Passwords have become an insecure and cumbersome form of authentication. Learn about risk-based multifactor authentication, an approach to access management that uses context to determine risk.
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.
IBM Security's "Future of Identity Study" found that many consumers are moving beyond passwords and using features such as biometric authentication to secure their identities.
IBM was recognized as a Strong Performer in "The Forrester Wave: Risk Based Authentication, Q3 2017," earning the highest possible score in two categories.
Security professionals must leverage new, risk-based approaches to identity management to keep up with the rapidly expanding digital landscape.
A mature IAM program optimized to a business's objectives and the unique circumstances surrounding it can minimize the risk of data breaches.
Take some time to reflect on how airport security and initiatives from the TSA can influence risk-based security practices in the enterprise.
Identity and access management solutions that incorporate risk-based controls can help organizations avoid a potentially harmful data breach.
Risk-based access, which combines pre-existing knowledge of users and devices with the proper context, may be a viable security solution.
A strong, centralized, intelligent access management solution can help slam the front door on attackers before they creep into enterprise networks.