It’s no secret—hackers are after your passwords. Year after year, credential theft continues to be a top attack vector, yet organizations struggle to secure their credentials. Internal and external users risk being compromised when their passwords are shared, improperly stored, or used across multiple accounts and...
Over half of organizations have made changes to their cybersecurity structure over the last two years in response to this shift in business environments, but it’s barely moved the needle. The number of cyberattacks has increased, specifically through third-party vendor access, and businesses are failing to take...
The healthcare sector has long faced unique challenges involving identity and access management, but the novel coronavirus pandemic and various other key drivers are accentuating those issues, says Rebecca Archambault, senior director analyst at Gartner.
Passwords are supported everywhere. But, says Andrew Shikiar, executive director of the FIDO Alliance, "they have been proven time and time again to simply be unfit for today's networked economy." In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Shikiar discusses how to move beyond passwords.
Password manager stalwart LastPass acknowledged Thursday that a threat actor gained unauthorized access to its source code and proprietary technical information. The attacker does not appear to have gained access to customer data or encrypted password vaults.
Thales plans to enter the customer identity and access management market through its purchase of an emerging European CIAM player. The French firm plans to capitalize on OneWelcome's strong product by extending its footprint beyond Europe and into North America and Asia-Pacific.
Access points are a major cybersecurity risk for an organization. From third-party attacks to ransomware to the theft of private information, hackers are finding new ways to infiltrate organizations, and traditional methods of stopping them are failing.
Learn how and why your access points are at risk and what...
The Biden executive order on cybersecurity was a catalyst for action, with tight delivery times for steps including promotion of SBOMs and zero trust. The cyber-physical nexus and expanding threat surface mean it's not easy to maintain vigilance, but recognizing that is the first step.
Tired of keeping track of passwords? Recent announcements by major platform vendors Google, Apple and Microsoft could have passwords down for the count in the next six years, says Andrew Shikiar, executive director of the FIDO Alliance, which has been on a 10-year mission to eliminate passwords.
The need for more modern identity and access management capabilities such as biometric and passwordless authentication has been amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic and the shift to remote work, according to Forrester researchers Paul McKay and Merritt Maxim.
Businesses have embraced zero trust architectures in an effort to increase their protection while reducing cost and complexity for the organization, according to iboss CEO Paul Martini. Martini says companies are turning to zero trust to more effectively protect their users, applications and data.
With the ongoing pandemic driving digital transformation and hybrid work, it's no surprise that the theme of this year's RSA Conference was "transform." Carrying forward that theme, RSA CEO Rohit Ghai says that channeling "disruptive forces at play" can be a powerful tool for driving needed changes.
Companies need better visibility into their ever-changing distributed environments "like never before," says Mike Kiser, director of strategy and standards at SailPoint. He discusses cloud governance, digital transformation and identities, and the importance of transparency in automation.
For CISOs, it's critical to not implement security without first carefully considering the user's experience, says Bernardo Vasquez, advisory CISO in the strategic client practice of Palo Alto Networks. He explains why and discusses other topics, including ZTNA 2.0.