Here at Idaptive, we are hard at work on loads of exciting updates and products for you to secure access everywhere in 2020. But in the midst of creating the “new”, we thought we’d pause to see what resonated most with blog readers in 2019, our first full year in business after spinning out from Centrify.
Not surprisingly, MFA-related blogs were the most popular, followed by a couple of blogs covering extremely hot topics: SIM swapping, and the FIDO2 standard, the latest in a set of standards that are making it possible for us to finally emancipate ourselves from the pesky password!
We hope you enjoy this recap of our top five blog posts of 2019, and we look forward to delivering more analysis, insight and guidance in 2020 that helps you in your own IAM journey.
TOP 5 BLOGS
Multi-Factor Authentication for Active Directory Federation Services 3.0 (ADFS 3.0)
by Archit Lohokare, Chief Product Officer
“Idaptive’s MFA Everywhere strategy aims to support all enforcement points for MFA, including all types of applications, endpoints, virtual desktops, servers, virtual private networks (VPN) and such.”
“SIM Swap” and Its Effects on SMS Based Authentication
by Rajesh Pakkath, Director Product Management
“Despite multiple reports of SIM Swap attacks and NIST recommendations, most organizations and users still rely on SMS authentication as their primary out-of-band authentication method for allowing secure transactions.”
Go Passwordless with FIDO2 and Web Authentication
by Sumedh Inamdar, Director Product Management
“It’s quite clear that if anyone is going to kill the Thanos of identity world (the password of course), it’s going to be an interoperable and secure standard like FIDO2.”
What steps can companies take to adopt a Zero Trust approach to security?
by Danny Kibel, CEO
“There are standalone solutions that offer MFA and SSO services, but Zero Trust is really bolstered by something like Idaptive’s Next-Generation Access approach. You have to be able to seamlessly integrate all of the pillars of Zero Trust for an airtight identity management solution.”
Getting Over MFA Implementation Hesitation
by Vishnu Kant Varma, Senior Director Product Management
“We won’t go so far as to evoke that old saying, “you snooze, you lose” but hesitating to put an adaptive MFA solution to work protecting your employees and extended business could have a similar impact to a hijacker getting through security because there was no TSA agent.”
Check out these posts and more – happy reading!