Endpoint-Security Companies in High Demand for Buyouts, Partnerships
Joe Stanganelli 2/28/2019 13 comments
Since last year, endpoint-protection firms have been among the biggest movers and shakers in the cybersecurity realm – with the endpoint-security market seeing more than a typical share of acquisitions and strategic partnerships. Joe Stanganelli takes a look at why this might be happening.
Should All IAM Be CIAM?
Joe Stanganelli 1/30/2019 6 comments
CIAM vendors are right that traditional IAM isn't going to cut it for customer-facing solutions – but their sound premises have led to the perverse conclusion of keeping in-house IAM systems suboptimal. What if the power of CIAM could help employees realize better usability and security too?
GDPR Fines: Some Bark, Little Bite
Joe Stanganelli 12/3/2018 6 comments
As Security Now says 'Happy Halfiversary' to GDPR, we take a look at what few GDPR fines and other DPA orders and guidance have been made public over the past six months.
Lock Up Your Laptops: Cold Boot Attacks Are Back
Joe Stanganelli 9/14/2018 Post a comment
Researchers at F-Secure have developed a workaround to nullify the popular ten-year-old patch that was thought to have solved the problem of cold-boot attacks. Encryption keys and other sensitive data on millions of laptops could be affected.
IAM Heads to the Mobile Cloud
Joe Stanganelli 8/16/2018 Post a comment
Persisting problems with identity and access management combined with usability demands are influencing the IAM market. But will enterprise IT step up its IAM game?
California's CCPA Law: Why CISOs Need to Take Heed
Joe Stanganelli 7/26/2018 1 comment
The recently enacted California Consumer Privacy Act, while hardly a sweeping reform of the state's privacy laws, changes the playing field for IT risk and liability where California residents' personal information is concerned.
Is Florida Really Such a Cybersecurity Risk?
Joe Stanganelli 6/18/2018 1 comment
In the wake of a personal-security research report declaring Florida to have the highest level of cybersecurity-risk in the US, a closer look suggests this finding may be neither the most reliable nor the most compelling.
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