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 SURVEY: Too Much Privilege, Not Enough PAM Powered by Zero Trust

I’m both a technology guy, and a numbers guy. I have Bachelor of Science degrees in both Accounting and Computer Science. I’ve held the CFO and VP of Finance titles at technology companies throughout my career, including at Centrify where I was CFO for 7 years before becoming CEO in January. But I’ve never painted myself as only a numbers guy because I’ve always had a very keen eye on the technology and operations. As CEO, now more than ever, I’m laser-focused on our innovation and ability to execute on our vision, which is to redefine legacy PAM with cloud-ready…

Making Smarter Access Control Decisions

Hey Siri, block that attacker, please Wouldn’t it be great if Siri, Alexa, or Google Assistant had the intelligence to figure out malicious intent, govern access to our sensitive corporate data, and alert us in real time when something dodgy was going on? Well, they do leverage modern machine learning and AI to make “intelligent” decisions, but they’re clearly not designed for enterprise-grade security. At Centrify, though, we’re using AI and machine learning concepts to develop Next-Gen Access security to do just that. Only it’s not in a soft, cute, platonic solid form factor that sits on your desk….yet. As part…