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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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Security Priorities, Zero Trust (Again!) and Employee or Insider: Cybersecurity News for May

If April brings cybersecurity showers, does that mean that May would bring cybersecurity flowers? At Idenhaus, we think so! The good news is that while the numbers are staying fairly steady as far as breaches, the amount of cybersecurity planning and ramp-up we are seeing is very promising. The government is looking to help those …

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Crisp Reading for the Fall Season: IAM Article Roundup

Thanks for checking out our biweekly digest of articles for Identity Management Professionals. Click here to view the healthcare-focused digest. Peruse our resources for webinars, case studies, infographics, and educational videos. Subscribe to our Identity Management biweekly and/or our Healthcare Cybersecurity and IAM digest, delivered biweekly on Tuesdays at 8 PM ET. Crisp Reading for the Fall Season: Your IAM Article Roundup for Identity …

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Making the Case for Zero Trust

What Is Perimeter Security? Before Zero Trust, most organizations relied on corporate-issued devices running on the local network. Most IT security models were based on protecting an internal, trusted network that was connected to an external, untrusted network. This security model is referred to as ‘perimeter security’ and it is a style of defense much …

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