Gartner Names PAM a Top Security Project (AGAIN!) in 2019

Last June at the 2018 Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, the analyst firm issued a “Smarter with Gartner” paper outlining the Top 10 security projects for 2018, which included Privileged Account Management. While Gartner clarified that the ten projects were in no particular order, PAM was right there at the top. This was not a surprise to Centrify, as we’ve seen global cybersecurity spending reach $124 billion but privileged credential abuse is still the leading attack vector. Forrester estimates that 80% of breaches involve a privileged identity, and that 66% of companies have been breached five times or more….

Zero Trust Lessons from a Holiday Classic

Every year when the holidays roll around, I’m amazed at the way shopping deals dominate the headlines. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are annual juggernauts that produce some amazing opportunities for shoppers and retailers alike. Yet this year, even the mighty shopping season has taken back-seat to the continuing domination of security breaches in the press. With $114 billion being spent on Information Security products and services in 2018, as estimated by Gartner, we should see the frequency of data breaches going down. Instead, rather than seeing fewer headlines, we’re seeing more. In the past two weeks alone we’ve seen…

At SecurIT in New York, it’s a Zero Trust State of Mind

On October 29-30, Centrify will proudly sponsor the second SecurIT: the Zero Trust Summit for CIOs and CISOs in New York City. Produced by CIO and CSO from IDG in partnership with Centrify, the two-day event will focus on how to capitalize on the adoption wave of Zero Trust to stay ahead of the security curve. The summit will be held at the Grand Hyatt New York, which is the only hotel connected to the majestic Grand Central Terminal. It’s an amazing venue that visually stuns with ballrooms evoking the history and splendor of New York and its amazing skyline….

Moving Beyond Legacy PAM: Centrify Zero Trust Privilege

Our customers trust us to keep their most privileged credentials – the “keys to the kingdom” – secure from being exploited. Over half of the Fortune 100, the world’s largest financial institutions, intelligence agencies, and critical infrastructure companies, all trust Centrify to stop the leading cause of breaches – privileged credential abuse. We know that we can do even better. That starts today with a singular focus on continuing to redefine the legacy approach to Privileged Access Management (PAM) with cloud-architected Zero Trust Privilege. SO WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? First, to sharpen that focus, we’re spinning out our Identity-as-a-Service business…