GUEST OPINION by Jim Cook, ANZ Regional Director, Attivo Networks: Attacks against public and private sector assets reached a crescendo in 2021, and moves are now underway to stem the tide more permanently.
GUEST RESEARCH: Attivo Networks, the experts in preventing identity privilege escalation and detecting lateral movement attacks, today announced the availability of a new research report conducted by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and commissioned in part by Attivo Networks. The report focuses on Active Directory (AD), the directory-based identity services platform used by 90% of enterprises worldwide, exploring the obstacles and threats organisations face when protecting AD and how they adapt to address these growing concerns.
Identity services provider Okta has announced new state-of-the-art infrastructure based on the AWS cloud service in the Asia-Pacific region.
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.
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.
Unified identity services provider Centrify is claiming global leadership in the Identity as a Service (IDaaS) market with a milestone of more than 2,000 customers in the cloud on the back of what it says is record sales.
Unified identity service provider Centrify has completed the integration of its User Suite with spend management solutions from Concur.
Global unified identity services vendor Centrify has raised US$42 million in a funding round, securing investment from mobile technology and network security vendors Samsung and Fortinet, as well as venture capital firm Docomo Capital.
A lax attitude by enterprise employees in the US towards protection of corporate data stored on their personal devices should “sound a warning bell” for Australian enterprises, according to the Asia Pacific chief of one unified identity services vendor.
Australian organisations risk financial and reputational damage if they fail to meet the challenges of the new Australian Privacy Act changes to take effect from March this year, according to the APAC chief of a major identity services firm.
Security services vendor Centrify claims an ‘industry first’ with the release of its new cloud-based unified Identity-as-a-Service solution which it says will enable organisations to solve users’ password sprawl problems and secure devices accessing Cloud and mobile apps.
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