Author: Rachael Stockton

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What’s Good IAM? The Answer may depend on your Industry

Mature identity and access management (IAM) is a pillar of enterprise security. But what makes IAM “good” for your business may depend on the kind of business you are in, and the demands of your industry, writes Rachael Stockton of LogMeIn and LastPass.

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Password Psychology: users know reuse is bad, do it anyway

More than 90% of employees know re-using passwords between accounts is a dangerous business, but two thirds of them do it anyway. Rachael Stockton of LastPass digs into the “why” of password insecurity in the latest LastPass Psychology of Passwords report.

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With Remote Work: MFA Makes Everyone Happy

The sudden shift to remote work poses two challenges to organizations: fending off cyber attacks and keeping your remote workers productive, according to LogMeIn’s Rachael Stockton in this opinion piece. Multi-factor authentication offers one solution.

10 Ways to make Your Remote Work Easy and Secure

Corona Virus has resulted in a rapid shift to work across many industries. But how can companies balance employees need to access sensitive company information with the company’s need to maintain strict security controls? In this opinion piece, Rachael Stockton of LogMeIn and LastPass describes the 10 things to consider as employees transition to remote work.

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As Cyber Attacks Mount, Small Businesses seek Authentication Fix

Small and medium-sized businesses find themselves in the cross hairs of sophisticated hacking groups. Improved identity and access management (IAM) tools are critical to keeping hackers at bay. But what do SMBs want? A LastPass survey of IT leaders has some valuable clues.