In every identity and access management solution, users must be given initial credentials when they are created in the system as entities. The registration process includes gathering information about a user and creating a corresponding entity in the system. The identity proofing process ensures that the user presenting himself or herself for registration is who they claim to be. In this video, learn about the registration and identity proofing processes.
- [Instructor] In every identity…and access management solution,…users must be given initial credentials…when they are created in the system as entities.…The registration process includes gathering…information about a user and creating…a corresponding entity in the system.…The identity proofing process ensures…that the user presenting himself…or herself for registration is who they claim to be.…Let's take a look inside these processes.…Registration consists of four steps.…
First someone must make a request for the creation…of a new entity in the system.…For example, a hiring manager might initiate…a request to create an entity for a new employee…once that new employee accepts a job offer.…Second, someone must approve the request.…This person should be someone different…from the requester and approval authority should be…clearly defined in the organization's security policy.…In the example of hiring a new employee,…the request may require approval…by a department manager or if the requester is…the department manager, a higher level leader.…
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