Putting the Reins in Good Hands

After over 300 blog posts as CEO of Centrify, this will be my last Centrify blog post. The reason is because after having co-founded Centrify nearly 15 years ago and building it with a great team of fellow employees into a leading $100+ million in revenue cybersecurity company, I have handed over the reins. In fact, I have handed them to two people — Tim Steinkopf, who is now CEO of our Privileged Access/Identity Management business (aptly named Centrify!) and to Danny Kibel, who is now CEO our Next-Gen Access Management spin out from Centrify called Idaptive. The fact that…

Myth vs Reality: Join as Centrify Debunks 5 Myths of Zero Trust Security

In 2018, Zero Trust Security gained a lot of popularity, as more organizations recognized the merit of the Zero Trust approach to security. We saw the term go from being a buzzword to an actual security approach that organizations have engaged and started to implement. That’s the good news. The bad news is that when it comes to actually implementing a Zero Trust Security model, many still don’t know where to start. And there are several misconceptions surrounding Zero Trust that further impede adoption. This might explain why, despite the rise in awareness about Zero Trust Security, an incredible 66%…

The State of Cyber Security in Healthcare

The privacy and security concerns associated with digital patient records make the healthcare industry one of the most regulated industries in the United States. Regulations such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act create a much higher standard of scrutiny than other verticals with regards to privacy and disclosure requirements. However, being compliant doesn’t mean you’re secure. Traditionally, healthcare providers’ mission is to save lives. As a result, IT security departments are typically not a top priority when it comes to budget dollars and are often…