Centrify Closes Out a Busy June at AWS Re:Inforce and Identiverse

June has been a busy month in the cybersecurity space! It started off with InfoSec Europe and SailPoint Navigate, next week we’ll wrap up the month with AWS Re:Inforce – Amazon’s inaugural security-focused event – and Identiverse – the premier identity industry event. That’s a lot! We love these opportunities to come together with our friends, partners, and colleagues and in the cybersecurity space and demonstrate how we’re redefining legacy Privileged Access Management (PAM) with Centrify cloud-ready Zero Trust Privilege. AWS Re:Inforce Centrify will be in booth 814 in the Security Learning Hub at AWS Re:Inforce, demos and swag in…

Minimizing Exposure to Ransomware Attacks with Centrify Zero Trust Privilege

Ransomware attacks like the ones that wreaked havoc in Baltimore, Maryland, Albany, New York, and Genesee County, Michigan are dominating the headlines in 2019. Holding someone or something for ransom is a simple yet effective strategy that has been used by criminals for many years. Today, cyber criminals are applying these ancient techniques to modern technologies. This raises issues such as what organizations need to know regarding ransomware attacks and what they can do to minimize the risk of being victimized. Ransomware, which encrypts a victim’s data and demands a ransom to unlock it, can have a major impact on…

New Centrify Report: Stop Putting Up with Bad Karaoke and Start Learning about Zero Trust Privilege

You know when you’re hanging out with friends, maybe doing a little drinking, and somebody suggests that you go to a karaoke bar? “Heck yeah! Sounds fun, I’m a GREAT singer!” The letdown is always when somebody records your performance and you listen to it (or worse, watch it on YouTube or social media) the next day…. “Oh, I’m not as good as I thought I was, but I’m still not willing to take any voice lessons.” The same could be said about Privileged Access Management. We all know it’s a good thing to do, but we tend to be…