MODELING PROCESS FOR A SYSTEM OF IDENTITY MANAGEMENT AND ACCESS FOR THE REQUIREMENTS OF INFORMATION SECURITY

Mirley Bitencourt Ferreira, Kelly Alonso Costa, Lidia Angulo Meza, Eliane Da Silva Christo

Abstract


The scenario of globalization was a major stimulus to the search for new markets in recent years. Companies that go through processes of expansion, acquisition and mergers even need to incorporate into their body the information systems and new databases. One of the challenges is the formation of numerous identifications, causing inconveniences such as the lack of maintenance of identity, non-compliance of data and information security vulnerabilities. This paper aims to model the process flow for a system of identity management and access (IdM) of a company in the mining sector after acquisitions. The result is the creation of a unique identification of the user in all information systems and the standardization for access requests, using the BPM for process modeling. The study identified the main benefits generated aligned to the requirements of SOX. Keywords - BPM, IdM, information security, process.

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ISSN 2319-0507

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