Identity as Defense
“Cyber threats will always get ahead of defenses, which is why organizations need a strategic approach.”
Gartner analyst Lawrence Orans advocates a layered defense. We agree, and believe that the foundation is knowing who really has access to your systems. The points we consider are:
- What level of security and identity proofing is truly required?
- How does focusing on private data create an advantage in the world of hyper-sharing in social media?
- How does an identity fraud sensing network detect a compromised identity and increase the defenses for that identity?
- How can multiple second factor vectors for strong authentication improve security and ease user adoption?
- How are users getting to the application and how does that change the security requirements?
Please contact us to speak to a specialist about how fully-integrated identity can assist you with security and fraud awareness.
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