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SecOps Best Friend? Automation.

SecOps Best Friend? Automation.

Security automation is now a top concern for enterprises as the attack surface expands given more remote workers, more devices, and new attack vectors in the cloud.
Automation is rising because IT leaders are realizing it paves the way to reducing risks, gaining greater visibility into their networks, and getting the most from their security investments.

Privileged Task Automation Frees Up Time for Stressed Out IT Teams

Privileged Task Automation Frees Up Time for Stressed Out IT Teams

Automation technologies, from Robotic Process Automation (RPA), to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), are transforming business processes and operating models. These are relatively new categories, and most enterprises do not yet have the skills to implement automation technologies successfully, including Privileged Task Automation (PTA) associated with a robust Privileged Access Management (PAM) posture.

Zero Trust Plus Zero Touch Equals Exponential Benefits

Zero Trust Plus Zero Touch Equals Exponential Benefits

Apps are increasingly moving to the cloud, especially as more and more people are working remotely and expect to access them from anywhere, any time, on multiple devices. Despite that, the way enterprises secure access to applications has largely remained unchanged, as they are still focused and dependent on the corporate network perimeter.

Enterprise Risk Appetite Frameworks Should Include PAM

Enterprise Risk Appetite Frameworks Should Include PAM

Just as cyber risks evolve, the evolution of risk appetite frameworks is more active than ever. With more sophisticated adversaries, more digital transformation initiatives, more mobile works, ecosystem partnerships and connectivity to multiple clouds and services, enlightened management teams and their boards are updating their levels of “risk tolerance.”

Five Best Practices for Modern Security Governance

Five Best Practices for Modern Security Governance

Corporate information security governance is a foundation upon which organizations can build an increasingly significant part of their overall risk management platform. The foundation of a successful security governance program begins with strong upper-level management support, including the CEO, Chairman and Board Members.