Tag: CLANGO

Privileged Access Management and Security Are in Our DNA

CyberArk DNA
CyberArk Discovery & Audit (DNA) is a powerful tool for assessing privileged access risk. This lightweight, agentless software scans systems to locate all privileged credentials, including passwords, hashes, SSH keys, cloud access keys, and many others. By scanning their networks with CyberArk DNA, organizations can gain visibility into all of their privileged accounts across on-premises, cloud, and DevOps environments....

Integration Is Key to Maximizing the Value of Cybersecurity Investments

CIL
According to a recent survey of compliance decision makers conducted by research firm Vanson Bourne, every organization knows it needs to invest in cybersecurity tools. However, most organizations are having trouble determining where to allocate their security budget as the IT environment rapidly evolves. Not only that, but organizations aren’t doing enough to integrate their security solutions into a...

Poor PAM Practices Put Organizations at Risk

Poor PAM Practices
Most organizations recognize that theft of user credentials is one of the easiest ways for bad actors to gain entry to IT systems. Privileged accounts are especially coveted by external hackers and malicious insiders because they offer virtually limitless access to an organization’s IT infrastructure. Nevertheless, many organizations struggle to implement identity and access management (IAM) and privileged account...

Securing and Monitoring Privileged Access in the Cloud

PSM Cloud
Cloud adoption continues to increase. The cloud market is quickly maturing, and more organizations are moving critical workloads and data into the cloud. In fact, a 451 Research report found that 85 percent of enterprises have sensitive data in the cloud, up from 54 percent the prior year. However, many organizations aren’t doing enough to secure their cloud resources....

How CyberArk’s Conjur Helps Secure DevOps and Cloud-Native Environments

Conjur
According to Forrester Research, at least half of IT organizations are currently using DevOps to increase the speed and efficiency of application development and deployment. Due to the dynamic nature of DevOps, privileged account credentials, encryption keys, and other “secrets” are rapidly proliferating throughout the IT infrastructure. Many of these secrets are stored in code repositories and cloud environments...

Clango Confide Makes Privileged Account Security Seamless for Users

Confide
The number of privileged accounts has grown rapidly in recent years as organizations have adopted DevOps practices. DevOps teams constantly create hosts, machines, and systems, each of which has one or more privileged accounts associated with it. They also use a wide array of continuous integration and delivery tools and process scripts that also contain passwords, encryption keys, and...

The Critical Importance of Managing Business Partner Security Risks

Partner Security
It is well known that the 2013 Target data breach was the result of a compromised third-party vendor. Attackers sent a phishing email to a refrigeration company that did business with Target and had access to some of Target’s computer systems. At least one user fell for the phishing email, causing malware to be installed on the company’s systems....

How Clango and CyberArk Streamline Compliance Audits for Federal Agencies

Federal agencies face the same security threats as private-sector organizations, as well as a heightened risk of attack by state-sponsored cybercriminals. In addition to following security best practices, federal agencies must adhere to laws, directives, and guidance that mandate various cybersecurity controls. Central to many of these regulations is a requirement for robust authentication and authorization of users attempting...

Privileged Account Management Is Critical in the Cloud

Cloud Security
The move to the cloud began in earnest in 2007, as organizations looked for ways to cut capital expenses during the Great Recession. Fast-forward a decade, and the cloud is more popular than ever. According to a recent survey by LogicMonitor, 68 percent of workloads are running in public, private, or hybrid clouds, and that number will increase to...

Application Greylisting Provides Greater Security and Flexibility

Application Greylisting
Misplaced trust is a dangerous thing when it comes to cybersecurity. Attackers routinely take advantage of systems that automatically permit certain types of activity. Therein lies the problem with application whitelisting, which is the practice of designating specific applications that users are allowed to run on their systems. It’s the opposite of blacklisting, which blocks applications that are known...