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Minimizing Business Risks through Enterprise SSO

by Martin Kuppinger
Speakers
Martin Kuppinger Principal Analyst
KuppingerCole
Martin Kuppinger
Martin Kuppinger is Founder and Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole, a leading analyst company for identity focused information security, both in classical and in cloud environments. Prior to KuppingerCole, Martin wrote more than 50 IT-related books and is known  as a widely-read columnist...
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Joe Skocich WW Sales Integration Leader for Encentuate
IBM
Joe Skocich
Joe Skocich is the WW Sales Integration Executive for TAM for Enterprise Single Sign-on at IBM. He has been a provider of of Identity and Access Management solutions for the last 12 years. He also serves IBM in the capacity of Identity and Compliance sales strategy.
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Playlist
KuppingerCole Webinars
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You Deserve a Better Security Testing Experience
To remain competitive, businesses are embracing digital transformation, adopting cloud services and agile software development. But this is creating opportunities for attackers because most organizations lack the skills, knowledge, and expertise to match attackers’ ability to find and exploit vulnerabilities. There needs to be a shift in the way organizations conduct security testing.
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Passwordless Customer Authentication: Reduce Friction and Increase Security
Acquiring and retaining customers is key in the modern world of e-commerce, but this can be challenging if creating and accessing accounts is difficult. Online traders need to find ways of turning authentication into a competitive edge by reducing friction and improving security.
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Modern Identity Management: Security Without Compromising Usability
In the digital age, effective customer, partner, and employee identity and access management (IAM) is essential to enable secure online transactions, collaboration, and other interactions. But finding the right balance between security and usability has traditionally been challenging and required compromise. However, this is changing.
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Zero Trust: Putting Theory Into Practice
Now is the time to implement the Zero Trust security model because the traditional model of enforcing security at the network perimeter is no longer effective. However, moving from theory into practice can be challenging unless you start with a key element like effective endpoint management.
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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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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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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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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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A DevSecOps Maturity Model for Secrets Management
Recent high-profile software supply chain attacks have highlighted the importance of security in the DevOps environment. But this can be challenging because DevOps teams are at the forefront of digital transformation and use agile techniques to deliver applications quickly, often not following traditional paths of identity management.
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Understanding the Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) Market
Business IT environments continue to undergo rapid and continual change as businesses seek to improve productivity and efficiency by adopting cloud-based services and enabling employees to work on a wide range of mobile devices. But this has in turn created opportunities for attackers.