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Here are 9 informative and insightful IAM and cybersecurity articles from November 2018. Enjoy!
Identity and Access Management assessments are a vital first step to help organizations structure their programs and define a successful implementation strategy.
A Planning Guide for Identity and Access Management via CIOReview
In the era of digital transformation, every organization is figuring out how to manage digital identities for its employees and customers. Traditionally, IT owned all technology functions, and as a result, identity management automatically fell in their lap.
The regional data watchdog deemed that plain text storage of passwords breached legislation that implements the GDPR in Germany (specifically article 32 of the DS-SGVO), and imposed its first penalty under the regulation.
Half of all Phishing Sites Now Have the Padlock via Krebs on Security
A PhishLabs survey conducted last year found more than 80% of respondents believed the green lock indicated a website was either legitimate and/or safe.
European consumer organisations say Google breaching privacy rules via TelecomPaper
A number of European consumer organisations say Google’s way of tracking user location is in breach of GDPR privacy rules.
On the face of it, organisations were just made liable for nefarious data doings of any nasty individual they might have had the misfortune to employ…or nice employees who just mess up. Even if organisations do nothing wrong and things happen in spite of ‘appropriate’ control, they might be vicariously liable.
Only 41 percent of government agencies have met the federal guidelines for identity and access management, according to a Nov. 13 report.
How to Shop Online Like a Security Pro via Krebs on Security
‘Tis the season when even those who know a thing or two about Internet scams tend to let down their guard in the face of an eye-popping discount or the stress of last-minute holiday shopping.
RBAC is both manageable and attainable although many organizations struggle with RBAC. To realize its promise, a disciplined, methodical approach is key to successful deployment.
Check out last month’s Idenhaus Identity Management & Cybersecurity biweekly 8 Excellent Cybersecurity & Access Management Articles, October 2018.
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