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Access Management

Remove the Zero Trust onboard headache with this new domain discovery tool

In this new world of hybrid work where users, data, and applications are everywhere, there has been an increased reliance on web-based applications and for good reason. Web apps allow greater accessibility, flexibility, and scalability of resources for users requiring access from anywhere. While web applications are great, IT teams oftentimes encounter onboarding issues, specifically around discovering unidentified domains, and easily defining new policies for those discovered resources.

Digital Experience Monitoring In the Age of Distributed Work

“Why is Exchange so slow? I’ve checked everything in the O365 administration portal. The MTAs, the DB and the service are green. It must be networking! Can you check the network? I am sending the ticket to you!” The company I worked at previously was an early customer of the Exchange O365. And the company ran on email. Every message, file, PowerPoint and design document was sent via email. If email was not working, the company ground to a halt.

What is MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication)? Learn How it Works

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an authentication method that requires at least two forms of verification of the user’s identity to gain access to an account, application, or data set. Instead of needing just a username and password to log in, MFA adds additional layers of security by requiring users to verify their identity. Each additional verification method can prevent unauthorized access from cybercriminals or hackers from executing a successful cyber attack.

Bringing Elegance to Secure Connectivity | Atmos by Axis

The modern workplace of today is an orchestra composed of users, devices, applications, and clouds - each playing their own tune, and constantly syncing, and changing. This orchestra is difficult to secure, challenging to see, complex, and extends far beyond the confines of the corporate network. It requires a solution designed to harmonize workplace connectivity.

[PAM Masterclass] Episode 3: Mastering remote password management

In this latest episode of the PAM masterclass, we'll explore the remote password management capabilities of ManageEngine's PAM suite. We will also learn to generate strong and unique passwords that comply with built-in and custom policies, and automatically reset passwords of your remote resources. Key takeaways.

How to create a continuous lifecycle for your IT Policy Management

If your organization is having trouble creating policies, I hope that this blog post will help you set a clear path. We’ll discuss setting up your organization up for success by ensuring that you do not treat your policies as a “do once and forget” project. Many organizations I have worked with have done that, but later realized good policy lifecycle is required, and a pillar of good governance.

Using Rego as a generic policy language

Policies have a vital role in every organization, but can mean a lot of different things depending on the context. For our purposes, a policy refers to the principles or ideas that an organization uses to make decisions. In this post, we’ll discuss Open Policy Agent (OPA) and its rule language, Rego, highlighting how we can use them to write a simple policy for a payroll microservice.

Centralized Log Management for Access Monitoring

You’re reading the handwriting on the wall. Your company expanded its cloud infrastructure over the last few years, adding more and more Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications to its stack in response to remote work. Like 86% of other companies, you expect that this will continue at the same or an accelerated pace. In response to these IT changes, new laws and industry standards expect you to move toward a zero trust architecture.