Identity Management

Internal affairs: Threats within your organisation
Enterprises today require a comprehensive security solution in a landscape where a perimeter-based approach has been shown to fail, writes Edward Lim of RSA.
The threat landscape runneth over, here’s what we need to do
After having slept, drunk and eaten at the recent RSA Conference Asia Pacific and Japan (RSAC APJ) in Singapore, Benjamin Cher gathers his thoughts and comes away with some key takeaways.
RSA exec warns of cybersecurity skill shortage in SEA
The biggest cybersecurity challenge in South-East Asia is not in acquiring technology, but educating and acquiring people with the right skills, according to Edward Lim, RSA South-East Asia managing director.
BYOD security: It’s about company culture, not just devices
The key to securing the enterprise in this new world is to embrace a more holistic attitude to security that focuses on applications and identity, writes Chong Fook Hing of Oracle Corporation Malaysia.
How multimodal biometrics improve border control security
The use of biometrics by border control agencies worldwide is now commonplace, but Arifin Hussain presents a strong argument for stepping up to multimodal systems.
CA Tech rolls out Identity Suite
CA Technologies has announced the availability of CA Identity Suite, a new, one-stop identity management and governance solution that it said transforms data into business information and simplifies identity management and access governance across the enterprise.
Fico’s identity resolution engine helps thwart fraud rings
Predictive analytics and decision management software company Fico has announced the general availability of Fico Identity Resolution Engine 3.6, a software solution that it said improves personal identification to detect criminal fraud rings and other forms of crime.
IRIS debuts world’s first smart desktop laser marker
MSC Malaysia-status company IRIS Corporation has launched the DLP400 Series, which it said was the world’s first smart desktop laser marker that can be used for both passports and cards.
The government biometrics market
Biometric technology has gradually gained prominence across both government and commercial sectors, but it is the former that offers the most promising growth opportunities, writes Ram Ravi of Frost & Sullivan.
Cyber-attacks greater national threat than physical attacks: Survey
80% of C-level executives and IT security professionals believe that cyber-attacks pose a greater risk to their nation than physical attacks, while 51% believe a cyber-attacker is currently in their corporate network, or has been in the past year.
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