Manage Access on Auto-Pilot
Do more with less by automating employee onboarding and offboarding workflows.
Operational efficiency is a key initiative for 2023. IT leaders have the mandate to automate manual work and do more with less.
“Employee onboarding and offboarding are time-sensitive tasks. It was key for us to automate to reduce manual work and human error.“
Take action like David and get a solution that helps you:
Auto-remove user access for both SSO and non-SSO apps.
Instantly find accounts of terminated employees and take action.
Deliver automated access to apps via employee self-service.
Notify IT admins and/or managers via email or Slack when there’s a new hire. Once notified, admins and/or managers can request the apps the new hire needs to get up to speed from day one.
Remove all access with offboarding workflows when an employee leaves. Configure advanced actions like transferring user data to managers or wiping all session tokens.
SSO & Non-SSO Coverage
Find accounts of terminated employees - especially from apps that are not SCIM-enabled - in your SSO provider. Reach out to app admins, request access removal, and log in your source of record to keep your auditor fully informed.
Less Birthright Access
To decrease birthright access, configure what roles are pre-approved for which access and for how long. For example, pre-approve access to collaboration apps like Lucidchart to reduce the number of assigned licenses.
Access Reviews for Movers
Reduce over-provisioning on the spot and let managers review their employees' access when they change roles. Accelerate the reviews with a frictionless UX, auto-remove access, and easily create audit reports.
Remove the need for role-based access and reduce unused access for role movers by granting temporary access for when it’s needed. Or, automatically reclaim unused licenses through Slack workflows.
“It’s extremely difficult to deprovision a user’s entire digital footprint. With Lumos, we can offboard employees with the push of a button—and be confident that it’s done right every time.”