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The MGM Resorts Attack: Initial Analysis

The recent cyberattack on MGM Resorts International has raised serious concerns about the security of sensitive data and the vulnerabilities organizations face in today’s digital landscape. In this blog post, we will dive into the details of the attack based on the information currently available, analyze its root causes and discuss key takeaways to help organizations strengthen their security posture.


EP 36 - The Evolution of an Ethical Hacker

Our guest today is Phillip Wylie, an offensive security professional and evangelist, author and podcast host who recently added director of services and training at Scythe to his extensive CV. Wylie talks with host David Puner about the critical need for ethical hacking in cybersecurity, identity security revelations from years of penetration testing, and his fascinating career arc, which began in professional wrestling. Considering a cybersecurity career?


Securing Workforce Access with Greater Visibility, Integration and Automation

Over six in 10 security decision-makers say their teams operate with limited visibility across their environments. Why? We could easily speculate that it comes down to the tools they do or don’t use. However, two-thirds of enterprises now have tools from up to 40 different security vendors in place, and they’re still struggling for insights into the constant cycle of identities seeking access. I believe there’s a bigger-picture challenge we need to – and can – solve for.

Signicat launches Signicat Mint, a no-code platform to revolutionize Digital Identity process building in all industries

Signicat announces the launch of its new product: Signicat Mint. A no-code platform to design, build, and deploy any digital identity processes in a no-code visual editor that promises to change the way businesses build their digital identity processes across Europe.

Why IoT Raises Concerns About Identity Theft

The internet of things (IoT) — the collective name for internet-connected devices and sensors — represents a new era in technology. This hardware leverages advancements in connectivity, hardware, miniaturization, cloud computing, data processing, integration, and more to offer benefits to consumers and businesses alike.


ForgeRock Named Year's Best Identity and Access Management Solution

This has been a big year for ForgeRock! We're excited and honored to announce that we've been named the best identity and access management (IAM) solution by three industry publications: SC Media, SC Media Europe, and Computing Security Excellence Awards. These award programs recognize the companies and solutions that are advancing the cause of safe and secure commerce and communications.


International Identity Day: an opportunity to pause and reflect

This blog is different from the ones you typically see from WatchGuard. It is because we are joining in the conversation about International Identity Day, which takes place on September 16, 2023. International ID Day is a movement to raise awareness and address the lack of identity, specifically the growing need for digital identities, as a fundamental right of people worldwide.


Shifting Perspectives and Regulations Relating to Consent Management

Businesses have a certain responsibility to disclose how consumer data is being used, and if they don't, they face hefty fines and hits to their reputation. In fact, many consumers find personal data sharing to be a particular point of contention. So what can organizations do to respect consumer data privacy and avoid negative outcomes? The answer lies in a consent management plan.


Is Open Source Software Dead?

Open source software (OSS) has driven technological growth for decades due to its collaborative nature and ability to share information rapidly. However, major OSS security vulnerabilities like Log4j, Heartbleed, Shellshock and others have raised concerns about the security and sustainability of similar projects. At the same time, major open source-based companies have changed their OSS licenses, like MongoDB, Elastic (formerly ElasticSearch), Confluent, Redis Labs and most recently, HashiCorp.