Posts Tagged ‘IAM’

Big Blue Joins Forces With Lighthouse Security

IBM leverages acquisitions to stay neck-and-neck with rivals in security space.

Are Cloud and BYOD Making Your Clients Less Safe?

The productivity and cost benefits of cloud and ubiquitous mobile access are balanced by commensurate increase in risks to security and regulatory compliance, a new study shows.

Mycroft Debuts CA-Powered XSpectra Managed IAM Services

Looking to address the identity access needs of SMBs, security service provider Mycroft is debuting a full suite of IAM services powered by the enterprise-grade CA CloudMinder solutions from CA Technologies.

RSA: IAM Will Require Paradigm Shift

RSA says that the future of identity and access management solutions will be contingent on its ability to adapt to shifting technological tides and advanced threats. That means that with the infusion of analytics and security intelligence, the IAM market is far from stagnant.

McAfee Embarks on IAM Foray

McAfee is making forays into the IAM space — or rather, the burgeoning cloud IAM space — with new single sign-on and one-time password authentication tools that take aim at legacy players.

CA Boosts IAM With Cloud, Mobile Refresh

CA Technologies is refreshing its identity and access management portfolio with a new cloud and mobile look and feel. CA’s rejuvenated IAM investments indicates that the market is likely primed for an upsurge in growth,, propelled by compliance and the cloud.

Study: Neglecting Security Opens Doors For PIM

A survey conducted by Lieberman Softtware indicates that as many as 80 percent of employees regularly ignore security policies and directives, even if issued from executive management. No surprises there, but it does open doors for a few highly specialized differentiators, including privileged identity management, that represent a profitable alternative to commoditizing IAM solutions.

CA: Cloud Security Still Needs Improvement

A study commissioned by CA Technologies indicates that most organizations have improved security best practices and awareness over the last three years. That said, only about half of respondents expressed confidence in their cloud security mechanisms, indicating that the channel still a long ways to go.