Centralized Identity Violations

Centralized Identity Violations in administration involve the centralized monitoring and management of identity-related policy violations within an organization’s IT infrastructure, ensuring swift detection, investigation, and remediation of security incidents.

Centralized Identity Violations

Centralized Identity Violations in the context of Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) refer to breaches or transgressions related to identity and access management that are detected and managed through a centralized system. These violations typically occur when there is a deviation from established policies, standards, or best practices in managing user identities and their access to an organization’s resources. Centralized management of these violations is crucial for maintaining security and compliance.

Policy Breaches

These violations occur when user actions or access rights contradict the organization’s established identity and access policies. This might include unauthorized access to sensitive data, excessive permissions beyond a user’s role requirements, or non-compliance with regulatory standards.

Segregation of Duties (SoD) Conflicts

A common type of violation in identity management is SoD conflict, where a single user has access rights that should be separated among multiple individuals to prevent fraud or errors.

Unauthorized Access Attempts

Any attempt by users to access systems or data for which they lack authorization is a significant violation. Centralized systems detect and log these attempts for further investigation.

Account Mismanagement

This includes scenarios like orphaned accounts (accounts belonging to former employees that are not adequately deactivated), shared accounts without proper oversight, and accounts with outdated or excessive privileges.

Real-time Detection and Response

Centralized systems enable the real-time detection of identity violations, facilitating prompt responses to mitigate potential risks.

Audit and Compliance

Centralized management of identity violations aids in compliance with regulatory requirements by providing a comprehensive view of all identity-related activities and ensuring that violations are adequately logged and addressed.


BAAR-IGA helps verify the identity of your customers and assess associated risks effectively. Here are the key capabilities:

Centralized Monitoring

BAAR-IGA gives administrators a comprehensive view of identity violations, facilitating proactive threat detection and incident response.

Advanced Analytics

BAAR-IGA helps administrators identify trends and patterns in identity violations, enhancing the organization’s ability to detect sophisticated threats.

Policy Violation Remediation

BAAR-IGA automates the remediation process, enabling administrators to address identity violations and mitigate security risks swiftly.

Role-Based Access

BAAR-IGA enhances security by restricting access to sensitive identity violation information, ensuring confidentiality and integrity.

Real-Time Alerts

BAAR-IGA ensures that administrators are promptly notified of potential security threats, allowing swift action to mitigate risks.

Correlation of Events

BAAR-IGA enables administrators to correlate events and identify the root cause of identity violations, streamlining incident investigation and response.

Integration with Security Tools

BAAR-IGA provides interoperability with existing security infrastructure, maximizing the effectiveness of identity violation management efforts.

Comprehensive Reporting

BAAR-IGA provides visibility into identity violation metrics, facilitating informed decision-making and demonstrating compliance with regulatory requirements.


Centralized identity violations provide organizations with enhanced visibility, proactive threat detection, and efficient incident response, resulting in improved security posture and reduced risk of data breaches.

Enhanced Security Posture

Centralized monitoring and management of identity violations are fundamental to an organization’s security. Organizations can quickly detect and respond to unauthorized access attempts, policy breaches, and other irregular activities by having a unified view of all identity-related activities. This immediate response is critical in preventing security breaches and safeguarding sensitive information.

Regulatory Compliance

Many industries are subject to stringent regulatory requirements regarding data access and privacy. Centralized management of identity violations helps ensure compliance with these regulations (such as GDPR, HIPAA, etc.) by providing clear documentation and audit trails of access control and policy enforcement. This helps in avoiding legal and financial repercussions that can arise from non-compliance.

Consistent Policy Enforcement

Centralizing the management of identity violations allows for consistent application and enforcement of access policies across the organization. This consistency is essential for maintaining standardized security practices and preventing gaps in the organization’s security posture.

Efficient Incident Response

With centralized systems, the response to identity violations can be more coordinated and efficient. Organizations can implement standardized procedures for addressing different types of breaches, enabling quicker resolution and reducing the potential impact of security incidents.

Proactive Risk Management

Centralized management allows organizations to identify and address potential security risks proactively. By analyzing patterns of violations, organizations can anticipate and mitigate future risks, strengthening their overall security strategy.

Improved Audit and Reporting Capabilities

Centralized systems facilitate better audit and reporting capabilities. They provide comprehensive data on identity violations, which is invaluable for internal audits, compliance checks, and when responding to external audits or security incidents.

How we are different

Multilayered Identity Verification

BAAR-IGA’s KYC feature goes beyond basic checks, implementing a multilayered verification strategy that includes document analysis, biometric verification, and behavioural analytics for unparalleled accuracy.

Adaptive Compliance Framework

Our platform dynamically adjusts to international and local regulatory changes, providing an agile KYC process that keeps businesses at the forefront of compliance without additional overhead.

Frictionless User Experience

By leveraging AI and machine learning, BAAR-IGA ensures a user-friendly KYC journey, minimizing the need for manual input while maintaining rigorous identity checks.

Integrated Risk Intelligence

BAAR-IGA’s KYC capability is enhanced with integrated risk intelligence that offers real-time alerts and actionable insights, allowing for proactive management of potential identity-related threats.

Case Study

Strengthening Security Posture Through Centralized Identity Violations Management


The customer, a mid-sized financial institution, faced challenges in managing access violations across multiple systems and tools, leading to compliance risks and security concerns. To address these challenges, The Bank deployed the BAAR-IGA (Identity Governance and Administration) framework, integrating it with various security tools. This case study elaborates on the implementation of BAAR-IGA to centralize access violation management at the identity level, pulling violations from all systems and providing comprehensive visibility for effective governance and compliance enforcement.


Fragmented Access Violation Management: The Bank struggled with disparate tools for access violation management, including BAAR-IGA, SIEM, DLP, MDM, and others, resulting in siloed data and inefficient remediation processes.
Compliance Concerns: Fragmented access violation management increased the risk of compliance violations with regulatory standards such as GDPR, PCI-DSS, and internal policies, necessitating a unified approach for monitoring and enforcement.
Security Risks: Inadequate access governance exposed The Bank to security threats such as unauthorized access, data breaches, and insider threats, emphasizing the need for centralized visibility and control.
Operational Complexity: Manual aggregation of access violation data from disparate systems imposed a significant operational burden on IT and security teams, leading to delays and inefficiencies in remediation efforts.
Lack of Identity-Centric View: The absence of a centralized identity-centric view of access violations made it challenging to assess the overall risk posture and enforce access policies effectively.


The Bank implemented the BAAR-IGA framework to streamline access violation management and enforcement of access policies comprehensively. The deployment strategy encompassed the following components:

Integration with Security Tools: Integrating BAAR-IGA with SIEM, DLP, MDM, and other security tools to pull access violation data from all systems and consolidate it into a centralized repository.
Identity-Centric Visibility: Leveraging BAAR-IGA’s identity-centric approach to aggregate access violation data for each identity, providing a unified view of access violations across systems and applications.
Automated Data Aggregation: Implementing automated workflows within BAAR-IGA to collect, correlate, and normalize access violation data from disparate sources, ensuring accuracy and consistency in reporting.
Real-Time Monitoring: Enabling real-time monitoring of access violations within BAAR-IGA, allowing for proactive detection and remediation of security incidents and policy violations.
Customizable Dashboards and Reports: Configuring customizable dashboards and reports within BAAR-IGA to visualize access violation trends, identify patterns, and prioritize remediation efforts effectively.
Policy-Based Remediation: Implementing policy-based remediation workflows within BAAR-IGA to automate the enforcement of access policies and remediation of violations based on predefined rules and thresholds.
User Training and Awareness: Providing training and awareness programs to educate employees on access governance policies, their roles and responsibilities, and the importance of compliance in safeguarding sensitive information.


Centralized Compliance Management: The integration of BAAR-IGA with other security tools enabled The Bank to centrally manage access violations, ensuring consistent enforcement of access policies and compliance with regulatory standards.
Improved Security Posture: BAAR-IGA’s identity-centric visibility and real-time monitoring capabilities strengthened The Bank’s security posture by enabling proactive detection and remediation of access violations, reducing the risk of unauthorized access and data breaches.
Operational Efficiency: Automation of access violation management processes streamlined remediation efforts, reduced manual intervention, and improved response times, enhancing IT and security team productivity.
Enhanced Reporting and Analytics: BAAR-IGA’s customizable dashboards and reports provided actionable insights into access violation trends, facilitating informed decision-making and continuous improvement of access governance practices.
Compliance Assurance: BAAR-IGA facilitated compliance with regulatory standards and internal policies by enforcing access controls, monitoring access violations, and demonstrating adherence through comprehensive reporting and audit trails.


By deploying the BAAR-IGA framework and integrating it with various security tools, The Bank successfully addressed its access violation challenges, achieving centralized visibility, automated remediation, and enhanced security posture. The integration of identity-centric access violation management within BAAR-IGA provided a unified view of access violations across systems, enabling proactive risk mitigation and policy enforcement. The Bank’s adoption of BAAR-IGA not only improved access governance practices but also positioned it for continued security and compliance excellence in the dynamic threat landscape.

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