What is Deprovisioning? Deprovisioning is the process of automatically removing a user's access from numerous SAAS app accounts and network infrastructure at the same time. Deprovisioning safeguards the security and confidentiality of the company by prohibiting departing employees from using corporate resources. The Deprovisioning action is triggered when an employee quits their job or changes [...] Read More →
According to Security Magazine, the typical business user oversees 191 passwords for work-related purposes and dozens more for personal ones. Up to 5 million passwords may be used by staff members of a company with 25,000 employees. Given the prevalence of passwords, password vulnerabilities are a major contributor to security breaches that result from cyber-attacks. [...] Read More →
Managing Access to Legacy and Cloud Applications Enterprises/Organizations' needs to preserve and grow virtual workforces while protecting digital transformation efforts have constantly fuelled the IAM market. As a result, numerous standards and methodologies for ensuring access for businesses have been developed.  With the advent of web applications in the industry in the early 1990s, companies [...] Read More →
    The acceleration of digital transformation brings about new challenges and risks for many users. Without the right tools and strategy, you might become vulnerable to the various threats in cyberspace. This can result in serious consequences such as data breaches, identity theft, and loss. Hence, 84% of businesses are focusing on strengthening their [...] Read More →
Although Federated Identity Management (FIM) and Single Sign-On (SSO) are frequently used interchangeably, SSO and FIM are not the same things. Access to apps and resources within a single domain is made possible via single sign-on. Single Sign-On (SSO) to applications across various domains or organisations is made possible by federated identity management. What is [...] Read More →
What is the 23 NYCRR Part 500? The NYDFS CyberSecurity Regulation Guidelines, released on March 1 2017, are a set of regulations from the New York Department of Financial Services that places new cybersecurity requirements on financial institutions. These new guidelines under 23 NYCRR Part 500 affected licensed lenders, state-chartered banks, trust companies, service contract [...] Read More →
Identity and Access Management (IAM) is an advanced security structure for business processes, policies, and technologies that helps organizations to manage electronic/digital identities of workforce & customers”. With an IAM structure in place, IT admin can make certain that the right people (Organizational employee, end-user) can access the tools they need to do their daily [...] Read More →