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For avid Game of Thrones fans, Season 8’s third episode brought together a long-awaited clash of the White Walkers versus the living at the Stark's castle in Winterfell. You might be asking yourself, “What does Game of Thrones have to do with privileged access management and data breaches?” We see many parallels. Find out how you can protect your network against the army of insider threats.
5 Big Benefits the New NIST Cybersecurity Practice Guide SP 1800-18 is Bringing to the Financial Services Industry
The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) is just out with a draft of its NIST Special Publication 1800-18 Privileged Account Management for the Financial Services Sector. Remediant was honored to be among the few companies NCCoE tapped to help draft the new guidelines. But the benefits will extend to the entire financial services industry. Let’s take a look at five big reasons this is the case.
Just as pretty much the entire cybersecurity industry was busy meeting at RSA 2019 in San Francisco this month, digital workspace technology firm Citrix announced that its internal network had been breached. That’s the wrong kind of RSA buzz for a company, but the right kind of buzz to get our industry more focused on Privileged Access Management. Here’s my 2 cents...
Do you know what the difference between Identity and Access Management is? Here is where the confusion arises. Therefore we have differentiated the difference between identity and access management; let’s have a look on it.
Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a security process that requires more than one method of authentication to ensure the security of your privileged users, but it's not necessarily easy to create. Have a look at some important motivations of those companies that are using multi-factor authentication.