In just a few months, millions of people began using verifiable credentials and distributed identity as part of the European Union’s Digital COVID Certificate. But despite their rapid uptake, many identity experts are new to these new technologies. Read Ingo Schubert’s blog post recapping his KuppingerCole keynote to learn more.
Join Hector Monsegur, Corporate Pen-Tester and Expert Security Researcher, Alacrinet, and Christopher Williams, SecurID Solutions Architect & Field CTO on Thursday, July 22 at 1 PM eastern for a webinar discussion on how organizations can use identity governance to maintain workers’ productivity and ensure organizational security.
Identiverse explored the trends that brought IAM and IGA where they are today. Recap what those trends are to see what they mean for identity’s future—and where businesses should invest in identity solutions to get the greatest value.
At Identiverse, SecurID will share some of the trends that have shaped the evolution of identity and discuss the ways that access management, authentication and governance have changed over the last year. Preview our session and see some of the trends shaping identity’s future.
The online world runs on trust. But recent hacks—including the SolarWinds hack and the Nobelium exploit of U.S. AID—demonstrate that trust can be a major liability. Zero trust identity strategies can help prevent hacks and protect users, businesses, and sensitive information.
Identity is the control plane for connecting users and data securely. But getting identity ‘right’ is harder than ever. Join SecurID’s webinar on April 15, 2021 to hear from identity experts and learn how identity can enhance your operation’s security and resilience.
The RSA Evolution of Identity Summit will convene thought leaders from across the sector to discuss challenges around cloud and remote workforce security, trends such as Zero Trust, passwordless authentication, and the future of identity and access management.
The checklist of concerns for businesses to address as they reopen amid an on-going health crisis is long. Among the many challenges, start by focusing on compliance, privacy and dynamic workforce risk.
Consulting firms have outlined a 90-day plan for moving into the digital future. Often, these overlook critical security functions. David Strom offers three considerations for how to navigate these potential challenges.
Amid a workforce revolution, organizations must pivot to respond quickly and support distributed workforces capable of working securely. The journey to passwordless authentication will dramatically accelerate as organizations look to provide simple and secure access to resources for remote employees.