Why Most Companies Don’t Have Control Over Password Security

Why Most Companies Don’t Have Control Over Password Security

Many people have developed a psychological picture of what a cyber-attack consists of. There’s a tendency to assume a complex, thrilling attack is executed by highly-technical individuals who have penetrated a network to access ironclad sensitive data. The reality, however, is much different.

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7 Commonly Neglected Security Tasks: DMARC, DNS calls, and More

7 Commonly Neglected Security Tasks: DMARC, DNS calls, and More

In this age of digital transformation, IT staff are under incredible pressure to keep up with the breakneck speed of new technology adoption, implementation, and management while trying to maintain usability, productivity, and efficiency. With this reality, something has got to give, and oftentimes what falls off the radar are security tasks.

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Why Identity Governance Should Guide Access Management Decisions

Why Identity Governance Should Guide Access Management Decisions

Highly public and embarrassing data breaches have made access control and security top of mind for CIOs and consumers alike. This security-conscious mindset has put identity governance in the spotlight. This emerging approach enables business managers to treat access control as a security check to better protect ...

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