Market Views

Three Ways to Improve Healthcare Compliance and Innovation with Identity Security

Authored by: Matthew Radcliffe Did you know there were more than 29 million healthcare records breached in 2020, and the second-leading cause of those breaches was unauthorized access?[1] If the last year has taught us anything, it’s that life can be unpredictable and sometimes we are forced to change — rapidly. […]

The Power to Prevent: How Access Risk Management Detects Threats Before They Develop

Authored by: Jody Paterson Now available within IdentityNow, SailPoint’s Access Risk Management enables organizations to get granular visibility into potential access risks within complex ERP systems such as SAP — even before access is approved and provisioned. One of the biggest challenges facing any enterprise is risk management, particularly managing risks […]

The Untold Risk of Automatic Remediation of Cloud Access

Authored by: Lori Robinson It’s inevitable that you will run across a situation where the cloud access configured in your environments is misconfigured or over provisioned. This is to be expected due to the high velocity, large volume, and wide variety of changes that are constantly taking place in cloud […]

Delivering Dynamic Governance to Potentially High-Risk Users

Authored by: Eric Yuan, Vice President, Global Strategic Partners, SailPoint Detecting risk in an organization is harder than ever before. With a mostly virtual workforce accessing, creating, and storing company and customer confidential information both locally and in cloud storage solutions, the threat surface is more expansive than ever before. […]

Three Key Takeaways From Edgile’s Recent Webinar “The Power Behind the SailPoint and Microsoft Partnership”

Authored by: Gretchen Wichmann, Managing Director at Edgile, Identity Practice Leader  Identity programs sit at the center of the modern security strategy. Developing the identity strategy and successfully running identity programs—not projects, but actual, robust programs—remains a top priority for many organizations. This leaves program execution an active assignment in today’s dynamic enterprise environment that includes a growing number of people, […]

Why You’re Managing Access to Your Cloud Infrastructure in a Silo

You often hear the word “silo” used to describe security processes. Still, originally it was used to describe a structure built to store and preserve bulk material such as harvested grains. Fast forward to the 21st century, and the bulk material within organizations is now digital data. Unfortunately, many of […]

Why CISOs & CIOs Need to Rethink Their Approach to SaaS

The future of work depends on SaaS and today’s approach needs a remix. How your identity security strategy needs to reconsider what you consider “visibility” and the dangerous gaps that exist with your current approach. If you are like the other CISOs I regularly speak with, you are probably facing […]

How to Prioritize SaaS Security and Future-Proof Your Identity Program

This blog is the final installment of our three-part series exploring “What is SaaS Management?” In this post, we’ll look at how gaining total visibility and control of all access is essential in today’s enterprise — both for reasons of efficiency and security. Check out part 1 of the series, […]

We Are With Our Customers Every Step of the Way

The SailPoint crew is fanatically focused on our customers’ success every step of the way. And our customers choose SailPoint because not only do we actively listen to what they need, we are also with them at every stop of their identity security journey. We help our customers by making […]

The Art of War on Enterprise Access Risks

If Sun Tzu were writing The Art of War today, unequivocally, he would add a few chapters and tactics to address today’s electronic warfare that extends beyond the battlefield. When penning his treatise on war approximately 2,400 years ago, Tzu wasn’t envisioning modern organizations around the world having to arm themselves to defend against cyber threats of every type—including attacks from outside hackers and even […]