Identity Manager helps reduce security risks by providing the following features:
Instant disabling of account access. Identity Manager lets you disable organizations or individual access rights with a single action.
Login session limitations. You can set limitations on concurrent login sessions.
Active risk analysis. Identity Manager scans constantly for security risks such as inactive accounts and suspicious password activity.
Comprehensive password management. Complete and flexible password management capabilities ensure complete access control.
Auditing and reporting to monitor access activities. You can run a full range of reports to deliver targeted information on access activities. (See Chapter 8, Reporting for more information about reporting features.)
Granular Administrative-privilege controls. You can grant and manage administrative control in Identity Manager by assigning a single Capability to a user or a range of administrative duties defined through Admin Roles.
Server key encryption. Identity Manager allows you to create and manage server encryption keys through the Tasks area.
In addition, system architecture seeks to reduce security risks wherever possible. For example, once logged out, you cannot access previously visited pages through your browser’s Back feature.