Securing remote administrator login to Windows Server has always been a challenge. To enforce best practices such as complex passwords and Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) required installing additional plugins and tools on all machines in the environment to prompt and enforce the organizational policies. Additionally, this adds complexity to the build process and may get missed
The Preempt Platform extends Ping Federate to any network resource, even access to systems via Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) without the use of additional agents on the endpoint or target servers. Preempt does this using risk modeling of both the user and the behavior via a Machine Learning (ML) model. This compasses many kinds of
In this blog, let’s go through few challenges and see how can these be solved using IdentityForge RACF connector Challenge 1: Creating a stock RACF user with access Most manual processes used to manage user id creation and access on RACF today involves creating a user on RACF. However, a stock id created on RACF
In 2020, the United States Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act1). The CARES Act created a new lending program for small businesses. Most technology businesses can benefit from the CARES Act. The exceptions are organizations that are controlled by venture capital or private equity firms and some online retailers.
The connection between CCPA and GDPR With the rate of data creation and consumption growing faster than toilet paper in a pandemic (too soon…?), governmental interference was as guaranteed as tax season. We watched as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) swept over any organization handling the personal data of individuals living in the EU and
The insurance industry has always been a hotspot for IT security threats since the information that can be used for insurance fraud is a hot commodity amongst hackers. Health insurance fraud alone accounts for a hefty $80 billion bill each year as estimated by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI). In fact, who could forget