Virtual Summit: Protecting Machine Identities in Today’s Rise of the Machines

Machines are on the rise, including devices, applications, cloud workloads, virtual machines and containers. For machines to communicate privately and securely, they use machine identities to authenticate themselves—similar to humans using usernames and passwords. Because of their trusted status, cybercriminals are now targeting machine identities for use in their attacks. Are you at risk? How are you protecting your machine identities?

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Why do organizations need to protect machine identities as much, or more, than usernames and passwords? Cybercriminals use unprotected keys and certificates to conduct man-in-the-middle…

The number of machines and the dependence on encryption is on the rise. But the issuance, installation and management of the keys and certificates that…

Audits are an opportunity to assess the effectiveness of Machine Identity Protection, but most organizations do not audit key and certificate operations and security controls…

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