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How to approach a Zero Trust security model for your enterprise

Implementing a Zero Trust model to protect your enterprise's critical systems could be worth the trouble.

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What is access control? 5 enforcement challenges security professionals need to know

Access controls authenticate and authorize individuals to access the information they are allowed to see and use.

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Dynamic authorization: a solution to navigating GDPR

With less than five months until the implementation of GDPR, organizations are scrambling to comply with the strict data security standards.

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Transforming secure access to take on today’s cyber threats

Last year, 81% of cyber attacks involved compromised passwords—up from 63% the previous year. How much worse can it get? Let’s not wait around to find out.

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What is Zero Trust? A model for more effective security

The technologies that support Zero Trust are moving into the mainstream. Here's why security experts say it might be the best way to stop data breaches.

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Privacy and metrics of testing and staging environments

Why data privacy should be respected throughout testing as well as production.

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Password managers grow up, target business users

Enterprise-class password managers fill key security gaps left by single sign-on (SSO) and cloud access solutions.

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How enterprise security transformed in 2017 and what comes next in 2018

Digital transformation and microservices made up the most impactful trends for the enterprise security industry in 2017, but what will have the biggest impact in 2018?

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3 options for securing BYOD data

The devices and security measures used throughout an organization play a significant role in enabling safe, efficient remote work. Unfortunately, it can be quite challenging to determine which devices should be granted access to...

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How the private sector can learn from government cybersecurity guidance

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has been the voice of consensus and reference material in identity management cybersecurity best practices by outlining the requirements and providing insightful reference...

Department of Defense contractors must implement IT security controls by December 31

Organizations doing business with the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) must demonstrate their ability meet higher levels IT security for their corporate network and systems by Dec. 31, 2017 or risk losing business.

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Redefining perimeter network security: The future is a hybrid

As information pushes further into the cloud, the role of perimeter security is changing. It will become part of a multifaceted solution for network security.

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Top secret government files stored without password protection on Amazon server

Classified U.S. Army and NSA files about an intelligence platform were left exposed on an Amazon S3 server by a contractor.

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Big picture security

Context and risk aware access control promises to make our industry more likeable.

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Google Advanced Protection Program protects high-risk users from hacks

Google Advanced Protection Program requires physical keys to access a Google account, protects against phishing, and blocks fraudulent.

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Authenticating your customers: the tripartite of consumer authentication

Things to consider when choosing which authentication options to offer in identity systems for wide demographics. How the mix of security, usability, and customer attitude affects that choice.

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How China got its hand on U.S. nuclear technology materials

Allen Ho infiltrated the U.S. nuclear power program over a period of 20 years and helped advance the Chinese nuclear program.

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Identity data in the world of GDPR

The GDPR says that “The processing of personal data should be designed to serve mankind.“ How CIAM identity systems can help serve some of the privacy requirements of GDPR.

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