As identity related attacks have increased in recent years, organizations are continuously evaluating how to optimize the security policies in their environment.
In this whitepaper, we cover Okta ThreatInsight, a baseline security feature of the Okta Identity Cloud which helps organizations secure their organization...
The past year has been a milestone one for RSA and for RSA Conference alike. In this exclusive interview, RSA Group CEO Rohit Ghai discusses the changes, the state of secure identity and the role XDR will play in shaping cybersecurity's future.
Remote work isn’t a trend, but a new way for businesses to operate. There’s no longer a defined parameter to operate. Instead, IT teams are coping with multiple devices, networks, locations and ways of enabling employees to access professional applications. Cybercriminals are capitalising on this opportunity.
Loving your pet and creating tough-to-crack passwords should remain two distinctly separate activities. Unfortunately, Britain's National Cyber Security Center reports that more than 1 in 6 Brits admit to using the name of a pet as their password. And the problem is global.
We’ve gone from a remote workforce to “work from anywhere.” How does this create new security challenges regarding the broad and unrestricted accessing of cloud apps? Sasi Murthy of Netskope discusses the path to zero trust data protection.
2020 was a culmination of market shifts that has become a catalyst for the adoption of Identity Governance and Administration (IGA)—from work from home to the implementation of a zero-trust strategy.
In a new survey from Omada and Enterprise Strategy Group, 93% of your peers agree that the COVID-19 outbreak has...
Identity and access management (IAM) securely connects employees to the business resources required to be productive. With the sudden shift to remote work, were businesses prepared to empower their employees to securely work from anywhere?
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The average employee actively uses 36 cloud services at work. They want technology to be fast, convenient, and easy to use, and they’ll seek it out themselves if it isn’t already available. 77% of employees use a 3rd-party cloud app without the approval or knowledge of IT.
When it comes to SMBs, how might they...
Broken object level authorization, or BOLA, vulnerabilities are among the most common and worrisome weaknesses contained in dozens of mobile health applications used by patients and clinicians, posing security and privacy risks to health information, says cybersecurity researcher Alissa Knight.
This edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the impact of a hacking campaign linked to Russia’s Sandworm that targeted companies using Centreon IT monitoring software. Also featured: a discussion of CIAM trends; a critique of Bloomberg's update on alleged Supermicro supply chain hack.