Welcome to the Ping Identity Blogosphere

Welcome to the Ping Identity Blogosphere

We’ll update you weekly, but here are some recent posts you’ll enjoy in the meantime:

– Embracing Identity Standards
– Cloud changes everything, especially your security framework

Looking to turn these tips into actual results? Speak with one of our experts now to find out more about securing your people and your enterprise.

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Ping Identity Follow Up

Hi Jon,

I want to follow up on your interest in Ping Identity.

Do you have any new SSO/IAM/MFA initiatives on your radar? I would like to
set up a 5-10 minute call and discuss to see whether we are a fit for one
another. I noticed you put your company as Vodafone. If you are working on
a new IAM/SSO initiative, where will it take place?

Please let me know what day and time works best and I will plan
accordingly.

Best,
Logan Kull
Commercial Development Rep.
lkull@pingidentity.com
w: +1 720.317.2090

It’s a Hacker’s World and You’re Living in it!

The Identity Security Company
Hi Jon,

Identity and access management (IAM) is getting more complex. Not only do you have to secure your own employee access to your systems, you also have to deal with customer access and, increasingly, partner access. Partner IAM is difficult and risky because partners and suppliers are not employees.

Your best option is a federated partner Identity and Access Management solution. This blog discusses three distinct types of partners that should connect through a partner IAM and how Ping’s Partner Identity Solution speaks to all three of these groups. Read it and reduce your chance of getting hacked.

Cheers,

Lisa DeDonato
Marketing Programs Manager

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Countdown to password extinction

Are Mobile Devices Making Your Business Insecure?

Hi friend,

Passwords are still used globally to protect the most valuable information and assets within the enterprise. Unfortunately, they open up massive opportunities for criminals, putting companies and individuals at risk. Using passwords as a security standard can actually encourage unsecure user behavior and frustration that leads to gaping security holes. The days of the password are numbered..

Take a look at this infographic for some disturbing password statistics. You’ll quickly see why it’s time to move away from passwords as a main security model..

Secure your business.
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