Many organizations across the globe fall short of effectively managing access for third-party users, exposing them to significant vulnerabilities, breaches and other security risks, One Identity reveals. Most organizations grant third-party users access to their network Based on a Dimensional Research-conducted survey of more than 1,000 IT security professionals, the research evaluates organizations’ approaches to identity and access management (IAM) and privileged access management (PAM), including how they apply to third-party users – from vendors … More
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Emerging from the traditional managed security service provider (MSSP) model, Managed Detection and Response (MDR) is an answer to the fact that threat actors have increased their ability to circumvent traditional detection measures. As early as 2011, MDR emerged (uncategorized at the time) with a single guiding principal: Acknowledge that a breach will happen. When it does, minimize threat actor dwell time to reduce risk. In 2016, Gartner formally recognized the emergence of MDR and … More
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Digital transformation initiatives are pushing many organizations into unfamiliar territory that they are not equipped to protect. This primary 451 Research paper, commissioned by eSentire, examines advancements organizations have made in improving their cybersecurity posture, ongoing challenges to protect and secure the company’s digital assets and how they are better positioning their organizations to contend with a dynamic and expanding cyberthreat landscape. This research examines: How respondents are accommodating emerging technologies and digital transformation initiatives. … More
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