Governments and businesses are increasingly linking their core systems to external networks and third parties including trusted suppliers, but this approach means nothing can be made 100% secure. Is it possible to protect sensitive data and critical systems without losing business agility or productivity? Privileged account security may be the way.
Professional services giant Accenture has completed its acquisition of Melbourne-based consultancy Redcore which specialises in identity and access management and security services.
An expanded partnership between identity and device management provider Okta and Google is intended to make it easier for large enterprises to securely deploy and manage Google Apps. Okta is also strengthening and extending its portfolio of identity-related products and services.
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