IT professionals have an understanding that it can be quite difficult at times to monitor security risks online. Hardware and software points of entry can be particularly vulnerable to cyber attacks both inside and outside the organization. Onelogin provides the necessary access software that secures organizational data effectively without compromising ease of use.

When migrating to a new system, especially in the cloud, there are some important considerations to weigh in the protection of sensitive data streams. The right combination of processes that take into consideration both the hardware and software can make a huge difference in data processes. Onelogin can help your organization remain stable through the migration period. It is during this time that many organizations have many issues with security leaks. This is primarily due to the often confusing issues with who should get access to what data stream. Another issue that often pops up during this transition period is the unauthorized download of risky applications.

The cloud does lend itself to making it easier for employees to download applications that potentially put the organization at risk. The traditional approach for eliminating this type of risk hasn’t worked because there is no centralized access management structure in place. In other words employees either have no concept of the risk involved or there is no set protocol for downloading applications.

Onelogin, as the name implies, provides a safe and secure access management system that is geared toward a centralized identity management system. The main feature of this access identity management system is that employees can be connected to the correct database with one click. There is no guesswork to set up employees with the databases they need to work. This centralized access management system reduces headaches because it allows employees and the IT department to stay on top of their data streams without compromising security.

This type of access system also allows employees more freedom to access data, add new applications and control who has access to their databases. This also alleviates the need for IT departments to patch security leaks after the damage has already been done.