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Here are the top IAM and cybersecurity articles from late July 2018. Enjoy!
Using Blockchain to Support a New Approach to ID Management via BankInfoSecurity
At the crux of this new model for ID management is blockchain technology, which can be leveraged to ensure the integrity of identity information.
Identity eats security: How identity management is driving security via CSO
New intelligent identity management systems are changing the way organizations authenticate users and devices, and they’re making identity the new security perimeter.
Two-Thirds of Organizations Hit in Supply-Chain Attacks via DarkReading
New global survey by CrowdStrike shows the average cost of a software supply chain attack is $1.1 million.
Between You, Me, and Google: Problems With Gmail’s “Confidential Mode” via EFF
Under Section 1201 of the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act, making a commercial product that bypasses IRM is a potential felony, and is so broad and sloppily drafted that just revealing defects in Google IRM could land you in court.
How hackers exploit critical infrastructure via HelpNetSecurity
The most powerful issue here is the ability for attackers to target tangible systems such as power plants and refineries, without having to step foot into the local facility.
Hackers Hiding Web Shell Logins in Fake HTTP Error Pages via BleepingComputer
If you ever receive reports that your site is compromised and you investigate it, don’t automatically assume an error page is legitimate and investigate further by examining the source.
Security versus usability a conundrum in modern identity management? via CSO
In 2018, we now have a good grasp of the importance of a good UX and UI. But, when it comes to the security of digital identity, especially identity for the masses, how do we balance usability with security and add in a dash of verification too?
10 Most Common Identity & Access Management Stakeholders via Idenhaus
Stakeholder engagement is arguably the most important component of a successful Identity Management project. Yet organizations often treat stakeholders as an afterthought or a fringe activity that is secondary to their technical implementation.
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