The Companies in Brazil Face Several Digital Risks? #cybernotes

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Marc Goodman and Marcus Scharra, CEO of senhasegura

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Brazil is the second most affected country in terms of Malware in the world, second only to the USA. This makes the country pose a major threat to all organizations it hosts. But why does this happen? What does make Brazil a country with great potential for cyber crimes? Marc Goodman, a cybersecurity expert and author of the book Future Crimes, answers these questions in this new part from the interview with Marcus Scharra, senhasegura’s CEO. Watch the video and discover what may be harming your company.

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Our mission is to eliminate abuse of privilege in organizations around the world and build digital sovereignty. To achieve this, Senhasegura works against data theft through the traceability of privileged actions of human and machine identities on assets such as network devices, servers, databases, industry 4.0, and DevOps environments. Companies of various sizes and industries rely on Senhasegura to protect one of their most valuable assets: data. In 2020, Senhasegura was recognized as a “Challenger” in the Gartner Magic Quadrant (MQ) report. In the same year, Gartner also ranked us among the top three PAM technologies in the world in its Critical Capabilities PAM report. In January 2021, we were one of only two companies in the world to receive the Customers' Choice seal on the 2021 Voice of the Customer report by Gartner Peer Insights. On the same portal, our customer reviews offered a recommendation rate of 97%*, the highest among all PAM providers. In addition, Senhasegura was listed in Forrester's Wave report for Privileged Identity Management 2018 and also named as a "Challenger" vendor by KuppingerCole in its Leadership Compass 2020 report. In December 2020, we were named by GPTW as a Great Place to Work by our employees.