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Our security practices of have grown up and around the combination of procedures/technologies tools that we use to implement it. We are very proud of our defense in depth security approaches. We revel in their coverage and speak of their architectures. The only problem is they don't work. If they did, we wouldn't be on the defensive worried about where our systems/networks/data have been compromised most recently.
Identity and access
For instance, one of our most common process/technology buckets involves vetting someone is who they claim to be (have you ever heard of a user id and a password?) and then making programmatic decisions about what that account/person/software process acting on behalf of that account/person can do/access/etc.
Better known by its moniker IAM - identity and access management - we use combinations of procedures and technologies to identify people, data, network systems and components, software services, systems and assets, and crytographically sealed data among other purposes.