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One of the fundamental changes is the shift in technology from physical servers to virtual servers and then from virtual servers to Cloud servers.
“Part of [our plan] was making sure cyber security was firmly at the table in budget planning. Our approach was more a conversation about cyber as an element of enterprise risk management. We provided relevant examples of the growing risk of cyberattacks, and associated costs of incidents and breaches. We also examined and tracked spending in ways that provided a clearer picture of initiatives across the organization that support enhancing security. In other words, better understanding what we were spending beyond just my office’s direct costs.”
Understanding Role Based Access Control (RBAC) via Idenhaus
This article serves as an introduction to understanding role-based access control and how it can benefit your organization.
Under the bill, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) would create recommendations for the federal government’s use of internet of things devices, including establishing minimum security requirements to address the products’ cyber vulnerabilities.
UK signals intelligence agency GCHQ, celebrating its centenary, has released emulators for famed World War II-era cipher machines that can be run within its web-based educational encryption app CyberChef.
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Check out our previous digest of Identity & Access Management articles here: 7 Must-Read IDaaS, Cybersecurity, and PAM Articles, February 2019
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