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Here are 8 informative and insightful IAM and cybersecurity articles from late October 2018. Enjoy!
4 Key Benefits of Process Analysis in Identity Management via Idenhaus
Investing a mere 10% of your time upfront on analysis, planning, and design is a critical investment in your IAM program and will significantly improve your chances of success.
Education Department Warns Universities to Improve Identity Management via EdTech
As hackers attempt to target student loans, university IT teams need to take a look at their identity management systems.
Evolution of the Zero Trust Model for Cybersecurity via Homeland Security Today
To implement zero trust cybersecurity, four components are required: Devices, transport, cloud, and apps. Let’s examine the role of each in the context of a typical, modern enterprise deployment.
The AI Cold War That Threatens Us All via Wired
In China and the West alike, power comes from controlling data, making sense of it, and using it to influence how people behave.
Third Party Tracking in the Mobile Ecosystem via University of Oxford
Third party tracking allows companies to identify users and track their behavior across multiple digital services. This paper presents an empirical study of the prevalence of third-party trackers on 959,000 apps from the US and UK Google Play stores.
Quantum Computers will Break the Encryption that Protects the Internet via Economist
NIST is running a competition to kick the tires on various quantum-resistant proposals. But its conclusions are not due until 2024.
IDSA Integration Framework via IDSA
The IDSA Integration Framework defines the capabilities and technologies that help organizations implement comprehensive, next-generation solutions that securely place identity at the center of security. The framework provides the high-level integration points giving customers and prospects a jump start on green field projects, as well as transforming existing infrastructure.
Successfully Integrating HR Processes with Identity Management [WEBINAR REPLAY] via Idenhaus
We had a great session on Friday discussing how to successfully integrate HR processes and Identity Management. Be sure to listen to the excellent Q&A at the end!
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