Compensating Controls

Compensating Controls

A compensating control is a security measure or procedure implemented to counterbalance the deficiencies or weaknesses in an existing control or security system. 

It helps mitigate risks when primary controls cannot be effectively implemented or maintained. Compensating controls should provide equivalent or better security to meet compliance or risk management requirements.

The BAAR team will customize BAAR products to fill the gaps that your existing control framework has.

Areas where the BAAR team has helped client organizations by providing compensating controls are:


User attestation for legacy systems

Access reviews become a challenge for applications that do not integrate with your IGA platform. The BAAR team will create workflows that will generate user lists from these applications and send them to your IGA platform, so access reviews are standardized across all applications.


Access provisioning for legacy systems

Manual provisioning/de-provisioning of access needs to be done for applications that your IGA platform does not integrate with. The BAAR team will create workflows that will act as an extension of your existing IGA platform and allow your IGA platform to provision and deprovision users on these applications.


Access Policies

Access control policies that need any manual intervention are automated by the BAAR team. This ensures risk can be managed in a better manner. Some examples are: finding dormant users in Ad and in applications, Account disabling during stat leave and more.


Multi-Factor authentication for Legacy applications

Multi-factor authentication for legacy systems are a challenge. The BAAR team can create custom solutions to ensure there is MFA and adaptive MFA for your legacy systems.
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