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Ensure the right user has access to the right resource at the right level of trust.
Can you answer the questions:
Who accessed what and when? How was their identity verified?
By default, user identities are distributed among cloud applications, virtual environments, networks and web portals. With no central access management strategy, businesses of all sizes lose precious security and productivity:
Cloud access management solutions have emerged to address these challenges, and enable secure cloud adoption in the enterprise through several key functionalities:
Learn more about SafeNet Trusted Access:
PKI-based authentication, cloud single sign-on and access management are no longer mutually exclusive. With SafeNet Trusted Access, organizations can use their current PKI smart cards to secure cloud and web-based applications.
Lawyers typically have very specific IT needs and user experience is key. As a niche industry, security is critical to their business survival. The danger of cyber-attacks is real: The FBI has been warning about impending attacks for a few years. With the growing number of...
An international real estate development company wanted to offer employees a convenient way of working remotely by easily and securely accessing the corporate network as well as cloud and web-based applications. Concerned with the rising number of security breaches, the...
The need to enable a mobile workforce and allow employees, contractor and consultants to work from home or outside the office has never been greater..
Gemalto surveyed 1,000 IT decision makers to compile the 2018 Identity and Access Management Index. This webinar shares the key findings that will shape cybersecurity and the way enterprise IT professionals evaluate and implement access management technology.
We all know the cloud is here to stay. Nothing short of a zombie apocalypse or nuclear Armageddon is going to slow down the steady momentum of cloud adoption. We’ve all come to recognize the benefits of the cloud – agility, economic value, and backup/recovery. The nonprofit Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) promotes best practices for Secure Cloud Computing. CSA gathered expert cloud security stakeholders and produced a clear and actionable set of recommendations in the book “Security Guidance for Critical Areas of Focus in Cloud Computing v4.0”. Eric Wolff, cloud subject-matter expert at Thales eSecurity, presents specific cloud migration use cases and coalesces, with actionable advice, recommendations scattered across Security Guidance disciplines, paying particular attention to data protection and encryption key management. For each use case, Patrick Hannah, VP of Engineering and co-founder of CloudHesive, a cloud consulting and managed services provider, will provide real-world case studies of customer cloud migrations. We will also hear from our legal expert on what you should be concerned with on your cloud migration.
The explosion of cloud-based applications is making IT and security professionals rethink their cloud identity management strategy. Learn how deploying an Identity Provider enables Single Sign-On, compliance with regulations such as PCI DSS and reduced management overheads.
Thales is a proud member of the Identity Defined Security Alliance, a group of identity and security vendors, solution providers and practitioners that acts as an independent source of education and information on identity centric security strategies. The IDSA facilitates community collaboration to create a body of knowledge providing organizations with practical guidance, implementation best practices and validated solutions to reduce the risk of a breach.