With latest OIA, user productivity will be increased by upto 80%, says the company
Oracle has introduced the latest version of Oracle Identity Analytics (OIA) to deliver advanced identity analytics for business managers need to mee complex time consuming compliance requirements.
Oracle Identity Analytics is a component of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g and the Oracle Identity Management 11g product family.
With the latest version of OIA, Oracle Identity Analytics simplifies access review certification with business-centric views and actionable dashboards to reduce errors in the certification process and increase user productivity by up to 80%.
OIA provides aggregated risk metric and also allows approvers to focus their attention on critical applications and associated audit risks.
With OIA’s improved performance, customers can scale compliance initiatives without compromising speed or integrity.
Oracle Identity Analytics is integrated with Oracle Identity Manager 11g to make Oracle Identity Analytics the access governance offering that provides an accurate closed-loop remediation solution including controls for preventive segregation of duties.
Oracle Identity Analytics include re-designed access certification views powered by rich identity risk analytics and context with which customers can achieve compliance.
Oracle Identity Analytics also include: advanced sorting, filtering and search capabilities on tabular views with toggle screens for improved user experience and faster signoff; visual risk indicators to provide a clear High/Medium/Low score associated to user roles, resources, entitlements allowing managers to quickly prioritise and recognise high-risk user access.
In addition, OIA contain 3times faster certification campaign generation tools for improved user productivity, faster data import engine to import data up to 3 timesfaster and risk aggregation from Oracle Identity Manager provides in-depth understanding of how user access was provisioned, enabling reviewers with relevant risk-based context to make educated decisions.
Oracle Identity Management vice-president Marc Boroditsky said enterprises increasingly need to achieve organization-wide compliance, but the end-goal often requires an unrealistic amount of time and resources.
"Oracle Identity Analytics offers both the appropriate scalability as well as the comprehensive and intuitive functions necessary to streamline how users, roles and entitlements are managed within an enterprise. With seamless integration into Oracle’s existing identity management portfolio, these advanced capabilities simplify enterprise compliance and help ensure the security of critical company data and information," said Boroditsky.