In case you missed it, this week, we announced our Trusted Experience Platform™, designed to enable you and your developers to build trusted experiences for your workforce and customers. The Trusted Experience Platform is built on four pillars: secure, simple, smart, and scalable. You can read more about the product and the pillars it’s built on by downloading our Trusted Experience Platform ebook or see the write-ups at AI Thority or Help Net Security.
Here’s this weeks’ weekly round-up of news from the tech world.
Castle wall approach to cybersecurity no longer works
The old perimeter-based security approach not only doesn’t work, it actually creates security problems. With today’s complex networks and sophisticated threat actors, a more nuanced approach is needed. Read more at New Business
Risk of attack after credentials released for over 500K devices
In an example of the increasing opportunity for attack presented by the internet of things, a bot list was released consisting of more than 515,000 servers, routers, and IoT devices. Read more at ZDNet
Password managers aren’t enough
Password managers aren’t enough to protect companies from attack and breach, especially for privileged accounts. In today’s era of cyberattacks, a privileged access management system and IAM are in order. Read more at Security Boulevard
World economic forum makes the case for going passwordless
The World Economic Forum Platform for Cybersecurity and Digital Trust is making the case for going passwordless and calling for organizations to pledge their support for a transition to passwordless authentication. Read more at the World Economic Forum
Healthcare industry can benefit from identity and access management systems
Fragmented patient data and an erosion of the network perimeter from IoT devices are just some of the reasons that healthcare organizations need a centralized identity management system. Read more at Solutions Review
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