Archive for: January 2017

Why IAM Is Often Put on the Back Burner and Why It Shouldn’t Be

So, you’ve just been breached. Now what? Many questions come to mind. Is the breach contained? Who was behind it? Were they internal or external? How did they get in? What did they get? Depending on your organization’s level of sophistication in response to such incidents, a number of processes, controls, and workflows will be initiated and checked. Some...

Who Has Access to What, Why, and Who Approved It?

Identity management (IdM) is an essential discipline in today’s increasingly complex information and operational technology environments. Organizations must efficiently provide secure and compliant access to large numbers of users across more systems and applications than ever – and at the same time be able to state accurately who has access to which systems and who granted that access. Additionally,...

Are You Really Protecting Your Endpoints?

Terence Jackson
According to Gartner, “Endpoint hardening, including vulnerability, patch, privilege and policy management and application control, is currently the most effective form of malware defense; however, most organizations are unwilling or unable to invest in the upfront effort required to reduce the attack surface.” The 2015 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report stated that “95 percent of successful cyberattacks start with...