Insurance fraud doesn’t just affect insurance companies. With fraud draining five to ten percent of annual revenue in the insurance industry, that lost profit trickles down to you, the consumer, in the form of higher bills and premiums.
For the modern enterprise, several trends make stronger authentication of an expanded user base a growing necessity.
Can you put a value on an incremental investment in security awareness training?
Suppose that the C-level executives ask you to answer the following question: What is our risk from a phishing attack? How is a modern security professional supposed to answer?
What is the security risk to industrial control systems, and what is the best way to frame this risk for the business decision-makers of companies?
Here are three examples of where focusing Identity and Access Management (IAM) more broadly on your organization’s users drives several valuable results.
IAM has been focused on the objectives of control, compliance, and cost. Today, new opportunities are created for enterprise IAM as a business enabler.
A data breach at Wyndham Hotels and Resorts exposed information of thousands of customers. But who’s really to blame?
SharePoint is an easy first step for storing, syncing, and sharing enterprise content, but enterprise content management gives organizations an edge.
Recent news about elephants, Hillary Clinton’s private emails, and national policy battles on privacy all have one thing in common: Security back doors.