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Identity-Powered Security

IDENTITY-POWERED SECURITY Without Identity there is a Security Gap Breaches are still happening. Over 60% of organizations have had at least one in the past 12 months. Frequency of successful attacks in the past 12 months: More than 10 times 7% een 6& times 9% Between 1 & 5 times 46% Not once 38% More security intelligence is needed. . Only 27% are confident in their ability to investigate security breaches. Are root-cause analysis capabilities adequate? Strongly disagree 2% Somewhat disagree Don't agree or disagree 15% Somewhat agree 47% Strongly agree 27% Protection is weakest for mobile and social. Emerging technologies push the envelope of traditional security tools, a new approach is needed. 3.0 2.9 2.8 2.7--- 2.6 2.5 Mobile devices (smartphones, tables) Laptops / Notebooks Desktops (PCs) Social media applications (FB, Twitter) Perceived security posture by IT domain (with 5 being best). In Search of the Elusive User. Organizations are looking to reduce the attack surface with privileged user and identity management solutions. User activity monitoring Security information & event management (SIEM) Identity & access management /governance Vulnerability assessment / managemeńt (VA/VM) Privileged user / identity management 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 Perceived effectiveness of security and ID management solutions (with 5 being best). |NetIQ. Download the 2014 Cyberthreat Defense Report today: Source information: Cyberthreat 2014 Defense Report North America & Europe.

Identity-Powered Security

shared by microfocus on Feb 09
Despite steady investments in security, ever larger data breaches continue to dominate the news. Increasing IT complexity, driven in part by cloud, mobility, and social identity, continue to make the ...






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