ITC’s Identity Maturity Assessment gives you a clear understanding of your current identity posture with prioritised recommendations for the next steps following industry and Microsoft best practice.
Identity management is becoming increasingly critical for optimising and protecting users, systems, data and intellectual property. It’s about delivering the right information to the right people at the right time, to minimise the risk of attacks and mitigate their impact.
As organisations look to invest in the future, with migration to Microsoft Azure, mergers, technology refresh or simply seeking to operate Microsoft environments and services in a more secure and efficient manner, it isn’t always clear where to begin and it is all too easy to miss capabilities in the Microsoft Azure product set.
ITC Secure cuts through this complexity by undertaking a systematic review of Identity inside your organisation, using a scoring system derived from Microsoft best practices to produce a clear and objective picture of where your Identity stands, backed up with a prioritised set of recommendations for next steps along with the expected benefits for your organisation and highlighting those Azure products and features that are already paid for, or could be upgraded, to where appropriate.
Held over 3-4 days, ITC’s Identity Maturity Assessment consists of a series of workshops where interviews and questionnaires are carried out with key stakeholders within your organisation. Your business strategy and plans for identity, security, governance, and risk mitigation, using the Microsoft’s leading Security and Identity solutions, are also explored and taken into account.
The output from these workshops are documented into a report that will give you a view of your organisation’s current identity maturity against industry and Microsoft best practice and comparable organisations. The report includes a prioritised set of actions (including Azure and Microsoft 365 architecture and deployment) and the benefits to your organisation – including ‘quick wins’ – which can be easily communicated to the board.