14th May 2014
Tim Buckley Owen
Ever-increasing regulatory and compliance requirements mean that the identity and access management (IAM) market continues to grow rapidly. But the millennial generation, used to controlling its own identity across multiple platforms through one social log-in, could be about to break the current top-down approach. Tim Buckley Owen charts the growing phenomenon of Bring Your Own Identity (BYOID), and notes that when employees do eventually take their identity from job to job in the same way as they take their mobile phone now, IT departments risk losing control of IAM and employers could even find themselves having to bid for access to employee identities.
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