Defending Users And Their Information
Vendors attending RSA 2020 have invested heavily in making it easier for customers and partners to isolate sensitive data and processes, gain visibility into unknown usage of customer data, improve data utilization, and secure sensitive data in files that are being leveraged for business intelligence and analytics.
From an identity perspective, companies have developed ways to speed up the creation of user roles, defend against credential theft on workstations and servers, simplify the onboarding of remote workers, and prevent fraud in credit card transactions where the customer isn’t present.
Exhibitors at RSA 2020 are also unveiling methods to facilitate and govern remote sessions, get more visibility and control over content assets, validate users with their unique typing patterns, and eliminate the risk associated the users holding static credentials,
Here’s a look at how 12 identity and data protection tools being showcased at RSA 2020 are verifying and validating identity, improving control over sensitive data, and taking on access and authentication challenges.