All access is not created equal. To protect your crown jewels from an insider threat, it's critical to know your data and, more importantly, your users.
IT managers can justify security spending by emphasizing the value of provisioning and deprovisioning to improve the user experience and security policies.
To protect their organizations from an insider threat, IT managers should take steps to reduce exposure of data and enhance detection capabilities.
Technology is great, but security starts with people. The best way to prevent a data breach is to know the people in your organization.
IBM Security will showcase its identity governance and intelligence solution at the upcoming 2016 Gartner IAM Summit, and during two webinars in December.
The use of identity and access management is widespread, but the IT industry still lacks a consistent set of definitions for the fundamental IAM domains.
An effective identity governance and intelligence solution enables IT leaders to manage and monitor the levels of access granted to each individual user.
Security leaders can manage their organization's risk by identifying and remediating identity governance trouble before it leads to a data breach.
For two days in September, security professionals discuss the latest in identity verification and continuous authentication at the Opus Research Intelligent Authentication Conference in San Francisco. The topics at the 2016 conference will include:...
To learn more about identity governance and intelligence, we interviewed Andy Taylor, one of IBM's identity and access management specialists.