Cybersecurity

Identity Management and the Second Half of the Chessboard

by Hanno Ekdahl Ray Kurzweil coined the phrase “second half of the chessboard” when describing the point where an exponentially growing factor begins to have a significant economic impact on an organization’s overall business strategy, in particular with regard to technology. Small issues in data quality, solution design, and processes become a force multiplier at …

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Staggering Up Legacy OS Hill, Staying Ahead Of Hackers With AI & IAM and More

Sometimes, it can feel like your organization is stuck in a cybersecurity rut. Other times, your organization is actually stuck, but not in any rut- just in the legacy systems that continue to work enough to not need replacing. Legacy systems are creating plenty of extra issues for those who have to keep using them …

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Data Quality Issues – How They Affect Security & Your Bottom Line

by Leah Livingston Last week, we brought to light some data quality issues that are affecting all aspects of the organization. You probably asked yourself, “Wait, our poor data quality is affecting our security posture, as well as our profit margin?” The short answer is, absolutely. Remember our examples? It’s not just slow onboarding or …

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Nurses, Nurses, Nurses, and How Cybersecurity Is Helping (And Sometimes Hurting) Nursing Today

Most times, the real superheroes don’t wear capes. They wear PPE and help keep our bodies and minds safe from bacterial invaders and foreign objects. However, the real heroes of nursing are those who not only juggle healthcare and the ins-and-outs of healthy bodies and minds, but the ones who juggle legacy PHI systems, old …

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