Alissa Knight from Aite Group talks about the evolution of identity access management (IAM) and the lack of multifactor authentication (MFA) adoption in the enterprise and in web applications.
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Though cybersecurity is not a one-size-fits-all proposition, it is also not accurate to say that smaller companies need smaller security.
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While the CCPA dominated recent headlines, a little-known bill called CA SB-327 was passed in hopes of preventing manufacturers from shipping devices with the same default password that many consumers will never change.
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The cloud has gained enormous adoption due to significant cost savings, ease of use, and scalability benefits. When it comes to security, however, using the cloud is comparable to leaving your house key under the doormat.
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Technology has become more complex. Mobile computing, cloud computing and IoT are adding millions of new devices and users to the internet each year, creating demand for new products, services and capability.
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Company Uniquely Combines Encryption and Strong Authentication to Make Breaches Irrelevant
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Having half of your employees in Cupertino, Calif., and the other half in Durham might be a nightmare for some companies, but for StrongKey’s CEO Jake Kiser it’s an opportunity.
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The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may signal a coming global standard for data protection. Why? Business.
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Just because mid-market businesses are smaller doesn’t mean they should act small when it comes to cybersecurity.
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Mid-sized businesses tend to put most of their security eggs in the network-based solutions basket. These solutions are focused on preventative measures, when zero-day attacks—by definition—take advantage of unknown vulnerabilities.
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