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Protecting the Remote Workforce

Protecting the Remote Workforce   Highlights from Simeio’s August 26th “Ask Me Anything Coffee Talk Series” This week we bring you another timely and informative Coffee Talk session. Last Wednesday’s topic was “Protecting the Remote Workforce.” The session hosts were Vikram Subramanian, Vice President of Solutions at Simeio Solutions, and Mark Whitesell, Senior Manager, Solutions Engineers […]

By Esther Kim

How Oracle is Modernizing Enterprise IAM – Simeio

Enterprise IAM: How Oracle is Modernizing IAM with Microservices Highlights from Simeio’s July 29th “Ask Me Anything Coffee Talk Series” Last Wednesday’s Coffee Talk was another interesting and informative session. The topic was “Enterprise IAM.” The session hosts were Eleanor Merritt, Senior Vice President IAM at Oracle, and Kamal Narayan, Director of Oracle IAM Product Management. […]

By Simeio Solutions

IAM for the Lost – Simeio

Why do I need IAM? How do I get started? IAM for the Lost. Spotlight on Simeio’s May 20th “Ask Me Anything Coffee Talk Series” Last Wednesday, Simeio held its most recent “Ask Me Anything Coffee Talk Series”. The topic was “Why do I need IAM? How do I get started? IAM for the Lost.” […]

By Simeio Solutions

Why and When You Need IAM Roadmapping – Simeio

IAM Roadmapping: Why, When and KPIs to Measure Highlights of Simeio’s May 13th “Ask Me Anything Coffee Talk Series” Last Wednesday, Simeio held its latest “Ask Me Anything Coffee Talk Series”. The topic was “IAM Roadmapping.” The session hosts were Batool Aliakbar, Director of Delivery at Simeio Solutions, and Neda Pitt, VP of Information Security […]

By James Quick

Maybe “World Password Day” Should Be “World Authentication Day”

Maybe “World Password Day” Should Be “World Authentication Day” In case you missed the memo, May 7th is World Password Day. Or maybe you knew it and decided to pass on celebrating, with good reason. Strong and multi-factor authentication has proven to be more secure than passwords. Passwords have been used for centuries to gain […]

By Simeio Solutions

Simeio Introduces “Ask Me Anything” Interactive Weekly Talk Series

Simeio Introduces “Ask Me Anything” Interactive Weekly Talk Series With the impact of the COVID-19, technology conferences, tradeshows, product launches, and other face-to-face events will be greatly scaled-down, even after the pandemic is over. That’s why Simeio is launching this ongoing virtual interactive talk series.  We invite you to join us, as we launch our […]

By Siddharth Gandhi

Keeping Your Cybersecurity Hygiene Intact, in the Wake of Coronavirus

The coronavirus is having a major global impact, infecting tens of thousands, with increasing fatalities. We can debate whether or not the media and politicians are over-playing it. But the fact is, it should have us all concerned, prepared, and taking appropriate action to protect our businesses. More companies are choosing to not attend in-person […]

By Shawn Keve

IDaaS Underpins PCI DSS Requirement 8 Compliance – Part 3

PCI compliance matters when managing identity and access for remote third-party service providers. This is the third article in an ongoing series on PCI DSS Requirement 8 compliance. In a nutshell, PCI Requirement 8 is about identifying and authenticating all users to protect data and systems. When you can identify every user, you can control […]

By Christina Czeschik

IAM 911: How Strong Healthcare IAM Can Save Lives

Badly implemented IAM can kill you. Literally. The above statement is not just a scare tactic – it is a fact that has been proven in healthcare, sadly, many times over. The central function of IAM is to grant reliable access – for example to patient data – to those who are authorized, and to […]

By Jayne Hallock

A Very Sharey 2017: Editor’s Picks

As the Editor of Hum@n, I am constantly ‘taking the temperature’ of our readership. It’s important to me that we publish only compelling, interesting and ultimately useful content for you all. And there’s only one real way to measure what readers actually enjoy.  Counting “likes” can be an indicator but likes are easy and half the time – […]

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