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Identity and Access Management – The State of Passwords and IoT

Posted by on January 20th, 2020 in Blog Posts, Identity Management, Security

The proliferation of smartphones, an increase in cybercrime, and the rising adoption of BYOD are cited by industry experts as the leading factors contributing to the booming demand for Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions (Source: MarketWatch). So, what exactly is IAM, and what role does it play in minimizing cyber threats and data breaches?  […]

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Supplier Spotlight: LogMeIn – LastPass

Posted by on January 16th, 2020 in Password Management, Supplier Spotlight

Secure every access point with one simple solution. LogMeIn, known for setting the standard in secure access to apps, devices, and data, is redefining the access landscape. In today’s cloud-centric world where an individual’s identity is used to access everything from business applications to mobile devices, LogMeIn’s platform supports tens of millions of users every […]

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Enterprise Password Management – What Cybercriminals Don’t Want You to Know

Posted by on January 13th, 2020 in Cybersecurity, Identity Management, Password Management

The number of passwords the average person must remember is mind-boggling. In 2017, the average ‘home user’ had nearly 20 passwords to keep track of for online accounts. In 2020,  internet users will rack up a staggering 207 accounts requiring passwords.  Creatures of habit and inherently lazy, people tend to reuse the same password for […]

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Cyber Attacks on Municipalities Underscores Urgency of Defeating Cybercriminals

Posted by on September 11th, 2019 in Cybersecurity, Security

This summer brought more than just blistering heat; cities across the country felt the pressure of devastating ransomware attacks. More than 40 municipalities, including 22 in the state of Texas, were the victims of cyberattacks. Major cities like Baltimore and Albany, as well as smaller towns like Lake City, Florida, were attacked by cybercriminals holding […]

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Crime is Evolving. Is Your Security Strategy?

Posted by on October 29th, 2018 in Security

While media coverage of security breaches of large companies is most common, that doesn’t mean that SMBs are immune to cybersecurity threats. 58% of malware attack victims are organizations classified as a small or medium-sized business. Not only are attacks increasing in frequency and sophistication, but they are costing SMBs big money. According to Ponemon, […]

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