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Cybersecurity has been identity-centric since the first username and password appeared. During the infancy of personal computers, user identification was considerably simpler. At that time, workplace technology was physically confined to an office and the business network (if one existed). The only people with access were employees and maybe office cleaning staff. The locked office […]

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According to reports, MGM and Caesars were both customers of identity management company Okta. The firm had seen continuous patterns of activity that showed that bad actors tried to get passwords to privileged user accounts. Okta issued an alert to clients in late August warning about incoming threats by hackers to gain access to “manipulate […]

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With exponential growth in the number of human and machine actors on the network and more sophisticated technology in more places, identity in this new era is rapidly becoming a super-human problem, according to RSA. Paradoxically, even in this world where AI can dynamically assess risks and automate responses to threats, humans will have an […]

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