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To truly secure your organization, it’s important to put security at the forefront of every strategic decision you make.
Bad actors are no longer waiting for public vulnerabilities. They’re actively injecting malicious code into open-source projects that feed the global supply chain.
Consumers expect a quick and frictionless experience in today's digital-first world when accessing any product or service. However, while delivering these frictionless experiences, it's also essential to consider their security ramifications.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) and one-time-passwords (OTPs) are being used to verify identities, some argue, at the cost of customer convenience. So how do you implement security controls for your customers without asking them to do too much?
A digital transformation journey isn’t as easy as onboarding a third-party provider and training your workforce. There is a lot that can go wrong, and steps must be taken to prevent that.
Virtually every business in the world has to deal with third parties. Whether you want to host something in the cloud or want a collaboration tool for your remote workforce, it’s much more feasible to seek a third-party product or service instead of reinventing the wheel.
Third-party collaborations don’t come without security risks. More cyberattacks are stemming from third-party integrations than ever before. So, how do you assess risk before onboarding the third party? And how do you manage their access lifecycle?
More and more companies worldwide are shifting to API-driven architectures to revamp service delivery and decrease the time-to-market. But the shift doesn’t come without its challenges.