Tag: Identity

Why the IoT Needs IAM, Part 1: Rise of the Botnets

Clango
In the Internet of Things (IoT), billions of connected objects quietly collect and transmit data and perform a wide range of functions, generally without human intervention. Imagine vending machines that tell you when they need to be replenished, vehicles that schedule their own maintenance, and “smart home” products that let you lock your doors, control your thermostat, and peek...

Why Does Identity and Access Management / Governance Matter?

IAM
The risks associated with insider-threat theft and data breaches are well known. At the very least we ought to be aware of who is currently able to access our information resources and operational controls. We need to understand the risks to the enterprise if information or access falls into the wrong hands, or is corrupted in some way. Whatever...

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

Kabir
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...

Using KPIs to Redefine IAM Success, Part 1

IAM
“The global identity and access management market is expected to swell to $24.55 billion by 2022, according to a new report from Grand View Research, Inc.” – Grandview Research, “Identity And Access Management Market Analysis By Deployment, By End-Use and Segment Forecasts To 2022″ ~ Organizations are prioritizing investments in identity and access management (IAM). In a recent survey...