Illusive Joins CyberArk Marketplace

We’ve got some exciting news to share with you: we’ve just joined CyberArk Marketplace! As you may know, CyberArk offers the leading Privileged Access Management solution and is the only security software company focused on eliminating cyber threats that use insider privileges to attack an organization’s most critical assets and infrastructure. The CyberArk Marketplace delivers unprecedented simplicity and speed for security and IT operations teams to extend the benefits of securing privileged access across the enterprise – on-premises, in hybrid cloud environments, and throughout the DevOps pipeline.
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Securing Identities Through Digital Transformation By Reducing The Attack Surface

The topic of accelerated (or forced) digital transformation has been top of mind during many of my recent discussions with customers.  It comes as no surprise that human-operated campaigns, such as ransomware, quickly and enthusiastically adapted to the entire global workforce now operating remotely, imposing many organizations to modernize their cyber resiliency and security operations.   From a more fundamental technology perspective, it may be a positive side benefit for organizations that had long term multi-year plans for digital transformation and are now embracing technology to enable their business.
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Increase Cybersecurity During Mergers And Acquisitions

More than $2.5 trillion in mergers were announced in the first half of 2018[1]a new record. Ranked by value of the deal, energy and power deals led, followed by media and entertainment, with healthcare and industrials close behind. Industries are converging and organizations are using acquisitions, divestitures, and other forms of asset remix to reposition their businesses. For example, there are numerous mergers among pharmaceutical, life sciences, and biotech companies as they seek to gain traction in a highly fragmented market. EY predicts that the total value of life sciences M&A will surpass $200 billion in 2018. According to Deloitte, technology acquisition is the primary driver of M&A pursuits, ahead of expanding customer bases in existing markets, and adding products or services[3]. Read More