When it comes to digital identity trust, many organizations still struggle to strike the right balance between security and the customer experience.
Since the majority of data breaches involve privileged accounts, it's critical to keep those accounts as secure as possible.
Identity and access management (IAM) solutions can deliver real business value — and managed IAM solutions can help make sure they continue delivering that value well into the future.
Security Threat Group Spoofs Login Screens to Gain Unauthorized Access at 76 Universities in 14 Countries
A security threat group called COBALT DICKENS used more than 16 domains and 300 websites to create bogus login screens for 76 different universities in an attack that spanned 14 countries.
On Sept. 6, director Kelly Richmond Pope will discuss a case in which a small town official stole $53 million in public funds over two decades to illustrate the importance of managing insider threats.
West Virginia launched a pilot program to enable members of the military to cast ballots for November's U.S. elections on their mobile devices, but some experts are concerned about voting security.
How can companies gain the visibility they need to monitor their most sensitive accounts and databases when an administrator leaves? A privileged account management solution is a great place to start.
Network and endpoint access procedures have progressed to the point that now identity is the new perimeter of cybersecurity. Improving methods of multifactor authentication is crucial to building trust.
Organizations looking to invest in enterprise blockchains to unify and secure transactions and data records should do their homework before trusting a vendor with their most sensitive information.
As enterprises adopt GDPR requirements of privacy by design and default, there's an opportunity to win customer trust and build meaningful relationships through customer education around data privacy.