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Strategic Information Security Investment Planning - The Legal Perspective

by Karsten Kinast
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Dr. Karsten Kinast Fellow Analyst
KuppingerCole
Dr. Karsten Kinast
Dr. Karsten Kinast, LL.M., Attorney at Law (Germany), is founding Partner of the Law Firm “Kinast & Partner” with an exclusive focus on Data Protection Law and IT-Law. He holds a Master of Laws Degree in European Legal Informatics and  serves as external Data Protection...
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Debunking Common Myths about XDR
Cyber attacks are continually evolving and so are cyber defense technologies. In a few decades we have moved from anti-virus protection through an alphabet soup of acronyms, including EPP, EDR, EPDR, NDR, CWPP, SIEM, SOAR, and now XDR. It is therefore important for businesses to get a good understanding what combination of defense technologies to choose and why.
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Fixing the Way the World Logs In
Passwords are quickly and easily compromised, they are costly and difficult to manage, and they result in poor user experiences. Many organizations are looking for alternatives, but find it challenging to identify appropriate passwordless and phishing resistant authentication solutions that are simple, effective, and secure.
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Multi-Cloud Identity Governance 101
In an effort to cut costs, improve efficiencies, and cater for a mobile and remote workforce, businesses are adopting cloud services from multiple providers. This has created a host of challenges in managing identity and access across multiple clouds, and has introduced several risks that need to be addressed urgently.
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Dealing Effectively with Modern, Industrialized Cyber Threats
The cyber threat landscape has become very complex, with state-of-the-art intrusion, ransomware, and cryptocurrency mining tools now readily available through online stores and service providers, and an expanding attack surface due to increased cloud computing and remote working. Keeping data secure while ensuring its availability to legitimate users has become extremely challenging.
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Taking the Risk Out of Key Digital Business Enablers: APIs
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are among the foundations of modern digital business. APIs are found everywhere due to a rapid growth in demand to expose and consume APIs to enable new business models and connect with partners and customers, but APIs are also a security risk that businesses can’t afford to ignore.
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Unify Identity and Security to Block Identity-Based Cyber Attacks
Compromised credentials are a top cyber-attack method. Identity-based attacks are on the rise, it is therefore vital that businesses can detect the misuse of enterprise identities to block attackers from getting unfettered insider access to IT systems and data. But that can be challenging in today’s distributed, hybrid, and multi-cloud business IT environment.
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IAM Projects Done Right
Delivering effective IAM is not always easy, and around half of IAM projects run into difficulties and stall. While opting for IAM that is delivered as a service is a potential solution, not all offerings are equal. Finding a service with the right combination of well-integrated capabilities is crucial to success.
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Why Architects Should Rethink Authorizations
In the digital era, organizations are increasingly interacting online with contractors, partners, and customers. Traditional role-based authorization frameworks are not designed to provide these external identities with the right access to resources, services, and apps. A new approach is required.
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You Can Only Protect and Govern the Data You Know About
Data is widely recognized as the lifeblood of the modern enterprise. However, the exponential rate at which it is being generated means that it is crucial that organizations have the capability to manage it effectively to ensure its confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
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Advanced Authorization in a Web 3.0 World
Business and just about every other kind of interaction is moving online, with billions of people, connected devices, machines, and bots sharing data via the internet. Consequently, managing who and what has access to what in what context, is extremely challenging. Business success depends on finding a solution.