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Discover comprehensive guides to help you understand the key areas of IAM and cybersecurity and to bring you closer to finding the right solution for your requirements.
Artificial Intelligence

Recent improvements in computing capabilities mean that machines or systems are now able to complete tasks they have been trained to do in a semi-autonomous way. AI can handle huge volumes of data to produce insights, recommendations, and forecasts; it can save time through automation to complete tasks quickly and accurately; it has the potential to create new revenue streams; and it can be applied in a variety of ways across a range of industries. 

Business Resilience

Business Resilience is the ability to adapt quickly to risks and disruptions, while maintaining key business workflows and safeguarding employees, assets, and brand reputation. Business Resilience Management is key to business survival in the face of rapidly changing IT, cyber threat, and regulatory environments.

Cloud Security

As more and more organizations use cloud services cyber security and compliance has taken center stage. The benefits of using the cloud for business-critical applications can be undermined if this leads to cyber-attacks, data breaches and compliance failure.

Customer Identity & Access Management

CIAM solutions are designed to address consumer/customer IAM scenarios that differ from traditional workforce use cases. CIAM systems allow users to register, associate device and other digital identities, authenticate, authorize, collect, and store information about consumers from across many domains. CIAM solutions help organizations to comply with privacy regulations. Good CIAM systems can improve the customer experience.

Data and Information Protection

In today's digitized world, data is often the most valuable asset an organization has. In most enterprises, data is widely distributed: on users' computers, corporate networks, applications in data centers, cloud infrastructure providers, SaaS applications, etc. Data can be unstructured or structured (databases). Data-centric security requires that resources are discovered, classified, encrypted, and protected by policy-based access control systems. 

Decentralized Identity

At its most basic, decentralized Identity is about giving the control of your data back to you with a digital identity. Usually your data (sometimes called attributes, identifiers, and credentials, for example your birth date) are stored in a centralized location If you make an account on a company website, the data is likely stored by the company. You don’t hold your information and therefore you have less control over it.

Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation (DX) is aimed at enabling organizations to succeed in the digital age by gaining or maintaining a competitive edge. This is achieved by improving engagement with and services for employees and customers, and driving productivity and efficiency through the application of digital technologies.

Endpoint security

Computers, mobile devices, IoT devices are targets for takeovers. Endpoint security solutions are designed to prevent malware from executing, detect and recover from compromises, and manage endpoint assets. Endpoint security products are conglomerations of several additional discrete functions, such as browser protection, system file integrity monitoring, application controls, and device firewalls. Endpoint security solutions are must-haves for every organization.

Fraud Prevention

Account takeover (ATO) and account opening (AO) attacks harm consumers and enterprises. Fraudsters are constantly evolving their tactics, which leads to financial losses. Fraud reduction services help their customers to recognize malicious attempts to take over and/or create unauthorized accounts, thereby saving money and protecting reputations.

Identity & Access Management

Identity & Access Management (IAM) is one of today’s core disciplines of IT (Information Technology), and an essential element within every cybersecurity strategy. However, IAM is not limited to security, but is also one of the enablers of digital transformation.

Identity Governance and Administration

Identity Governance and Administration is a core component of IAM infrastructure and refers to integrated solutions that combine Identity Lifecycle Management and Access Governance. IGA helps to cut costs, increase security, improve compliance, and give users access to the IT resources they need.

Network Security

Business happens across networks, but threats also come across networks: private and public; on-premises and cloud. Networks are often the last place you can find evidence of and stop attacks. These types of solutions need to understand a wide variety of traffic types to determine what is normal and not across varied customer environments. Network security tools that protect corporate data centers, remote workers, industrial facilities, and cloud assets are essential.


Operational Technology (OT) refers to computing systems that are used to manage industrial operations as opposed to administrative operations. Operational systems include applications such as production line management, mining operations control, oil & gas monitoring, etc.

Industrial control systems (ICS) represent a major segment within the operational technology sector; they comprise systems that are used to monitor and control industrial processes.

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems provide a human-machine interface (HMI) that displays the process under management and provides access to control functions.

Passwordless Authentication

Passwordless Authentication solutions should provide a consistent login experience across all devices, introduce a frictionless user experience, include an integrated authentication approach, and ensure that no passwords or password hashes are traveling over the network.

Privileged Access Management

Privileged access management can become very complex if we let all the different technologies involved overwhelm us too soon.

But at its heart PAM has one simple task: to ensure that access to secrets is as secure as possible and only for those people authorised to see them.

Vulnerability Management

Vulnerability management is a dynamic cyclic process of identifying, accessing, reporting on, remediating and managing identified vulnerabilities across an IT ecosystem, with the ultimate goal of reducing the overall count of identified or unrealized vulnerabilities.

Zero Trust

The Zero Trust paradigm focuses on eliminating implicit trust from IT architectures and enforcing strict identity verification and access controls for every user or device.

Zero Trust helps to redesign your cybersecurity architecture to function consistently and holistically across multiple IT environments and systems – and thus implementing Zero Trust properly will affect multiple existing and new security controls within your organization.