Following this month’s acquisition of Lieberman Software by Bomgar, Identity Week is being folded into the Bomgar corporate blog.
I’m excited to share the news that effective today, Bomgar has completed the acquisition of Lieberman Software. Bomgar and Lieberman both have a strong focus on product innovation, outstanding customer experience, and a desire to enable our customers to effectively address cybersecurity threats. We expect our customers and partners to start seeing benefits very soon as the two companies move quickly to complete the integration.
Interest in cyber attacks – and methods for defeating them – drove a record amount of traffic to the Identity Week blog in 2017. Here are our top 5 blog posts in 2017, according to number of visitors.|
Aberdeen’s model demonstrates that proactively managing privileged access quantifiably reduces the risk of a data breach by up to 80%.
One of the common characteristics of many Silicon Valley companies is the singular goal of getting to an exit. But another common thread is the low value these companies give to IT security.
Today’s retailers should assume that they have already been breached. And then they should ask - how far into the network can the criminals reach, and how long can they remain there?
According to our survey at Microsoft Ignite 2017, many Microsoft LAPS users still have problems managing local passwords. Their troubles include not being able to change passwords on offline systems and not securely storing current passwords.
We cancelled our analyst research subscriptions and you will probably do likewise after you read this expose on the analyst work product.
I think we all realize that we’re well past the age when IT could run antivirus software, put up a firewall, update Windows patches and thereby maintain a solid level of security. So here are five tips for maintaining tight control over critical systems in the modern enterprise
One of the most common problems that continues to afflict IT departments is the need to securely reset passwords or unlock accounts on Windows systems. To ease this burden for IT professionals, we developed an integration with Okta that provides both multi-factor authentication (MFA) and password reset functionality in one Credential Provider.