Jim Ducharme is Vice President of Identity Products at RSA. He is responsible for product strategy and leads the associated product management and engineering teams. He has nearly two decades of experience leading product organizations in the Identity marketspace, and has held executive leadership roles at Netegrity, CA and Aveksa.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Jim Ducharme and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
When you do everything possible to make access certifications easier, you’re not just doing business users a favor. You’re improving the security posture of the entire organization.
When users are as likely to be working on the go as at their desks, and applications are as likely to be in the cloud as on-premises, you need identity and access management everywhere.
What makes secure access truly secure today? Authentication that works seamlessly – everywhere, all the time.
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.
Apple’s latest facial recognition technology improves security and, at the same time, make access easier and more convenient for users.
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