Unstructured data represents a significant risk for every organization. The files spread across file systems, SharePoint sites, and cloud applications continue to grow at a rapid pace, making it difficult to enforce proper security measures. For years, organizations have relied upon Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions to provision users and manage access to their data. These solutions have primarily focused on controlling access to applications, and have ignored unstructured data due to its complexity. As data breaches and attacks on unstructured data continue to rise, companies are realizing the criticality of controlling access to this data. Data Access Governance (DAG) offers a solution, but integrating DAG with an IAM program introduces an entirely new set of challenges that are commonly overlooked. When planning a DAG initiative, being aware of these challenges can help avoid problems along the way.