CHATSWORTH, Calif., July 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Identity Management Institute Launched Study Guide and Exam for the Certified Identity Management Professional (CIMP)® certification of technical experts in identity and access management.
The Certified Identity Management Professional (CIMP) ® The program is developed by the Identity Management Institute (IMI) for information technology, cybersecurity, and technical identity management professionals who design, develop, implement and manage identity management systems and solutions. and access (IAM). As the number of users, cloud services, IoT devices, digital wallets, security threats, and product solutions increases, so does the demand for identity management technical experts to meet user demands. and businesses in identity and access management, reduce the risk of unauthorized access and comply with regulations.
Who should consider CIMP certification?
Certified Identity Management Professional (CIMP) ® members are technical experts in gathering identity and access management requirements based on business needs, compliance requirements, emerging threats and assessment results. risks. CIMP is designed for technical experts who, through the collaboration of teams, design, develop and implement IAM systems with a solid architecture and standard protocols to facilitate the authentication, authorization and accounting of digital identities in their organizations.
Why pursue a CIMP certification?
Identity management is a collection of technologies, processes and people. In order to address the various risks and challenges of technical identity management, organizations are increasingly considering technological solutions to improve and automate identity and access management as much as possible.
Request for IAM technical experts
Below are some of the key factors that are contributing to the growing demand for CIMP (Certified Identity Management Professional) experts:
First, as organizations increasingly face sophisticated IAM threats, a detailed understanding of threat modeling and analysis is required to counter evolving threats with technical solutions. Becoming a Certified Identity Management Professional (CIMP) requires knowledge of common Identity and Access Management (IAM) risks and the ability to provide technical identity and access management solutions.
Second, when CIMP experts deploy systems and solutions to counter IAM threats, they should be aware of various international standards to ensure optimal IAM architecture and software security by leveraging the Secure Software Development Framework (SSDF) and best practices in SDLC, product and project implementation. management.
Third, as the number of IoT devices grows and businesses embrace cloud computing, SaaS applications, and blockchain for decentralized data processing and storage, CIMP experts must ensure APIs and access controls. suitable with advanced systems such as multi-factor and biometric authentication, machine learning. , and artificial intelligence systems.
Finally, managing the access of dispersed and diverse users such as employees, customers and business partners to systems, whether hosted internally or externally, is another challenge, as users need to fast access while businesses and regulators need to be assured that systems remain secure and that users are properly identified and authorized. with adequate KYC and client identification programs. Responding to rapid access needs, the KYC for integration, system security, and regulatory compliance present technical challenges that CIMP experts face.
Visit the CIMP page to learn more, take a short quiz and apply for certification. https://identitymanagementinstitute.org/cimp/
About the Identity Management Institute
The Identity Management Institute® (IMI) is the first and largest global certification body dedicated to identity governance, risk management and compliance.
Since 2007, IMI certifications have helped members advance their careers and gain the trust of the business communities they serve with their identity and access management skills.
SOURCE Identity Management Institute