IDaaS: Your Identity Fabric. Connecting Every User to Every Service, Seamlessly

Workforce mobility, rapidly changing business models and business partnerships contribute to a trend where businesses must be able to seamlessly enable access for everyone, to every digital service. These services might be public cloud, they might be web applications with or without support for federation standards, they might be solely backend services accessed via APIs, or even legacy applications exposed only via some sort of middleware. However, agility in the digital journey mandates that IT can provide seamless access to all these services while keeping in control and enforcing security. Identity as a Service offering, whether deployed from a public or hybrid cloud, can take a central role, by acting as the common fabric connecting all the users and all the services. Such services include support for adaptive authentication, auditing features, broad federation services, authorization capabilities, and various capabilities.
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Reduce API Security Risks with Automated and Continuous API Scanning

Digital businesses have widespread API usage that makes it easier for organizations to share data and integrate with customer applications. However, since APIs expose application logic and sensitive data such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII), APIs have increasingly become a target for attackers leading to many serious data breaches in recent past. Gartner estimates that by 2022, API abuse will become the most-frequent attack vector, resulting in data breaches for many organizations.
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How to Leverage Hacking Competitions as an Educational and Recruitment Tool

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One of the most-heard complaints from security experts is that often they find their work repetitive ("The CFO's laptop has been compromised... again!"), which results in the desire of trying something "new", meaning "leave for another company." Another common complaint is that the work is very compartmentalized, and there are few occasions in which the various security specialists can enjoy working as a team. One activity that can help build a team while improving the security skills of the people involved is participating in Capture the Flag (CTF) hacking competitions. In 2003 at the University of California at Santa Barbara, one of the world's largest attack-defense CTF competitions began and has grown year-after-year, pushing the limits of the players and providing opportunities for better learning. In addition, hacking competitions are a great opportunity for recruiting new talent: CTF participants are highly skilled, well-motivated, and hard-working, which are great traits for a future employee.
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Adopting a proactive approach to security with Extended Security Posture Management (XSPM)

Don’t miss Omdia’s expert cybersecurity analysts as they discuss Extended Security Posture Management (XSPM), a new proactive approach destined to help organizations reevaluate security programs and investments, asses the effectiveness of their end-to-end security, and how to get the data needed to make better decisions on risk management.
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Re-imagine Data Security at Zero Cost

Fortanix Data Security Manager (DSM) EXPLORER - The new FREE tier of Fortanix's industry-leading Data Security Manager SaaS allows you to immediately use specific key management and tokenization use case solutions, including with public cloud providers AWS, Google, and Microsoft.
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