OneLogin is a cloud identity and an access management solutions company. It assists in enabling enterprises to secure company’s apps for their users in whatever devices they are using. The technological company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California in the United States of America. OneLogin has numerous pre-integrated applications that allow IT departments to tie directory infrastructures owned by their companies with their business applications.
OneLogin currently serves millions of users in at least 2000 organizations and operates in more than 44 countries. The company assists in solidifying security at affordable prices. OneLogin recently advised organizations on how to keep things they hold dear safe from ex-employees.
Organizations should put up measures that do not allow an ex-employee to have access to things that the company values. This is because a former employee can inflict enormous damages to the company if he or she still have access. For instance, a former employee of OFCOM downloaded valuable information that was worth six years and shared it with his new employer.
OneLogin Incorporation stresses that the departments of Human Resource and Information technology should collaborate and take accountability. The two departments must work together to block an employee from having access to a company’s valuable information as soon as the employee leaves the job. Automated processes can be applied to prevent the access to important data after the termination of an employee’s contract. OneLogin realized that of all the businesses in the United Kingdom, only have used the automated de-provisioning technology.
Companies should stick to the plan of de-provisioning formers employees to keep their valuables safe. The companies should, therefore, use the right advanced tools to do so. Such tools include automated syncing tools such as the Workday, UltiPro to sync human resource information which provides employees’ true status and Active Directory and LDAP which are IT directories for controlling access to applications. IT administrators should also be equipped with checklist automatic generation tools for removing and denying ex-employees from accessing all apps. All access activities should be sent to SIEMS to scrutinize and ensure that former employees do not have access to applications.