Identity and Access Management

Did you know that one of the top nine attack types consistently covered in Verizon’s Data Breach Report are insider threats and privileged misuse? According to this year’s report, 66% of insiders steal information in hopes of selling it for cash, 17% are…

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It’s amazing how much cyber-security has grown over the past few years. Where we were once worried about keystroke logging or Trojan horse attacks, we now face situations like ransomware and cyber warfare. User credentials are still the number one target for bad…

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Getting access is more and more complicated with increased users, devices and applications. See how Core Access Insight can help simplify your access risk by giving you visibility to the access relationships in your organization. 

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Identity and Access Management was born out of enabling the business. We discovered that as technology systems began to proliferate throughout our companies, we needed a way to quickly and efficiently give people access to the devices and applications they needed to do…

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We hear about high-profile breaches almost every week in the news, but what actions are organizations taking to keep these breaches from happening? Implementing new solutions is great and new tools are always helpful, but it’s the bad habits formed by your team…

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According to a study referenced in CBROnline, 79.7% of organizations are investing, in one way or another, in an Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution. While this number is up from even two years ago, it only shows people who are involved with…

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We all know that Identity and Access Management is not simply an application you can download in five minutes and be ready to go. This is a major program and investment for your company. But why is it that after we go live,…

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After reading Monday's The Washington Post, I see yet again (sigh) that a former NSA contractor may have stolen sensitive information. However, this time it’s 75% of their elite hacking tools that Snowden previously highlighted. Harold T. Martin is accused of carrying out the biggest…

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Database and password incidents are so commonplace that we need a breach the size of Yahoo! or Anthem before the media takes notice. Just like these incidents, you’ve heard the statistics and read the reports which claim that the most common way to…

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