Hola from Mobile World Congress Barcelona! Yes, it has been a while since my last post, but hopefully my excuse is a good one – we have been busy “technovating” with one of the largest mobile device vendors over the last two quarters! Today I am thrilled to unveil ourOEM partnership with Samsung that enables new innovative features in mobile security and cloud identity on their next generation mobile enterprise solution — Samsung KNOX. Through this blog post, I will cover two topics – the first is take a step back and reflect on the genesis of the Samsung and Centrify alliance;…
As I discussed in my last blog post, Centrify announced today at Mobile World Congress that Samsung Electronics Co, Ltd., has selected Centrify to provide key enabling technology for Samsung’s next generation Android-based platform, called KNOX.
Centrify announced today at Mobile World Congress that Samsung Electronics Co, Ltd., has selected Centrify to provide key enabling technology for Samsung’s next generation Android-based platform, called KNOX.
I wanted to tie up my series of blog posts on least privilege for Windows by drilling into a bit of architectural detail on how DirectAuthorize for Windows — an integrated component of the Centrify Suite — lets IT organizations securely delegate and manage privileged access across your entire Windows infrastructure.
In my latest blog post over at Forbes, I drill down into the commoditization of Mobile Device Management (MDM) and discuss what’s next for the MDM market. In this post I discuss in more detail how Centrify sees itself vis a vis this market.
As mentioned in a prior blog post on “Implementing Windows Privilege Management” I wanted to drill down in another blog post how the concept of least privilege has found its way in various compliance and regulatory requirements we see out there. So in this blog post I will cover this topic, and luckily Centrify has a nice whitepaper entitled “Windows Least Privilege Management and Beyond” that I can leverage for the specifics on how the concept of least privilege maps to specific compliance requirements.
In this blog post I want to compare and contrast some of the approaches to enforcing “least privilege” that other solutions take vis a vis DirectAuthorize including what you get natively with Windows itself.
More about DirectAuthorize and how it can help you implement Windows Privilege Management.
In this blog post I am going to talk about the concept of least privilege and what are some of the challenges in the Windows environment, and briefly discuss how DirectAuthorize for Windows can address these challenges.