Access Governance

Access Governance is a combined model of process and technology to manage and secure access to enterprise resources. It plays a key role in developing security infrastructure.

IT professionals with evolving roles recognize that managing and controlling the security environment can be more challenging. LTS Secure recognizes that Access Governance Suite capabilities will continue to leverage technologies to realize higher benefits versus the costs incurred. User demand will continue to drive the discipline to transform from a compliance-based program into a true business enabler (e.g., Access Recertification and Identity Management is a key component for rolling out B2C applications that will drive operational efficiencies and improve the user experience) while helping to reduce risks created by emerging technologies and threats.

As Identity and Access Management Governance continues to evolve, organizations will look for broader, enterprise-based solutions that are adaptable to new usage trends such as mobile and cloud computing.

Core Features


Seamless Access Experience Via LTS Secure SSO (Single Sign-On)

LTS Secure Single sign-on (SSO) is a centralized operation and user authentication service to develop a single set of login credentials to access multiple applications. Apps like Office 365, Zendesk, Google Apps, and thousands of other modern enterprise apps bring unprecedented ease of use and cost advantages. These apps also bring challenges because they are outside of the firewall and disconnected from on-prem directories. IT teams often struggle to provide secure access to these apps for their employees or customers.


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LTS Secure Authentication With Multi-Factor Authentication

LTS Secure Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) is a simple and best practice that adds an extra layer of security that allows companies to protect against data breaches and compromised credentials. Users provide extra information or factors when they access corporate applications, networks, and servers. LTS Secure Multi-factor Authentication is a combination of the following factors: • Username, password, PIN, or security questions • Smartphone, one-time passcode, or Smart Card • Biometrics, like your fingerprint, retina scans, or voice recognition


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Enforce Strong Credential Policies With LTS Secure Self Service Password Management

Self Service Password Management helps you enforce strong credential policies so you can reduce potential breaches as a result of poor password practices. With strong password management, users confirm their identity using a wealth of customizable verification techniques, including two-factor authentication.

LTS Secure Self-Service Password Management is a convenient, user-friendly, web-based password management solution that substantially reduces password-related help desk tickets.


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Manage User Identity And Their Role And Entitlements With LTS Secure Privilege Identity Management

LTS Secure Privileged Access Management enables IT organizations to reduce the risk of security breaches by minimizing vulnerable attacks. LTS Secure Privileged Access Management solutions help you consolidate identities, deliver cross-platform privilege access, and control shared accounts while securing remote access and auditing all privileged sessions.


Equip User Account With LTS Secure Provisioning and De-provisioning Feature

Provisioning means furnishing access for a new user account, and de-provisioning means revoking all access to the users. Also to synchronizing user attributes across multiple directories. LTS Secure Provisioning features enable you to manage user accounts automatically within an application.


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Improve Audit Process With LTS Secure Access Recertification

LTS Secure Access Recertification involves auditing user privileges and access details to determine whether they are following the correct internal policies and compliance regulations. With LTS Secure Access Recertification, you can determine how often users certify their requirements for an account or membership. The policy also defines the function that occurs if the user does not respond to the recertification request.