Three recent incidents involving inappropriate use of patient information by insiders illustrate how difficult it is for healthcare organizations to deal with the insider threat. Security experts offer risk mitigation advice.
The massive shift to remote working as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic means more organizations are adopting the "zero trust" model, taking such steps as implementing proper access controls, monitoring user behavior and building data governance policies.
Companies add tool after tool to secure their data, systems, and users. But instead of increased security, they're left with misconfigured, repetitive, or siloed tools and little visibility and control over their environments. This leads to poor cyber hygiene and creates severe security vulnerabilities, especially as...
Modern enterprises are large and complex - and so are their IT environments. How does this complexity translate to securing access in hybrid environments? Frederico Hakamine of Okta breaks down the challenge and discusses solutions.
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"Passwordless authentication" is one of the hot cybersecurity topics, but who's actually implemented it - and how? Jeff Carpenter of HID Global discusses the business benefits and the future of passwordless authentication.
Carpenter, the director of identity and access management solutions at HID Global, starts with...
ARCHER, a British high-performance computing system for academic and theoretical research, has been offline since May 11, when a "security incident" forced the University of Edinburgh to take down the supercomputer. The security incident also affected supercomputers in other parts of Europe, university officials say.
The COVID-19 pandemic caught many global enterprises by surprise. But as they prepare to emerge from quarantine and reopen their doors, they are taking a thoughtful approach to bolstering cybersecurity for on-premise and remote workers alike. Pamela Kubiatowski of Zscaler shares insights.
Security experts and law enforcement officials have long argued that paying ransoms doesn't pay. For starters, it directly funds the cybercrime ecosystem and makes it attractive for criminals to keep launching ransomware attacks.
What does workforce authentication look like today? And as this remote workforce becomes the norm, how do you envision workforce authentication in five years? These are the questions posed by Jeff Carpenter of HID Global in an upcoming roundtable discussion.
Enterprises are approaching customer identity and access management from multiple angles, and maturity is growing. These are takeaways from a recent roundtable discussion of CIAM myths and realities. Keith Casey of Okta discusses this event and his vision of CIAM.
Over the past couple of decades we have seen the number of employees that work from home increase dramatically. Today, due to COVID-19 quarantine policies around the globe, many companies are faced with a new paradigm--employees must work from home for an undefined period of time.
At OneLogin, our primary focus is...
Web hosting giant GoDaddy confirms that a data breach has affected about 28,000 of its customers' web hosting accounts, according to a news report. The company has reset passwords and usernames for some customers as a precaution, although it says no data appears to have been altered.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, a private organization that helps self-regulate brokerage firms and exchange markets in the U.S., warns that a "widespread, ongoing" phishing campaign is targeting its members.
Over the course of three days, ISMG and SecureAuth teamed up for a series of virtual roundtable discussions on the future of identity security. Bil Harmer of SecureAuth reflects on these discussions and how they inform his view of the factors influencing both the present and future of identity.