Security Advisor ME hosted a roundtable in partnership with Gulf IT network distribution and Sailpoint, which focused on how organisations can achieve security and business agility with identity and access management.
Technology is considered as an important driver of future business. As it evolves, it is becoming ever more pervasive and the adoption is growing steadily all over the world. What will happen in the world of technology in 2019?
Any organisation whose employees connect to the Internet—in other words, every business today—needs some level of access control in place.
While most businesses are focused on preventing and mitigating external threats, there is often a greater danger their security teams need to worry about closer to home – insider threats.
The access control market in Saudi Arabia is witnessing rapid growth as governments and large enterprises increase investments in securing smart infrastructure projects and aim to create smart connected environments.
As healthcare firms become more connected, a shift in how trusted identities are used across the healthcare sector is fueling demand for advanced smart card technologies and mobile solutions.
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Risk-driven identity and access management (IAM) firm Courion Corporation this week announced that it had entered a go-to-market agreement with …