A large healthcare organization manages over 31,000 identities across different units including clinics, home health services, and healthcare providers. When they decided to upgrade their Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system to a cloud-based approach, they knew the initiative would be a challenge. The company was...
The value of your Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) program is directly proportional to the quality and richness of the identity data available to it. Policies, automation, and workflows are only as good as the data that feeds them. What we believe about the state of our data is often inconsistent with...
Spoiler alert: In 2022, audits found open source in 100% of our customer engagements.
Since open source usages are now so pervasive, companies are increasingly concerned about the security of applications built on the foundation of open source components. Consequently, open source security and license compliance...
Okta Identity Governance has enjoyed success in its first quarter of global availability as businesses unify access management and governance. Okta is surprised by the amount of traction its governance offering has gained with large enterprises and in competitive bake-offs, says CEO Todd McKinnon.
Today’s global fraud outlook sits at the intersection of market volatility, accelerated digital transformation and consumer vulnerability. Cybercrime-as-a-service plug and
play technology tools are making it easier than ever for even unsophisticated fraud rings to launch and scale costly attacks.
Okta will execute the third-largest round of layoffs of any cybersecurity company in the current economic downturn, axing 300 workers following customer identity execution challenges. The identity giant plans to reduce its staff by 5% in a push to reduce operating expenses and improve profitability.
Radiant Logic has agreed to buy Brainwave to move from an attestation-based identity governance model to one that more rigorously ensures the appropriateness of credentials. Brainwave uses data and AI to tell customers where in the organization user identities are most likely to be out of sync.
Privileged access management vendor Delinea has hired longtime RSA sales leader David Castignola to expand beyond North America as well as in nonregulated industries. Delinea hopes to increase sales beyond verticals such as financial services, banking, healthcare, insurance and the public sector.
SailPoint has made its first acquisition since joining Thoma Bravo, scooping up a third-party identity risk startup established by a Massachusetts Air National Guard veteran. Buying SecZetta will give customers more visibility into employee, third-party contractor and temporary worker identities.
Simeio has added SailPoint and IBM to its identity and access management line card through the purchase of identity services provider PathMaker Group. The first acquisition in its 17-year history will give Simeio access to senior-level personnel with deep knowledge in identity governance.
Over the last few years, cloud acceleration, security threats, and constant technology transformation, bombarded enterprises. For many, inflexible IGA technology worsened the challenges brought on by constant business shifts. The lack of comprehensive identity controls or policies puts organizations at risk.
Government-imposed rules on incident reporting by organizations impacted by cyberattacks are not new – many sectors have been subjected to them for decades. What is new is that governments are introducing new, more stringent incident reporting rules that will affect a broader set of organizations.
Okta has stemmed employee attrition and accelerated customer identity sales by clarifying product function but now has to grapple with longer sales cycles for small to midsized businesses. Okta says efforts to reposition its customer identity offering over the past quarter have borne fruit.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission pushed until June 9 the date for nonbanking financial firms to follow cybersecurity mandates in the updated Safeguards Rule. The agency approved the update in a partisan vote in October 2021, imposing requirements such as a written information security program.