Now with a U.S. Department of Defense Impact Level 4 Provisional Authorization, Okta offers modern cloud-based access management to support today’s dynamic mission, veteran and dependent needs.
As a trusted identity management provider to the U.S. Federal Government, Okta keeps driving to ensure that all mission...
Coming soon in 2022, Okta Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) and Privileged Access Management (PAM) will make it easier for higher education institutions to manage complex identity lifecycles, control access, and meet compliance requirements.
Healthcare organizations cannot adequately protect the safety and privacy of their patients and staff unless they have efficient, accurate systems to manage third-party identity risk.
By managing third-party risk at the identity level, healthcare organizations can make better-informed access decisions. Adopting a...
A surging remote workforce is reemphasizing the importance of endpoint security as a pillar of your security operations toolset. But if you are using a legacy Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) that uses multiple consoles it’s definitely time to consider an upgrade.
This webinar will share how you can quickly...
Multi-factor authentication is defined as two out of the three categories of knowledge, possession, and inherence
factors. For example, a password plus SMS OTP would be a combination of knowledge and possession; a
password with biometric would be a combination of knowledge and inherence.
However, there’s also a...
Two thirds of employees now work remotely, and need to be able to access their
work-related apps and data everywhere, anytime, from any device. Enterprises
need a new comprehensive security solution that’s frictionless for end-users yet
protects all web, cloud and on-premises enterprise activity.
The accelerated path to remote work
Around the world, companies and institutions have
had to upscale their virtual private networks (VPNs),
adopt cloud-based workplace applications at record
speed, and make several rapidfire decisions to better
enable their teams. But this sudden transition to remote
The adoption of cloud-native, distributed applications has accelerated reliance on
APIs. Today, by some estimates, API calls represent 83% of all web traffic. Since
they provide direct access to critical services and data, APIs have become a rich
target for hackers.
The D.A.R.T. API Security Methodology provides...
There is little doubt that business email compromise is a prevalent and
financially damaging threat. By exploiting the relationships that people have
established with their executives, coworkers, and partners, these attacks dupe
both traditional email security tools and the humans they target. Stopping...
There is little doubt that vendor email compromise is a rising, and
financially damaging threat. By exploiting the trust organizations place
in their vendors, these attacks dupe both humans and traditional email
security tools that rely on threat intelligence. Stopping VEC requires
implementing a solution that can...
As organizations pursue a new paradigm for protection against
advanced email threats, they should look for one that provides the
greatest efficiencies with their M365 architecture and existing EOP
and/or MDO investments. To do so, they should turn to a solution with
an API-based architecture that uses data science...
Static application security testing (SAST) plays a major
role in securing the software development lifecycle (SDLC).
Unlike dynamic application security testing (DAST), where
you need the system running to interact with it, SAST
works at the source code level prior to compiling. SAST
can address issues at the...
Security champions bridge the gap between security and development teams. Both of these teams want to deliver secure applications at the speed that the business demands, but traditionally, security practices are added into the SDLC without scaling knowledge and practices through development teams. This creates...
Cloud native applications don’t just run on a different platform; they
overhaul the scope of the applications, the methodologies with
which they’re built, and the skills and ownership around them. To
stay relevant, security practices need to undergo a transformation of
a similar magnitude. We have to embrace a...
The state of the art application security tool needs to combine the power of SAST and
DAST, with a focus on integrating security into the SDLC as early as possible. Additionally, the
tool needs to be developer-first — fast, seamless, contextualized, prioritized — in order to drive
adoption. And finally, it...