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.
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.
Efforts to wall off sensitive corporate and government data from foreign adversaries have a gaping hole: IT asset disposition (ITAD), where vendors – many owned by Chinese firms – process discarded hardware and data with little oversight.
The average employee in the workplace has 191 passwords. Will we ever rid ourselves of them and, if so, how? Gerald Beuchelt, the Chief Information Security Officer at LogMeIn talks about how changes in authentication may deliver a passwordless future.
It may seem like two-factor authentication and multi-factor authentication are the same. They’re not, explains Yaser Masoudnia, the Senior Director of Product Management at LastPass.*