Government-imposed rules on incident reporting by organizations impacted by cyberattacks are not new – many sectors have been subjected to them for decades. What is new is that governments are introducing new, more stringent incident reporting rules that will affect a broader set of organizations.
The tech giants in the MAMAA club have a disproportionate amount of data that helps them reduce the friction of identity challenges and identify fraud. The rest of the world sits under the data poverty line, unable to use their data to create better online experiences for customers, says Ari Jacoby.
Synthetic identity fraud is the fastest-growing financial crime in the country. By combining real and fabricated personal information, a synthetic identity is specifically designed to look and act like a valid identity - until it doesn’t, leaving financial losses and criminal activity in its wake.
In Part 3 of a three-part video series, CyberEdBoard member Andrew Abel, a cybersecurity and zero trust consultant, and Chase Cunningham, CSO at Ericom Software, describe the operational and business benefits of creating an identity strategy.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses how Russian-speaking ransomware gangs have their eyes on a new target, offers the latest on Australia's data security reckoning and the government’s response, and outlines emerging trends in customer identity and access management.
Multifactor authentication needs to move away from one-time passwords sent via text message and embrace modern standards that prevent man-in-the-middle attacks. Plus, excessive identity challenges online lead to 20% of e-commerce transactions being abandoned, say experts at Authenticate 2022.
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...
Perennial leaders ForgeRock, Ping Identity and IBM, along with a surging Okta, set themselves apart from the pack of CIAM vendors in the latest report by KuppingerCole analysts. Ping Identity leapfrogged ForgeRock to capture the gold in product leadership, and IBM once again took the bronze.
ISACA's State of Digital Trust 2022 survey shows significant gaps between what enterprises are doing and what they should do to earn customer trust in digital ecosystems. While 98% of those surveyed say digital trust is important, only 12% have dedicated staff roles to digital trust.
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.
Digital transformation shows no signs of slowing down, even in a post-pandemic hybrid workforce. In fact, this new business paradigm continues to place an increased resource strain on security teams and cybersecurity debt permeates organizations. A recent survey of IT security decision makers uncovered that more than...
There’s been an unintended effect from Okta’s acquisition of customer identity giant Auth0. It confused its own sales force with similar CIAM products. Salespeople quit. Okta's CEO says the company will work on better sales integration of Auth0.
Implementation of security service edge technology has progressed over the past six months from early adopters to mainstream organizations, with requests for proposals around SSE projects now carrying tight deadlines rather than no deadline at all, says iboss co-founder and CEO Paul Martini.
Identity Security is more critical than ever before in today’s modern business. But finding the right solution can be a monumental task. Cybersecurity decision makers must consider several key requirements to ensure they choose the right solution.
In this buyer’s guide to privileged access management, learn...
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is warning lenders they can be liable for data breaches for causing consumers "substantial injury." To avoid liability, the bureau recommends that banks implement multifactor authentication and especially Web Authentication.