– Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine have named BeyondTrust as one of the 2022 Best Workplaces for Parents. Winners were selected after analyzing the survey responses of over 568,000 parents who work for Great Place to Work-Certified™ companies employing at least 50 parents.
– The rising number of cyber security incidents and the spiralling cost of insurance are forcing many Australian businesses to re-evaluate the measures they have in place to protect themselves from the financial impact of an attack.
– BeyondTrust has been named a Great Place to Work 100 Best Large Workplaces for Women company, with 97% of employees declaring it is a great place to work, compared to 57% of employees at a typical U.S.-based company.
– We are back live and in person in Austin, TX, for SailPoint’s Navigate conference! SailPoint is celebrating 10 years at their user conference this year, and we are excited to be onsite sponsoring at a Gold Level. We look forward to sharing all the integration capabilities BeyondTrust and SailPoint have achieved for our joint customers. We are even more excited to share why these combined solutions are so important. So, why does this matter, and how can BeyondTrust and SailPoint help?
– BeyondTrust, Privileged Access Management vendor, released version 22.3 of BeyondTrust Privileged Remote Access, which builds on its best-in-class ability to connect users to any system, anywhere. A search function integrated on the login interface accelerates administration processes. In addition, the current release increases the scalability of Jump clients, which can be configured via Atlas server. Other features include command-shell functionality for Bring Your Own Tools (BYOT) initiatives.
– “Now that the headlines tell us just how costly compromised credentials can be, it behooves us to implement privileged access management under best-practice standards, including strong naming conventions. Standard nomenclature can drive tight privilege management and streamline its implementation while maintaining security best practices.”
– “Brian Chappell, Chief Security Strategist, EMEA & APAC, at BeyondTrust, says the show password feature on many websites is locally implemented by the site itself. "This isn't a case of Google's Chrome not reacting correctly to a password field, but rather it's the browser reacting correctly to a textbox that hasn't been marked as exempt for spell checking," said Chappell. "Resolving this will lie with each website that's offering this functionality."
– BeyondTrust, the leader in intelligent identity and access security, announced today a new strategic partnership with NCS Group, a leading technology services firm that provides services and solutions in consulting, digital, technology, cybersecurity and more. A strong player in identity security, NCS will be using the technology provided by BeyondTrust to offer companies best practice solutions in Privileged Access Management (PAM), a core component of enabling Zero Trust security.
– "From the rise of ransomware to an increased focus on digital transformation and Zero Trust strategies, it is a critical time for organisations to be equipped with solutions that can secure identities, safeguard access for remote employees, and strengthen endpoint security across hybrid environments," said Ben Wong, Director of Channel and Alliance for Asia Pacific & Japan at BeyondTrust. "Through this partnership, BeyondTrust and NCS will enable organisations in Asia Pacific with our Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions to address these cybersecurity challenges."
– "When organisations think of access management, they may only think of traditional password management – and that should not be the case. There is an urgent need for organisations to implement more advanced endpoint security and access management solutions and many are still playing catch up in this area," said Mr. Wong.
– "This is a salutary lesson for all organisations in just how important the basics of cybersecurity are," BeyondTrust’s chief security strategist, EMEA & APAC, Brian Chappell told Arabian Business. Chappell said: "You can have the best monitoring tools in the world but they won’t stop a breach. Getting the basics right offers the best chance of stopping a breach before it can cause any significant damage."
– “Attacks, like the one apparently launched on Uber, highlight some key points about a successful cybersecurity strategy,” BeyondTrust’s chief security strategist, EMEA & APAC, Brian Chappell said to ITP.net. “The first is that it’s important that cybersecurity is woven into the fabric of the organisation; it’s a starting point and not an afterthought. It’s also important to accept that technology alone doesn’t solve problems and that poor implementation of technology is likely to return little or, more likely, no value.”