The time for Machine Identity Management is NOW. Hear from 1,000 security and public key infrastructure (PKI) professionals on how automation and SaaS redefine Next-Gen Machine Identity Management.
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Learn how the latest advances in privileged user monitoring can close windows of opportunity for attackers and keep business-critical data safe from credential theft, lateral attack movement, ransomware, and other threats.
A plastic card? A digital card? Or both?
The digital transformation has progressed rapidly during the pandemic, especially when it comes to issuing cards. For example, enterprise employees need an ID that will provide secure, seamless access into the office as well as online when working from home.
Zero Trust is not simply a different type of security technology or architecture; it is a methodology that provides a more comprehensive, dynamic and integrated approach to security. Cloud computing and software defined approaches along with maturity and interoperability across the technology ecosystem means Zero...
Virtually every organization and industry today is at risk of being targeted by a ransomware attack, and those attacks are more devastating than ever. 2021 has already proven this new reality with major events affecting Colonial Pipeline, DC Police, Kia Motors, Acer and Kaseya - just to name a few.
You can't decrease the motivation of ransomware attackers. But you can curb their success by bolstering your own enterprise's approach to access, credentials and privileges. Morey Haber and James Maude of BeyondTrust share insights on ransomware defense.
Cyber criminals are opportunistic and merciless, targeting security vulnerabilities such as weak passwords or unnecessary administrator rights. The National Cyber Security Centre recently found that 23.2 million victim accounts worldwide used 123456 as the password, and many companies still provide full admin rights...
The Department of Defense did not effectively control access to the health information of high-profile personnel, says a new watchdog agency report, which hints that the findings also may indicate ineffective access control over other DoD employees' health records.
Many healthcare organizations that are up for renewals of cyber insurance policies are seeing big increases in premiums and a long list of new security requirements from their carriers, says Mac McMillan, who recently returned as CEO of the consultancy CynergisTek.
With more than 61% of breaches attributed to stolen passwords, a password manager can go a long way in helping enterprises enhance security, say Chandan Pani, CISO at Mindtree, and Lloyd Evans, identity lead, JAPAC, at LogMeIn.
As chief security scientist and advisory CISO to security vendor Thycotic, Joseph Carson is well aware of risks employees will take to get their jobs done. He's just authored a new ethical hacker's guide to help enterprises plug their holes - before their adversaries breach them.
Before the COVID pandemic forced most employees to work remotely, workforce identity security was already a big deal. Many industry analysts have long acknowledged that “identity is the new perimeter” alluding to the fact that business digitization, the transition of apps and infrastructure to the cloud, and the...
A compromised identity and its associated shared accounts are the single most
effective attack vector for a threat actor to compromise an entire multicloud
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Restricting the privileges any user, application,...