Identity


What Is Face Verification and How Does It Optimize Passwordless MFA?

How do you secure identity and transactions—especially business, financial, government transactions—in a world that is becoming more and more digital and hyperconnected? It’s time to move on from old and increasingly vulnerable authentication methods, like ID cards and the username-and-password combo, to newer methods that pose a tougher challenge for cybercriminals to get past.   Today’s […]


BUSTING MYTHS: THE TRUTH ABOUT BIOMETRICS

FOR IDENTITY & ACCESS MANAGEMENT With cybercrime in today’s headlines almost daily, companies are looking to modernize security protocols. Biometrics are being widely adopted for greater security and for improved user experience. Yet some are still hesitant to make the shift. Here are a few myths about biometrics that need busting: 1. Biometric images can […]


A Paradigm Shift in IAM – The Move to Zero Trust Access

A person's identity is the first pillar in a Zero Trust framework. Achieving True Zero Trust Access requires having MFA inherent upon account creation.


Not Safe in the Cyber Streets

Seemingly every day, companies of all sizes unknowingly expose valuable information to cybercriminals around the world. No matter the industry, cyber terrorists will seek to gain control of data in exchange for large sums of money through ransomware attacks. These cybercriminals spare no mercy. Electronic Arts’ critical code exposed One recent victim of a data […]


Are You Letting Your Browser Store Company Passwords?

You may be thinking that storing your login credentials on your computer beats the Post-it. Since experts frown upon password reuse, you’re doing the right thing, right? Here’s why you should stop: Saved passwords invite unauthorized access. Anyone who gains access to your computer will then have access to all your information, simply by accessing […]


Why Password Reuse Makes the Case for Going Passwordless  

Businesses and individuals alike are far from doomed to live with all the inconvenience and risks posed by passwords and the management challenges that they entail.


Your Password Isn’t Safe, and Neither is Your Traditional MFA.

People say Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is the answer. But your typical MFA isn't as safe as you think.


12 Ways to Secure Your Business Email

Phishing attacks, which target your email, are skyrocketing, as cybercriminals are getting more sophisticated and better at what they do. Because of the massive adjustments that businesses, large or small, have had to make to adapt to COVID-19, vulnerabilities get overlooked, including email security.  Secure your business email by adopting these best practices: 1. Run […]


What Makes Small Businesses Vulnerable to Cyberattacks?

The average total cost of a data breach in the U.S. is $8.19 million, more than double the world average. Some of that cost lands squarely on the laps of small businesses, who are not safe from cyberattacks themselves. According to Verizon’s 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) calculations, small businesses account for almost one […]


What Are the IAM Configuration Mistakes Businesses Can’t Afford to Make?

Identity and access management spells sound cloud security—provided that permissions are properly configured. If not, then a business is essentially risking its success, even its survival in the event of a major breach that results in loss of data, clients, and the support of stakeholders.   Vital cloud services (e.g., Google IAM, Microsoft Azure Active […]


20 Identity and Access Management (IAM) Terms You Need to Know

Forget buzzwords and buzz phrases. These terms are keepers, and knowing them can go a long way to help you navigate identity and access management for your organization’s systems and networks. Access management The processes and technologies used to control and monitor network access. Access management features, such as authentication, authorization, trust and security auditing, […]


What Is Access Control, and Why Should It Be Among Your Top Security Priorities?

At its most basic, access control is a means of ensuring that users who are logged in to your system are who they say they are, and that they have been granted appropriate access to your organization’s data. At a highly technical level, Daniel Crowley, head of research for IBM’s X-Force Red, describes access control […]

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