Governance, Risk & Compliance​

Centralized Identity Consolidation

Identity Consolidation with Xiting Security Platform

Consolidate Local Users into Global Identities for Comprehensive Analysis

Identity consolidation (IC) is a pivotal aspect of modern identity and access management (IAM) strategies, aiming to streamline user management and enhance security across diverse systems and applications. At its core, identity consolidation involves merging local user identities scattered across multiple systems into global user identities.

This consolidation enables organizations to achieve a unified view of users’ identities and activities, regardless of the disparate user IDs assigned to the same individual in different systems.


What you need to know

Merging local users

Identity Consolidation combines local users into global users.

Comprehensive risk analysis

Enables a comprehensive risk analysis across all systems.

Cross-application provisioning

Allows cross-application provisioning of business roles.

Different user IDs

Works even if the user IDs for the same person are different in each system.


Centralization of Identities

Your Benefits

One of the primary benefits of identity consolidation lies in its ability to facilitate comprehensive risk analysis (e.g. cross-system SoD). By consolidating user identities, organizations gain a holistic understanding of user access rights and activities across all applications and platforms. This unified view enables more accurate risk assessment by identifying potential access anomalies or conflicts that may arise from inconsistent user identities across systems. With this insight, organizations can proactively mitigate risks and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

Efficient Business Role Management for Increased Security and Consistency

Furthermore, identity consolidation plays a crucial role in business role provisioning. With disparate user identities merged into global user profiles, organizations can streamline the process of assigning and managing user roles and permissions. Business roles can be defined at a global level, allowing for consistent role assignments across applications and systems. This not only simplifies user provisioning but also enhances security by ensuring that users have the appropriate access privileges aligned with their roles and responsibilities.

Automated Solutions for Compliance

It also simplifies access certification and user access review processes across multiple systems. With a unified view of user profiles, organizations can conduct comprehensive access reviews, ensuring that users have appropriate access privileges aligned with their roles and responsibilities. This streamlined approach enables organizations to efficiently identify and address access anomalies or compliance issues, mitigating risks associated with unauthorized access or segregation of duties conflicts.

Additionally, by automating access certification workflows and integrating with identity management solutions, organizations can enhance the accuracy and efficiency of their user access review processes, ultimately improving overall security posture.

Your Contact

Alessandro Banzer
Head of GRC

Use Cases

Our TOP Use Cases

Emergency Access Management (EAM)

Temporary access extensions in compliance with audit regulations

Cross-system Risk Analysis and SoD

Enhanced risk analysis and segregation of duties (SoD) across systems

Next-Level Ruleset Management

The Xiting Content Platform (XCP) provides a marketplace for rule sets

Identity Consolidation

Consolidate local users into global identities for comprehensive analysis

Our Solution

Essential Xiting Products

Xiting Security platform

This solution extends SAP Access Control to cloud and non-SAP applications and offers identity consolidation and cross-system risk analyses.

Xiting Content platform

This solution offers advanced rule management and a marketplace for rules, which simplifies rule management and ensures continuous compliance.


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