Unauthorized access to credentials is the number one threat vector
Escalating Cyber breaches with another access-based attack
The new bi-directional collaboration will address privilege abuse risks concealed beyond common authentication and authorization tools
Gartner expects that by 2026, 70 percent of organizations successfully applying observability will achieve shorter latency for decision-making, enabling competitive advantage for target business or IT processes.
While privilege access is not a new cyber challenge, the rapid adoption of the cloud and the resulting infrastructure sprawlhas led this to become the #1 threat vector faced by Enterprises today. With this rapid evolution in the way organizationsconduct business and the expansion of user access across different environments, this sprawl makes controlling who isgranted access to which resources increasingly challenging. Security teams are faced with a whole new set of identitymanagement challenges including maintaining an active set of user privileges, gating malicious behavior, formation ofghost accounts, and most importantly, the clean onboarding and decommissioning of users. This is likely to beexacerbated in the coming months as more organizations retrench their workforce in line with the emerging marketdownturn.
Gartner recently published their cybersecurity trends for 2022. In this series, we will take a deep look into these seven, how they affect the enterprise and what can be done about it.
In today's interconnected world and complex digital supply chains, security is a top priority for organizations of all sizes.
Now that we have mostly recovered from the hectic and engaging experience at RSA 2023, it’s time to take a closer look at the takeaways. We had so many people stop by our booth and many interesting conversations with business leaders worldwide and from many industries..