Identity & Access Management (IAM) Feature

2022/11/21 04:32

Managing identity and resource access securely is a crucial challenge for all businesses transitioning to cloud infrastructure.

Currently, cyber attacks are becoming more sophisticated and challenging than ever before. However, it is a misconception to think that most attacks originate from external sources, creating unnecessary risks. The reality has shown:

  • 34% of cyber attacks originate from internal sources
  • 80% of security breaches involve compromised privileged credentials
  • The annual growth rate of security risks and vulnerabilities causing information insecurity is 300%.

In this context, the most important task is to determine, authenticate, and authorize only the appropriate individuals to access the enterprise's IT systems.

So, what is the solution?
VNG Cloud has recently introduced the IAM (Identity and Access Management) feature - a solution for managing identity and access across all resources and services on vServer. It allows the creation of rules to manage resources based on users, enterprises, roles, and different locations.

1. Enables the initiation of access rights to resources
2. Facilitates managing multiple accounts simultaneously and simplifies identity integration
3. Allows defining permissions for specific resources.

What are the benefits of IAM?


- Ensure accurate authorization, granting access to the right person at the right time.
- Fine-grained control over each API on every server within the system.
Each account is a separate user, authenticated with multiple security information according to different layers.With SSO, users only need to authenticate once. After that, they will be granted access to all systems without the need to individually log in to each system, simplifying access management for administrators.

IAM is a completely free feature. Customers just switch to "New vServer experience" to try it.


Or after logging into the VNG Cloud portal, click on the link below to experience IAM in both English and Vietnamese versions.