When two corporate IT environments come together, IT administrators come face to face with one of the biggest IT challenges of a successful merger: privileged identity management.
The survey revealed, to no great surprise, that the majority (74%) of IT professionals work unpaid overtime each week. However, 34% reported working an average of more than 15 extra hours a week.
If you think about what an election is, you can see that it’s largely about data quality. Millions of people create a few pieces of data each. All that data flows through a multi-layered system and ends up being part of a very critical dataset that drives very real world matters. Is there any place where the security and integrity of information is more important?
Cyber security insurance will never pay off for the purchaser because it does not replace proper security or internal IT controls.
If the cloud becomes the primary data center, will there even be a need for a traditional IT department? A third (33%) of nearly 140 IT pros polled thought that the cloud will be the end of the traditional IT team.
If you have passwords, and you know you do, you’re going to have to face Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes. Don’t let it be too scary.
“This is cyber Pearl Harbor,” said Philip Lieberman, President and CEO of Lieberman Software. “This is the first time we’ve ever seen a general attack that affects everybody.”
The joint Balabit – Lieberman Software solution forms an end-to-end Privileged Access Management solution which protects IT assets and meets compliance requirements. Of course, the ultimate goal is protection against today’s most dangerous threats, the malicious insiders and APTs.
43% of respondents admitted they do not change their credentials in the cloud as frequently as they do on premises.
There are a few steps we can easily take to increase our overall IT security posture. I advocate for paying special attention to privilege management. Here are five reason why.