While many organizations do assess the risk of non-employees at the organizational level, they usually know very little about the individuals or IT services users who will be granted assess. This can be attributed to shortcomings that most organizations have in their onboarding, auditing, and offboarding processes for non-employees. These processes are usually highly manual, time-consuming, and rushed to accelerate the time to utilization. Native processes, or trying to customize HR, IAM, or IGA systems for this purpose processes rarely produce good data on the actual users, what they can access, for how long, or the risk this
poses to the organization. This which leads IT departments to frequently “assume” access needs based on previous user profiles and non-employees may even continue to have access even when their assignment is complete.
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