Permission management is a major challenge for a range of organisations
Dealing with permission creep, where employees accumulate data permissions over time, can be easily overlooked by companies, writes Quinton O’Reilly
With the talk of protecting against external threats and other problems, something that tends to be overlooked within corporations: permissions.
On the surface, they can seem quite mundane. Initially, you give permissions and admin status to those within the company who need it, and maybe to many people so there aren’t problems with installing new tools or programmes.
Yet as people change roles, see their job requirements change or they move on to...
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