What to Look for in a Cybersecurity Open Ecosystem

June 10, 2019

Enterprise IT is growing more complex, with rapid advances in areas ranging from multi-cloud to microservices, from machine learning to containers. One global survey of CIOs reveals that a single mobile or web transaction crosses about 35 different technology systems, up from 22 only five years ago.1 This growing complexity makes it difficult for security teams to monitor and protect enterprise IT.

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Friction-free Identification and Authentication. By using all of the thousands of data points available such as typing or swiping techniques, location, online habits, face recognition, devices, and yes even passwords, we can determine someone is who they say they are; we even know the Monday person can behave differently to the Friday person.

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