With more threats, greater complexity, and growing costs, organizations need a unified identity platform to defend against identity-based attacks, drive efficiencies, and ensure business continuity. Read on to understand the differences between RSA SecurID and ID Plus.
Industries that rely on operational technology (OT) have seen remarkable changes that present significant opportunities for industrial enterprises to digitally transform their operations and achieve competitive advantage.
Despite awareness about the alarming rise in attacks and breaches via Active Directory (AD), many organizations aren’t properly securing their AD. Why? The most common hurdles are lack of visibility and lack of responsibility.
Over the past two decades, ransomware operators have successfully exploited Active Directory (AD) weaknesses to launch devastating attacks and cripple numerous enterprise networks. Considering that nearly 90% of Global Fortune 1000 companies rely on AD for authentication and authorization, it has become a high-value target for attackers.
Active Directory has become a very easy target for cyber attackers. Take a look at this infographic on best practices for securing your Active Directory.
Threat detection for mobile devices is now easier thanks to Mobile Lock by RSA. Here’s what you need to know about this new feature.