Businesses Need To Adopt A Zero-Trust Approach To Stay Secure While Working Remotely

*Disclaimer: This article originally appeared on Forbes.

With COVID-19 forcing organizations of all sizes to shift employees to remote work, some may be concerned their company’s cybersecurity measures are inadequate. Though COVID-19 is the most drastic recent example of necessitating working from home, it certainly won’t be the last.

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Breaking Down the Identity and Access Management Capability Maturity Model, Part Two

Maturity models can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of current capabilities and set a prioritization level when an organization is ready to advance its capabilities. When applying a maturity model to Identity and Access Management (IAM), however, it’s important to examine the key tenets of an overall IAM strategy.

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Breaking Down the Identity and Access Management Capability Maturity Model, Part One

Recently, we discussed the four key areas of comprehensive identity and access management (IAM) as well as the common misconception that IAM is a technology that’s confined to select areas. As we transition away from this perception to one of a robust and mature IAM system with a wide array of tenets, it’s critical to determine an action plan to improve your organization’s IAM capabilities.

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A Zero-Trust Approach to COVID-19: Stay Secure While Working Remotely

Conferences, music festivals, sporting events, parades— every event imaginable from coast to coast is either already cancelled, postponed, or has attendees at the edge of their seats waiting for the latest update. Hospitals and healthcare systems are sending thousands of non-essential employees home to work remotely. Universities and K-12 school districts are also shutting down all over the world, affecting 300 million students globally

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How IAM Makes or Breaks Customer Experience During an M&A

There’s no question that merger and acquisition (M&A) transitions are incredibly complex, making successful integration a major component in realizing their full value. From a technology standpoint, this means implementing solutions, such as modern Identity and Access Management (IAM), that make integration as simple as possible.

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Assessing Your Identity Governance & Administration Solution, Part Two

Time and time again, we see data breaches frequenting the headlines, and it isn’t slowing down anytime soon. In fact, 2019 alone saw two of the top five largest data breaches recorded in all time.

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Our Top Enterprise Blogs of 2019

This year has flown by, and we are excited to see what 2020 will bring! Before we look ahead, we’d like to take a look back at 2019. So, we’ve compiled a list of our top five Identity and Access Management (IAM) blog articles from 2019 just for you. 

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Assessing Your Identity Governance & Administration Solution, Part One

Public and highly regulated organizations require audits to ensure business is conducted in an appropriate manner. The audit process provides verification that everyone in the organization has the access they need and only what they need.

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Navigating Identity Lifecycle Management with the IAM Capability Maturity Model, Part Two

Recently, we discussed the Identity Lifecycle Management (ILM) Maturity Model, including how ILM fits into a modern identity and access management (IAM) system and benefits organizations as a whole. ILM centers around the creation of identities, taking appropriate actions for any changes, and the removal of identities across all the services and applications end users access within an organization's ecosystem.

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Capital One Data Breach Recap: Keep Your Organization Ahead of the Curve With IAM

March 23, 2019 seemed like any other Monday at Capital One headquarters. Little did employees and customers know that, over the weekend, a hacker had successfully breached Capital One’s security defenses. 

As a result, more than 140,000 Social Security Numbers, 1 million Canadian Social Insurance numbers, and over 80,000 pieces of banking and credit information were stolen, along with an undisclosed number of names, addresses, credit scores, and more. 

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