The sudden shift to 100% remote work has been jarring. How can businesses ensure remote workers are productive, while protecting sensitive data and minimizing cyberthreats? Rachael Stockton of LogMeIn and LastPass provides some tips.
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.
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.
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.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning hold great promise for both defenders and attackers, making it one of the most important security trends to follow in 2020, says Gerald Beuchelt, the CISO of LogMeIn.*