Below is a list of featured identity and access management articles that we selected from the Identity Management Institute website, the Identity Theft Awareness Blog, or other sources such as LinkedIn to highlight the emerging issues and solutions, and to make it easier for our visitors to access valuable information that may be otherwise buried on the site or the Internet.
As the number of connected devices in homes, offices, public institutions and industrial frameworks increases, so does the need for better Internet of Things security. Each new IoT device and network introduces more points of vulnerability, and it’s time for cybersecurity experts to update their skills to meet and counter the latest threats.
Access certification is the validation of access rights within systems which is a mandatory process for compliance and security risk management. Access certification can be a very daunting process for some organizations with dispersed systems, workforce, and partners. This article discusses the certification process and solutions.
Information security is the responsibility of everyone in any organization. Distributed Information Security Management Model or DISMM ensures security accountability across the enterprise.
Identity theft certifications issued by Identity Management Institute offer professional credibility, knowledge, employment opportunity, and career advancement. Learn about their scope and differences.
Identity Management Institute offers an Identity Theft Prevention Program certification service as part of its global and independent solutions.
This article serves as a high level overview of the GDPR and its key requirements that companies will need to comply with and ensure their proper implementation to meet their compliance obligations.
Self service identity and access management is increasingly embraced by users and companies and it is a matter of time before it’s widely adopted due to the many benefits it offers.
The Identity and Access Management vendor list includes strong contenders in the IAM technology and software space.
Identity and Access Management solutions providers offer various IAM solutions to help businesses manage user identities and their access to systems securely. This page lists all major identity and access management companies in the technology space.
The fastest growing professional certifications in cyber security are the Identity and Access Management certifications which have received industry attention. Learn more about IAM certifications.
When someone’s access is beyond that person’s required access to perform their job duties, then that access is considered to be beyond the principle of least privilege.
The AAA identity and access management model is a framework which is embedded into the digital identity and access management world to manage access to assets and maintain system security.
The future of identity and access management will include technological innovation to address the security and interoperability of increasing connected devices.
This identity and access management market analysis highlights the fast growth of the IAM market and drivers which fuel demand for identity and access management solutions.
According to a few research studies, stolen employee access password is by far the leading cause of system hacking cases and data breach incidents.
There are five main reasons why identity and access management matters most in cyber security and data protection.
The future of cybersecurity is as clear as it is obscure. This article discusses factors affecting cybersecurity such as threats, expanding risks, and shortages in cybersecurity talents.
It is estimated that the global cybersecurity expert shortages will be around 1.5 million by 2020. Learn about how to become a cybersecurity expert and fill the gap in a growing job market.
Due to the global Internet connectivity of many devices and networks, the computer security risk landscape has expanded and includes many new cybersecurity challenges.
As we embrace the Internet of Things (IoT) which refers to all smart and Internet enabled devices, we have to collaborate to address the growing the risks of Identity of Things (IDoT).
The high level identity and access management objectives include cyber security, access management, fraud prevention, and compliance.
Employee error to unwittingly give away system access information to hackers facilitate data breaches in over 90% of cyber attacks according to leading industry and government reports.