With the average cost of a data breach at $3.86 million, more businesses are looking for ways to strengthen the security of their networks and applications. Passwords are especially vulnerable because many internet users reuse their passwords for multiple accounts. ...
Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) solutions provide necessary identity security for customer-facing enterprises and their customers. These solutions offer many of the same protections as an employee-oriented Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution, including defenses against credential abuse, identity theft, Single Sign-On, authentication protocols, and Active Directory.
Optimal IdM, a leading provider of Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions, is proud to announce we have won the following two awards from Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM), the industry’s leading electronic information security magazine. Read more!
In March 2020, Okta revealed that LUPSUS$ stole and leaked some of their customers’ information online. While the incident is over for Okta, understanding the extent of the damages and how they occurred can help other companies determine how to protect themselves and their clients.
CIAM addresses issues around customer expectations, performance and scalability, customer data integration, fraud prevention, and security. Unlike IAM, which is internally focused, CIAM is designed from the ground up to please customers and control access in a way that is transparent, customizable, and secure. ...
Depending on the nature of your projects, security and privacy can be serious concerns. Especially for companies using a remote or hybrid-remote approach. Optimal IdM offers advice about the best secure authentication methods for teams working from home.
Statistics show that 36.2 million Americans will be working from home by 2025.Companies need to be aware of cyber threats to remote employees. The amount of cyberattacks has increased by 30% since 2020. And it’s common for cybercriminals to access a company’s network through remote employees’ devices. If these 2022 cybersecurity statistics have taught us anything, it’s that businesses need to take cyberthreats seriously.
Currently, ransomware is currently one of the most prevalent threats in the cybersecurity sphere, and it looks different for every business. Some businesses in certain sectors face higher levels of risk. This risk might be associated with factors like the nature of the company’s data or how much it’s willing to pay to keep operations moving.
As the world adjusts to a new normal, the cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve. New vulnerabilities and threats have opened up new doors for hackers, with the number of cyberattacks per year jumping 31% from 2020 to 2021. How businesses responded in 2021 made a big difference in their ability to withstand threats.