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US-based global security vendor Centrify has appointed Vectra Corporation as a reseller for its identity management platform in Australia and New Zealand.

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Monday, 19 February 2018 11:43

Claim new Payments Platform increases fraud risks

One security company claims Australia’s New Payments Platform is likely to increase the risk of fraudsters seeking to exploit the availability of real-time bank payments.

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Global security vendor Centrify has warned that the major data breach revelations that have marked the past year would continue in 2018 as organisations struggle to recognise that “unmanaged trust is at the core of their cyber security vulnerability”.

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Global security solutions and identity services vendor Centrify has warned that the increasing size and frequency of data breaches clearly demonstrates that old security models based on protecting network perimeters are failing both businesses and consumers.

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Australian businesses are failing to meet consumer expectations of protecting their personal information, with 45% of Australian consumers reportedly having been notified by a company or government agency that their personal information was lost or stolen because of data breaches.

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Cyber security company Centrify claims that the privileged password practice which allowed the “comprehensive hack” of an Australian defence contractor is “disturbingly widespread”.

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Nearly 70% of Australian IT professionals lack confidence in the ability of their organisations to prevent, detect and resolve data breaches, according to a new research report.

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Data breaches tend to result in a fall in company share prices when the news leaks, often by as much as 5%, the identity access management company Centrify claims.

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Thursday, 04 May 2017 15:08

Sabre rattled and hacked

Travel industry software booking engine Sabre has disclosed what may be a massive breach of payment and customer data. Sabre is used by more than 36,000 hotels and accommodation providers.

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Global security company Centrify has warned that organisations need more than just user awareness programmes to cut the risk of “social engineering” and cyber fraud.

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Japan’s largest cosmetic firm Shiseido has selected a solution from identity management and security vendor Centrify as its core global authentication infrastructure.

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Monday, 05 September 2016 10:35

De perimeter is no longer de perimeter

Centrify’s David McNeely was in Australia to address delegates at the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit. He had a strong message – infrastructure security is no longer good, better, best but danger, good, better, great and optimal. And very few reach the ultimate nirvana.

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Organisations need to reduce the risks created by hybrid IT infrastructure and rethink their security measures, including the use of passwords, according to a US-based senior executive from global identity management and security vendor Centrify.

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Wednesday, 03 August 2016 14:33

Passwords are so passé

There is a major move to remove the average, highly insecure password and replace it with all manner of things – biometrics, voice authentication, two-factor (or more) authentications and so on. Why is the humble password so maligned?

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Wednesday, 20 July 2016 14:21

Centrify nips Cointreau for single sign-on

Rémy Cointreau, one of the world’s leading alcoholic beverage brands, has chosen Centrify as its core identity management and mobile management platform.

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Wednesday, 22 June 2016 14:48

MFA and 2SV security should be mandatory

Not a day goes by without cyber criminals bragging about a data breach – from Ashley Madison to Sony. The fact is, no company appears to be immune to data breaches and hacks.

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Centrify has opened up its API to help developers add single sign-on, multi-factor authentication and access control to any app.

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An over-dependence on passwords and a reliance on passwords that provide “as much protection as a piece of paper in a rainstorm” leaves many organisations vulnerable to cyber threats, a global security professional has warned.

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Wednesday, 13 April 2016 14:28

Wearables invade enterprise security

As wearables invade the workplace, new rules will be needed to ensure these highly invisible items don’t create security issues.

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Tuesday, 05 April 2016 16:45

Trump hacked – well his hotels anyway

When your name is Donald Trump and you happen to have a string of luxury towers, hotels, businesses and a presidential candidacy with your name on it - it is no surprise than cybercriminals, hell especially those with a democrat bent will have their sights set on you.

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