Enabling the Future of Work with EPM, Identity and Access Controls

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The IDC survey revealed that 83% of data breaches resulted from an identity compromise, like phishing. Organizations can stop data breaches by adopting identity and access management solutions that work with end-users and promote the right security behaviors.

Key findings from the IDC survey include:

  • 98% of respondents said that remote work has impacted their security, from inadequately protected devices to poor password hygiene.
  • Password managers are the most widely used identity and access management solution, thanks to their added protection and user convenience.
  • Enterprise password management solutions that include SSO and MFA make for a budget-friendly, low-complexity solution that delivers robust security for the flexible work environment.

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