COMPREHENSIVE, PROACTIVE SOLUTIONS
Effective risk management at the operational level is essential to protecting the security and integrity of the critical data of any enterprise. As a trusted partner, LTI can help provide peace of mind by providing wing-to-wing ownership of Access and Identity Management for your business. The LTI team is known for taking ownership of all aspects of the services we provide. This has helped earn us a reputation for both superior SLA performance and for going above and beyond contractual obligations.
AN ESTABLISHED, EXPERIENCED TEAM
LTI has extensive experience with Access and Indentity Management, having provided services for large global networks with over 40 Active Directory domains and over 100,000 accounts. LTI has the proven ability to scale up or down as needed to meet individual client needs, ensuring the safekeeping of critical data at any level. We use cross-trained staff to leverage resources across various technologies and platforms in order to better manage cost while effectively addressing peak periods of activity within SLA.
The LTI team provides support, management and reporting for all aspects of access control including:
- Creation and deletion of user accounts
- Granting & restricting user access authorization to groups, domains or applications
- Defining user classes and access rights
- Providing access to print, file directory and e-mail services
- Home directory maintenance
- Export control
- Password administration
Moreover, LTI’s current service offering covers:
- Network access
- Active Directory
- UNIX accounts including root access management
- Windows server access
- Shared folders (Windows, UNIX, NAS)
- Mainframe and legacy system access
- Sarbanes Oxley auditing and compliance
Ongoing. Thorough. Reliable.
LTI’s 7X24 service management model ensures that these services are available when you need them. In addition to day-to-day operations, LTI’s focus on quality process improvements also ensures process automation wherever possible in order to eliminate inefficiencies, lower cost and reduce the potential for human error.