Compliance with SOX and other new corporate reporting requirements is costly and challenging for many companies to implement, as the SOX act covers many different areas of business practices for internal controls and financial reporting. Get this whitepaper now and see the impact the Sarbanes-Oxley Act has on Information Technology.
This white paper highlights the complex nature of traditional authentication and identity management practices and shows how A10 Networks unified identity and access management solutions simplify the convergence of network, security, and identity resources for proper deployment.
Troubleshooting network and security problems in a time of crisis is never easy and the need to resolve mysterious machine addresses such as MAC and IP Addresses back to individuals or hosts is often difficult and time consuming. Download this solution sheet and see how A10 Networks' IDentity Proxy Service can automate the task of resolving host addresses back to individuals to speed network and security troubleshooting and forensics.
Published By: Actimize
Published Date: Oct 10, 2007
According to the results of Actimize's 2007 Employee Fraud survey, which was managed by Infosurv, an independent research company, financial services institutions know that they have a significant and growing problem with employee fraud and are not fully prepared to handle the threat as attacks from organized crime, dissatisfied staff and financially distressed employees become more sophisticated.
Beyond a customer’s digital profile is their real-world identity. Knowing this information and how it fits into the full customer journey is critical. Along with in-store purchase data, you can also gain insight into their brick-and-mortar buying habits, like the time of day they’re most likely to shop, the average time spent in a store, the frequency of their visits or the categories of products for which they shopped.
Today, customer identity is the only constant in digital marketing. But as consumers switch from desktop to mobile, they are more and more difficult to recognize. But it’s not impossible. The Adobe white paper, Managing Anonymous and Authenticated Experiences Across the Customer Lifecycle, explains best practices to identify your anonymous and authenticated customers while complying with regulations, contracts, and industry standards.
Read the paper to learn:
• The benefits of well executed personalization
• How to navigate the landscape between anonymous and authenticated data
• Safe and effective uses of consumer information
• The technological building blocks to put these new methods to work
Adobe Audience Manager uses identity management tools and device graphs to tie device IDs to individuals or groups. If a customer starts using a device you don’t recognize, you can use second-party data available through a network or co-op to supplement your own, building a complete view of your customer. This allows you to send consistent messaging across devices, whether your customers log in to your site or not.
A compromised account is 17 times more valuable than a stolen credit card number. That’s why fraud bots, loaded with stolen credentials, use their lists of username/password pairs on thousands of websites. Credential stuffing bots can lead to data theft, customer identity fraud, and account takeover on your site.
Learn about the risk to your business from credential stuffing bots in the Akamai infographic, Credential Stuffing 101: The Risk of Bots to Your Business.
Published By: Aladdin
Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Identity theft is a major obstacle financial organizations must overcome to maximize the potential of online banking. USB strong authentication tokens with built-in smartcard technology combat identity theft and fraud, while helping banks meet regulatory compliance.
Man-in-the-Middle attacks can defeat most kinds of multi-factor authentication, including OTP tokens. Financial institutions, brokerages, and other likely targets of MITM attacks should consider the ability of their countermeasures to defeat MITM attacks, as these types of attacks will continue.
Published By: ArcSight
Published Date: Mar 03, 2009
This whitepaper presents ArcSight EnterpriseView, a solution designed to help customers understand who is on the network, what data they are seeing, and which actions they are taking with that data. While doing so, EnterpriseView provides the context to understand whether the business faces additional risk of data loss, compliance breach, or fraud.
Let’s be honest: If you’re just using one or two social providers for a simple web application, without needing a username/password
database yourself, or any other more elaborate features, it is easy enough to DIY. By all means, leverage the basic authentication
libraries you can find in any open source framework, and be done with it.
When computers were mostly standalone systems, authentication (checking people are who they say they are) and authorization (allowing them access to specific information) codes, along with databases containing user information, were self-contained on the device. Even in the early days of the web, sites would handle security independently, using custom and proprietary code.
Although roles-based access control (RBAC) has been the subject of much interest in the past, experience with it has been mostly disappointing. The challenge of discovering established roles, defining new roles according to business need, connecting roles properly to the IT infrastructure, ensuring that they meet all compliance requirements, and managing roles through their natural lifecycles has, until now, proved to be too complicated and cumbersome to be practical.
Every large enterprise has employees who need some level of access to its critical information resources, and many also provide a wide variety of types and levels of access to contractors, partners, vendors, and customers. Each of these points of access represents a source of potential business and compliance risk.
Published By: bitglass
Published Date: Aug 19, 2014
In this Gigaom Research Webinar, we will separate the real threats from the hype, identify the most common forms of security breaches, and discuss the tools and processes businesses can put in place to minimize exposure and damage.
As enterprises large and small shift their information to the cloud, an explosion of SaaS tools are making it easier than ever for employees to collaborate and innovate. Much of this sharing is being done across time zones and physical locations, by workers who are telecommuting, working in shared or public spaces, and from open networks. Information is stored on central, third-party servers that are accessible across the company and the world by anyone with an internet connection.
As a result, online security is increasingly being pushed to the forefront as a major corporate expense. Yet, 89% of the global information workforce lack clarity on how security applies to the cloud. “Data is suddenly everywhere, and so are the number of people, access points and administrators who can control – or worse, copy – the data." Please download the white paper to learn more.
Selecting the right single sign-on solution (SSO) for your organization can be a daunting task. Competing solutions offer varying levels of application support, management overhead, and potentially confusing (and counter- productive) cost structures. But the upside in terms of improved security, manageability and user productivity enhancements provided by the right SSO solution can be dramatic.
The questions contained within are intended to help you collect and organize the critical information you need to make a well-informed decision for your organization. Please use them as a guide during your due diligence and vendor selection process. Please download the white paper to learn more.
The Sydney Opera House is one of the world’s busiest performing arts centers and Australia’s number one tourist destination. Each year, it attracts more than 8.2 million visitors on site and stages more than 2,000 performances attended by over 1.5 million people.
Since opening its doors in 1973, the Opera House has become the symbol of modern Australia and the country’s premier tourist destination, with an iconic national-identity value that Deloitte Access Economics has estimated at $4.6 billion.
On the Opera House’s 40th anniversary, it embarked on a Decade of Renewal, a series of projects to prepare the Opera House for future generations of artists, audiences, and visitors. Because renewal isn’t just about the building and the arts; it’s also about renewing technology and systems. This enabled the Opera House to engage VMtech and BlackBerry Cylance to modernize its IT server and network infrastructure, as well as information management, privacy, and cybersecurity.
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