The Privileged Access Blog

The Migus Group’s blog covering identity and access management, PAM, DevSecOps, IT operations and other topics related to enterprise security.

MFA Statistics and Trends Every Business Leader Should Know — December 6, 2022

Multifactor authentication (MFA) exists to protect you by balancing security and convenience. Modern-day MFA utilizes digital sophistication in an attempt to stay one step ahead of cybercriminals and bad actors. Consider the following MFA statistics and trends.

How To Secure Your Business With a Privileged Identity Management Solution — November 29, 2022

Privileged identity management, or PIM, gives IT administrators the ability to control, manage and monitor the access privileges that users have to critical resources within an organization.

4 Uses for Cybersecurity Risk Assessments — November 14, 2022

Cybersecurity risk assessments are used to identify your most important data and devices, how a hacker could gain access, what risks could crop up if your data fell into the wrong hands, and how vulnerable your organization would be as a target.

MFA-Enabled vs. Enforced: Which Works Best for Your Company? — November 8, 2022

Is there a difference between MFA enabled vs. enforced? Learn which multifactor authentication approach works best for your company.

5 Active Directory Alternatives — November 1, 2022

Does your access management system feel outdated? Discover five Active Directory alternatives that improve workflows and reduce costs.

Identity and Access Management Tools to Keep in Your IT Toolkit — October 18, 2022

Considering IAM? We’ve compiled a list of some of the best identity and access management tools that we work with and provide useful information on each of them for you.

An Overview of IAM Security — October 11, 2022

IAM security is a framework of processes, policies and systems that manage digital identities in a highly secure, streamlined manner.

How Zero Trust Network Access Improves Security — October 3, 2022

A newer security concept known as zero trust network access (ZTNA) hides the network location — the IP address — and instead uses identity-based authentication to establish trust and provide access. As a result, ZTNA provides centralized control and improved flexibility to secure highly distributed IT environments.

IAM vs. PAM: What Can They Do for Your Business? — September 20, 2022

IAM and PAM are two types of access-management strategies that organizations use to manage authentication and authorization at scale. However, while similar, these products serve very different functions within an enterprise IT environment.

How To Secure Your Credentials With a PAM Solution — September 13, 2022

Identifying a PAM solution is a strategy to secure, control and monitor access to an organization’s critical information and resources.

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