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Six Keys to Successful Identity Assurance – Consistent Experience

In previous blog posts in this series, we talked about many ways to intelligently determine the right level of assurance for users gaining access to specific resources. While much of the goal is to minimize interruptions in the user experiences for authentication, there are many times when the user needs to interact in some way…

RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle: An Executive View from KuppingerCole

When one of the leading independent analyst organizations in the identity space weighs in favorably on your approach to identity governance, that’s news worth sharing. In the KuppingerCole Report “Executive View: RSA® Identity Governance and Lifecycle,” analyst John Tolbert gets at the heart of RSA’s belief in the effectiveness of an integrated, comprehensive, end-to-end approach:…

Six Keys to Successful Identity Assurance – Broader Ecosystem

Earlier in this blog series, we discussed anomaly detection and machine learning focusing primarily on examples that included information you could expect to be available from the system that provides your identity assurance. It’s likely, however, that there is much more data that can be leveraged for making system access decisions in your current IT…

Yin and Yang: Two Views on IAM – HR vs Identity Management

By Steve Mowll and Chris Williams POINT: NEWS FLASH identity management people, HR is not here to feed you with identity data! Steve Mowll, Systems Engineer, RSA Identity management teams may believe it is the human resource (HR) department’s responsibility to be an identity management provider. Unfortunately for IT, or fortunately for HR, it is…

Six Keys to Successful Identity Assurance – Machine Learning

In our last discussion on the six keys to an identity assurance strategy, we talked about anomaly detection. In that blog, we discussed recognizing normal and abnormal behavior. Recognizing this behavior, and adapting to changes in that behavior, is where the topic of this blog starts as our next key component of an identity assurance…

Six Keys to Successful Identity Assurance Strategy: Anomaly Detection

In granting access to users, understanding their behavior goes a long way towards providing frictionless security. As part of our blog series, Six Keys to a Successful Identity Assurance Strategy, we continue to explore going beyond simple two-factor (2FA) or multi-factor authentication (MFA) to create a successful identity assurance strategy for your organization. Previously, we…

Choosing a Modern Authentication Solution: 3 Key Considerations

Today’s organizations need to deliver convenient, secure access for the modern workforce. Users want the ability to access systems and applications from anywhere and any device. But before providing them with this access, organizations must be able to verify that users are, in fact, who they say they are. RSA SecurID® Access is an award-winning…

Protecting Identities in a hacker’s world

Imagine being in a place where everyone around you is smarter than you and are, in fact, admitted hackers.  Welcome to protecting the identities behind Black Hat Asia 2017’s infrastructure. With a large contingency of attendees at this year’s conference there is a constant need to protect the identities of the team maintaining and monitoring…

Six Keys to a Successful Identity Assurance Strategy: Business Context

Traditional authentication solutions require a trade-off between security and usability, often deployed with a “one-size-fits-most” strategy. Today’s enterprise needs more to effectively protect critical applications when delivering access in a world without boundaries. By applying a risk-based approach to our authentication strategy with identity assurance, we can go beyond simple authentication approaches. We can deliver…

Answering the #1 Question in Identity Management

Takeaways from a Recent Identity Survey by IDG It’s the infamous joke we’ve all used at one point or another – “Knock, knock. Who’s there?” When it comes to identity management, knowing the answer to this question is mission critical. Whether your employees, contractors, customers and partners are accessing your data, applications and systems in…