When it comes to cloud IAM, security and operations teams are flying almost blind. This visibility drops to zero as cloud deployments grow and cloud IAM complexity increases with scale. This resulting tangled puzzle of IAM policies and rules means organizations lose any ability to assign and manage cloud least privileged access (LPA), let alone understand the permissiveness of their cloud access. Even more important, when organizations are not entirely in control of cloud IAM governance, they are incredibly vulnerable. If they experience a security incident, the lack of cloud IAM visibility makes determining the potential blast radius a tough, if not impossible, task.
Download this whitepaper to learn how to increase cloud identity visibility and reduce risk and how security teams need to find a way to distill clarity from cloud IAM complexity.
After careful consideration, your organization has decided to streamline its access management process and upgrade its legacy systems with a privileged access management (PAM) solution. It's a significant step that will reshape and improve the identity access management (IAM) efforts across your operation and system infrastructure and allow your organization to effectively scale. But before getting started, you may be wondering if you are fully aware of the key considerations and steps to take as your organization begins this journey?
One of the first areas to focus on for a successful PAM system launch is your deployment strategy. How you deploy a PAM solution will depend on your organization's operations, planning, and staffing. To ensure your PAM system is strong, you'll need a strategy, finesse, and a team that both deploys and supports a PAM solution.
This nine-step guide will address the most common questions and concerns surrounding a practical PAM system deployment.
Cybersecurity has long been a challenge across industries. Now that most organizations are firmly in the age of digital transformation, protecting against threats is increasingly complex but also crucial to shield against financial and reputational damage. With hybrid infrastructures accommodating modern and legacy assets, resources in the cloud, the Internet of Things (IoT), operational technology (OT), and remote workforces connecting via any device anywhere in the world, organizations face a cyberattack landscape that is constantly evolving.
Download this data sheet to see how The Hitachi ID Bravura Security Fabric empowers organizations to better navigate this difficult terrain with a resilient, flexible, single identity and access management (IAM) platform and framework.
Want to provide frictionless, elevated, and time-limited access to reduce IT security risk and enhance accountability?
Download this data sheet to see how Hitachi ID Bravura privileged access management (PAM) solution supports over a million daily password randomizations and facilitates access for thousands of authorized users, applications, and systems through a highly available, geo-redundant architecture.
Where competing IT priorities and limited resources hang in a delicate balance, you have to invest where you'll see the biggest impact. Digital identity, connecting students and staff to information that builds knowledge, is an opportunity for pivotal efficiency gains.
Read this report to see how Hitachi ID Suite is the fabric that protects student, staff, and affiliate identities independent of location, allows appropriate access, and facilitates secure privileged access to critical assets all in one flexible platform.
The healthcare industry is subject to strict privacy-protection obligations. Weak controls over access to data can lead to unauthorized sharing of patient data at best and to disruption to healthcare delivery at worst. At a larger scale, the hospitals and other healthcare delivery institutions can be shut down by malware or ransomware, which can lead to injury or death of patients. The safety, legal and financial impact of unauthorized access could not be higher.
Read this report to see how Hitachi ID Privileged Access Manager (HiPAM) addresses risks due to shared, static passwords used to sign into sensitive accounts with elevated privileges.
While there are certain non-negotiables in your identity and access management (IAM), you need more than that. You need certain functionalities for your institution's unique systems. You need seamless integration with your existing systems. You need to minimize your total cost of ownership. And you need a strong product roadmap and workflow to ensure your IAM solution can continually adapt to evolving risks.
Learn how Hitachi ID stands out as a one-stop solution that can grow and evolve with your organization.
Protecting your company from ransomware can feel like a full-time job. From hiding in SSL to chasing unknown file downloads to preventing lateral movement, there seems to be no shortage of ways ransomware can outsmart your defenses.
Join Bryan Lee, Principal Product Manager at Zscaler, as he provides details on some of the top ransomware campaigns and the new approaches needed to keep your users and data safe.
During this webinar, you will discover:
- How the latest ransomware campaigns are exploiting security weaknesses.
- Why ransomware is so good at exploiting today's inspection compromises.
- How to deliver a better sandboxing approach to suspicious content.
- Why cloud scalability is a key ingredient to closing network security gaps.
- Why a zero-trust approach to connectivity can eliminate your attack surface and lateral movement.
The Zscaler threat research team analyzed 6.6 billion threats hidden inside encrypted traffic for a closer look into evolving attack techniques.
Without proper inspection, encryption can be a vulnerability. ThreatLabZ, Zscaler's global research team, analyzed billions of encrypted threats delivered over SSL/TLS channels in 2020.
Read the detailed report to learn how encrypted threats have become more sophisticated this past year, including:
- Explosive growth in volume: 260% increase in SSL-based threats in the last nine months
- Increasing abuse of cloud-based file-sharing services: Over 30% of all SSL-based attacks spoofed collaboration services such as Google Drive, OneDrive, AWS, and Dropbox
- Hidden ransomware on the rise: More than 500% increase in ransomware delivered over encrypted web traffic between March and September of 2020
- Best practices for preventing encrypted threats with SSL inspection at scale: Security and data protection systems that can't inspect 100% of traffic put enterprises at risk
Ransomware Attacks Continue to Rise
In 2020 alone, it is estimated that ransomware inflicted damages of over $20 billion worldwide. In today's world, cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated than ever with ransomware attacks, crafting them uniquely designed for each target. It's become apparent that legacy solutions cannot stop them.
Read this paper to learn:
- The three secrets to protecting your organization from ransomware attacks
- Why legacy approaches can no longer prevent ransomware attacks
- How Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange takes a different, cloud-native approach to stopping patient-zero attacks
Secure your copy of our new paper to learn more.