Strong Authentication and Access Management to Address Expanded Threat Landscape

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The last few years have brought significant changes in the cyber threat landscape. The key factors driving these changes were the historically unique, abrupt transformation forces released by the coronavirus pandemic and the continuous increasing trend in the advanced adversary capabilities of threat actors. It is important to note that the latter amplified the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in an increasingly connected world.

The COVID-19 pandemic forced large-scale adoption of technology to address a variety of critical aspects of the crisis, such as coordination of health services, the international response to contain the virus, adoption of remote working regimes, distance learning, interpersonal communication, control of lockdown measures, teleconferencing and many others.

Cybersecurity has faced a paradox: it has been both the challenge and the opportunity in this transformation. The changes imposed in the information technology (IT) landscape weakened existing cybersecurity measures, turning their speedy adaptation into a challenge. At the same time, cybersecurity is the enabler of trust in emerging use cases for digital services and thus it can facilitate the transformation. 

Read this whitepaper to discover:

  • The top attack vectors and most targeted sectors
  • A detailed analysis of key attack vectors
  • How strong authentication and access management can help mitigate these threats

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