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  • Apere's IMAG 500 a tough sell

    Product review: Apere says many of the issues we encountered are addressed in its next release, but mid-enterprise businesses may not have the tolerance for this product. 

  • More users increase risk for Volkswagen AG

    With 1.5 million users on the network, Volkswagen AG depends more than ever on strong ID and access management to safeguard intellectual property, according to its CISO. 

  • Financial firms balance secure access, simplicity

    Securing $5 billion worth of investment portfolios while allowing easy access for customers are just a few of the challenges investment firms meet. 

  • Midmarket IT pros have NAC for identity, access management

    Midmarket firms may not have the budgets of large companies, but IT pros can build identity and access management programs that are as effective as what the big guys have. 

  • Change control helps IT deal with changing threats

    Solidcore S3 Control takes a fresh approach to security by helping administrators control and prevent changes to their network infrastructure. 

  • Rogue devices behind majority of attacks, study shows

    Most attacks between 1999 and 2006 happened because companies failed to check device IDs before letting them on the network, according to a study of Justice Department cases. 

  • Active directory users finding their way

    Many IT shops use Microsoft Active Directory to manage network access. Some say it's difficult, but others use it to successfully handle directory services, group policy and provisioning. 

  • When access management becomes rocket science

    Security can be a hard sell beyond the IT realm, even for security pros at NASA. But nothing motivates people like regulatory pressure and a fear of being the next data breach headline. 

  • Maturing federated ID market shows security promise

    Until recently, investing in an federated identity management product didn't always make sense, as the technology was hardly mature enough for enterprise-wide adoption. These days, vendors small and large have viable products to fill all sorts of nee... 

  • Jelly Belly sweetens remote access

    Candy-maker Jelly Belly's network was so secure even top executives couldn't get in through the VPN. The company solved the sticky situation with innovative new appliances.