We live in an increasingly connected and remote world. The issue of identity, and its inherent connection to security, is more important than ever. Identity-related breaches have become ubiquitous in the last 2 years [READ THE REPORT]. A lack of Identity and Access Management (IAM) maturity, an over-abundance of complex security technologies and confusion over where to start are just a few reasons that organizations miss the inherently valuable identity:security connection. The Identity Defined Security Framework is aimed at breaking the problems into common identity-centric security outcomes and implementation approaches – with the goal of providing guidance and tips for practitioners [REVIEW THE OUTCOMES].
Learn more about Identity Defined Security and how to apply the Framework to achieve security outcomes through identity and reduce your risk of an identity-centric breach.
Why Identity-Centric Security?
Most organizations recognize the importance of identity in a better user experience and streamlined operations. But over the last several years it has become the primary attack vector for hackers, and its role in a comprehensive security strategy has never been more important.
The Identity Defined Security Framework provides organizations practical guidance for implementing an identity-centric approach to security. Download the Whitepaper to learn more about the what, why and how of an identity-centric security approach to security and how it can reduce the risk of a breach.