Protecting Intellectual Property with Data Access Governance
Intellectual property (IP) is what separates one enterprise from another and provides a competitive advantage in the market. Securing IP and ensuring that only the right people have access to it – and nothing more – is of paramount importance.
Do You Know Who Owns Your Data?
Managing access to enterprise applications and data has changed in the past few years as data breaches have become increasingly more frequent and pervasive events.
When Identity Meets Data
Data. It’s the foundation for business in the modern world, and the lifeblood of every organization regardless of its business or location. In today’s connected world, data exists in many places: in data centers, on corporate desktop systems, in email and even on users’ personal mobile devices. Data allows us [...]
Mitigating Data Breach Risk with Identity Governance for Files
As data breaches in enterprises have become more frequent and more destructive, the market has turned from an “if breaches happen” to a “when breaches happen” mindset. No longer is being the target of a data breach an uncertainty, but instead an eventuality.
Changing the Game with Data Access Governance
Each year, organizations face an ever-mounting threat of hackers and other hostile entities that aim to breach companies in order to gain access to their systems and data. In fact, targeted attacks have nearly doubled since 2013.
Get Compliant and Stay Compliant
This paper outlines key requirements of compliance mandates and provides recommendations on how to build a sustainable identity program to meet those requirements. It also presents a step-by-step methodology and timeline for implementing identity governance.
Anatomy of a Data Breach
The enterprise security landscape as we know it today has changed. Enterprises’ applications and data are constantly under attack, breaches occur, and sensitive information is released every day.
Identity is Everything
With the inevitable occurrence of a data breach, the network perimeter disappearing and the ever-present risk from the human vector, organizations must adapt and secure their best asset and simultaneously their greatest threat: their identities.
Protecting Access to Enterprise Data
Enterprise data needs protection. Intellectual property. Financial records. Employee and customer personal data. This type of data is what hackers want to get their hands on. The important-to-a-company data. The data that’s worth money or is damaging in some way to the enterprise. And hackers know the easiest way to get to that data is by exploiting the human element of an enterprise.
Unlocking Innovation with Identity Governance
Attacks against today’s enterprise are no longer “off the shelf” exploitations.
Excuse Me Is This Your Data?
The question about to whom a piece of data belongs is not an uncommon one in today’s enterprises.
Three Requirements of an Open Identity Platform
Today’s enterprises are different. They’re global forces with which to be reckoned, rapidly adopting (and creating) new technologies and enabling a new way of how we connect and collaborate with one another.