White Papers

Experian - Sponsor

2022 Global Identity and Fraud Report

In past years, this report has called on businesses to meet consumer expectations for online recognition and security while also improving their digital customer experience. Our latest research reveals that companies have received the message and are investing in multiple digital initiatives. But the fraud risk persists. In fact, 70% of businesses say that their concern about fraud has increased since last year.

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ForgeRock - Booth 208

Zero Trust IAM: What Federal Agencies Need to Know

These days, it’s rare to read about a cybersecurity incident that doesn’t link to user identity — ForgeRock’s 2021 Consumer Identity Breach Report found that attacks involving usernames and passwords increased a staggering 450 percent over 2019, translating into more than one billion compromised records in the U.S. alone. Given that user identity remains a primary threat vector exploited by bad actors, it comes as no surprise that we see identity and access management (IAM) playing a leading role in national cybersecurity policy and guidance.

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Okta - Booth 201

Okta for Government

While government agencies recognize the need to adopt new technologies to better support and secure their workforces and constituents, they’re faced with unique challenges such as decades’ worth of legacy technologies, processes not built for the digital age, and a prohibitive legislative budgeting cycle. Meanwhile, as security vulnerabilities proliferate, citizens, employees, and contractors face access and usability challenges when trying to navigate the multiple systems required to get to public services and entitlements, or to simply do their jobs.

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SailPoint - Booth 102

Identity Security: An Essential Piece of Your Zero Trust Strategy

This explosion of cloud computing, mobile, IoT, DevOps, bring-your-own-devices (BYOD), and work-from-home initiatives have led to the de-centralization of IT. Increased adoption of mobile and cloud technologies means that more business operations are now conducted outside the corporate network. An increasing number of users are accessing resources such as applications and business systems from a wide range of devices and locations.

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