Identity Defined Security Framework

The Identity Defined Security Framework provides organizations practical guidance on implementing an identity-centric approach to security.  It is comprised of Best Practices,  Security Controls, and Use Cases, which can be used together or independently, providing recommendations for implementing people and process strategies, as well as integrating identity and security components to reduce the risk of a breach.   Download the IDSA Whitepaper to learn how to apply the framework in your organization.

Best Practices – recommendations for establishing a solid foundation and improving the effectiveness of the IDSA Security Controls as organizations begin the journey to an identity-centric implementation.

Security Controls – Identity-centric security patterns combining identity and security capabilities that help organizations leverage an identity context to improve security posture.

Use Cases – blueprints that combine IDSA Security Controls to implement identity-centric security for complex business initiatives and scenarios.

The first release of the IDSA Framework was collaboratively developed by leading vendors, solution providers and practitioners.  Share your thoughts on the IDSA Framework in our on-line community.