Customer identity and access management for dummies

Why CIAM matters now (more than ever) and what to look for in a CIAM solution

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Most often than not, as a consumer, you will have been used to experiencing customer identity and access management with your own favourite apps and websites, whether that’s online banking on your smartphone, or online shopping through your social media. CIAM provides the digital identity layer for businesses to identify who you are, across multiple touchpoints, as well as the registration and sign-up process in order to keep your information secure.

In this dummies guide brought to you by OKTA, you’ll realise how CIAM can support your business to deliver secure, seamless digital experiences for your customers and what the key CIAM capabilities are.

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  • What the future looks like for CIAM
  • What to look for in a modern CIAM solution
  • Ten important things to consider in CIAM

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