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Ian Pitfield
June 21st, 2017

Wham, bam thank you PAM

As the Privileged Access Management (PAM) market matures, two distinct approaches have evolved as the primary focus for organizations considering this type of investment. Last year, the trend led Gartner to redefine the classification of the PAM market into two main categories; Privileged account and session management (PASM) and Privileged elevation and delegation management (PEDM). I’ve given a quick description of these areas below:

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Will you COPE beyond BYOD?

Since 2010, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), where employees use their own smartphones, laptops and tablets in the workplace, has revolutionized both how and where we work.

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Five New Year Security Resolutions

Many of us usher in the New Year with a set of aims or ambitions. If you’ve made a vow to get a better grip of IT security in 2015, what can you do to quickly and easily improve your security posture in the year ahead? Here we take a look at the top 5 quick wins.

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Celebrating the North West tech scene

Last Friday, the North West’s tech community converged on Manchester to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit and technological innovation of the region.

The Insider Business of Digital and Technology Conference, held at the UKFast Campus, saw over 100 business leaders, technology entrepreneurs and digital devotees come together to discuss how technology underpins business success. In addition to this, we also touched on the latest trends in the technology sector and what we, as a region can do to ensure the North West remains a hotbed of technology talent.

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Take an in-depth look at your IT security

Over the past few months we’ve seen a spate of IT security breaches in the US. Retailers, Supervalu, Albertsons and the courier, UBS recently revealed they’d suffered significant data attacks, with customers debit and credit card details compromised. Meanwhile in the healthcare sector, Community Health Systems, which operates 206 hospitals across the United States, announced that hackers recently broke into its computers and stole data on 4.5 million patients.

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