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 leaders should make a security resolution to improve basic hygiene, back up data regularly and share threat information to fight cybercrime in 2017.
Organizations seeking to prevent insider threats should establish red, blue and black teams to produce threat models for multiplayer games.
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.
An integrated security immune system can help IT teams cope with the evolving threat landscape that is outpacing traditional solutions.
IT professionals are adopting privileged identity management solutions to monitor third-party access without sacrificing speed or ease of use.
An Inside-Out Approach to Data Security: Linking Behavioral and Security Analytics to Protect Your Sensitive Data
In today’s IT security environment, the inside out approach to data security is the only solution that links data movement with user behaviors for complete data protection. According to the Ponemon Institute, 78% of employees pose critical...
An effective identity governance and intelligence solution enables IT leaders to manage and monitor the levels of access granted to each individual user.
When it comes to securing industrial IT environments, the implications of game theory vary depending on whether the parties cooperate, collude or defect.