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NetIQ

NetIQ is a global enterprise software provider that helps companies use the Power of Identity to solve their most pressing security and access challenges, while providing comprehensive tools to manage today's hybrid IT environments.

Our Website: http://www.NetIQ.com


Whitepaper: Advanced Persistent Threats: Hijacking Insider Credentials

by NetIQMay 01, 2014

Sophisticated groups of hackers, known as advanced persistent threats (APTs), often use stolen insider credentials to evade security measures. So how can you know who's logging on? Learn how to spot suspicious activity before it's too late.


Individual hackers are no longer the foremost threat. APTs have evolved. These malicious actors now use sophisticated tactics to circumvent security policies. Whether people are trying to use spear-phishing scams or other means to try and hijack insider credentials, your defenses will need to adapt to the new threat landscape or risk the consequences of being unprepared.


This paper discusses what the most harmful threats are and how you can protect your organization from them. Don't let your guard down. Learn what you need to defend yourself today.


Webcast: Building an Effective Identity Management Strategy

by NetIQNov 05, 2013

Virtually every enterprise does identity management, but very few do it as effectively as they could.

Many enterprises have trouble developing effective methods for provisioning new users, de-provisioning old users, updating access privileges as users move around the organization, and automating the user change and configuration processes.

In this webcast, top experts on identity and access management Adrian Lane, CTO and analyst at Securosis, and Rick Wagner, Director of Product Management at NetIQ, will discuss the key elements of building a strong identity management strategy, the key practices behind those strategies, and the tools required.

Attendees will come away with some essential tips for building a strong identity management program and the technologies and practices needed to enforce it.


Webcast: Building an Effective Identity Management Strategy

by NetIQNov 05, 2013

Virtually every enterprise does identity management, but very few do it as effectively as they could.

Many enterprises have trouble developing effective methods for provisioning new users, de-provisioning old users, updating access privileges as users move around the organization, and automating the user change and configuration processes.

In this webcast, top experts on identity and access management Adrian Lane, CTO and analyst at Securosis, and Rick Wagner, Director of Product Management at NetIQ, will discuss the key elements of building a strong identity management strategy, the key practices behind those strategies, and the tools required.

Attendees will come away with some essential tips for building a strong identity management program and the technologies and practices needed to enforce it.


Whitepaper: Clearing the Path to PCI DSS Version 2.0 Compliance

by NetIQJun 20, 2012

As compliance demands comprehensive protection of cardholder data, enterprises require comprehensive solutions that support heterogeneous environments with a multitude of servers, operating systems, devices and applications. But getting to that point can be difficult without a good roadmap.

This whitepaper outlines a clear path to full PCI DSS compliance with a cost-effective solution.


Whitepaper: Contractor Access: Mitigating Security and Risk Issues

by NetIQMay 01, 2014

Contractors are becoming a much larger part of modern business. But most organizations struggle to grant them the right access, and failing to do so can lead to serious security breaches. It's time to find something that will work with your environment--even when contractors are a part of it. This paper explains how you can rethink your identity and access provisioning for better security across the organization. You don't have to live with the risk of a security breach just because you use contractors. Read the paper today, and start improving your access management strategies tomorrow.


Whitepaper: CyberEdge: 2014 Cyberthreat Defense Report

by NetIQMar 01, 2014

As trusted experts in the field of cybersecurity, CyberEdge has provided the 2014 Cyberthreat Defense Report to demonstrate just what the current security landscape looks like. IT professionals from North America and Europe responded to a survey, and an overwhelming majority of them said their organization had been the victim of at least one attack in 2013. To mitigate that danger, organizations are expected to put more money into IT budgets in the upcoming years.


In addition to these statistics, you'll also learn where most IT professionals see potential weaknesses in their environment, and how most organizations plan to add strength to those areas. Don't let yourself fall behind the curve. Download the report today.


Research Report: IDC Analyst Connection: Reducing Risk with Access Governance Solutions

by NetIQJun 20, 2012

In this discussion with Sally Hudson, research director of IDC's Security Products and Services group, learn how to utilize access governance to reduce risk, provide better intelligence for overall business processes and the features to look for when evaluating a solution. Access governance is a process that promotes the operation, management, and high-performance levels of a business while ensuring the reduction of uncertainty. As such, access governance is increasingly important to business.

According to IDC, GRC involves taking a comprehensive and holistic view of all three components (governance, risk, and compliance) from both operational and strategic perspectives. Read the timely Q and A, Reducing Risk with Access Governance Solutions.


Whitepaper: Identity and Access Governance: Bringing Business and IT Together

by NetIQJun 20, 2012

As different as IT and business needs might seem, in the case of identity-management and access-governance systems, you cannot meet the needs of one without meeting the needs of the other. It is imperative that both systems work together to meet and exceed business and IT objectives. While IT must support compliance efforts, provide access, keep systems secure and update technology and computing environment, business managers are concerned with staying compliant, passing security/regulatory audits, mitigating risks, quickly responding to internal and external customers and having the ability to view the entire enterprise in an easy-to-understand and use system.

Proper research, planning and partner selection will ensure that your organization's IAG solution meets both the business and IT needs or your organization. Read this white paper, to gain insight:Identity and Access Governance: Bringing Business and IT Together.


Whitepaper: Is Your Identity and Access Governance Program Vulnerable to Risk?

by NetIQSep 25, 2014

Many organizations implement identity and access governance (IAG) as a quick-fix to appease auditors and avoid fines. Such an ad-hoc approach can lead to poorly managed access, which in turn can create big security issues. Instead, a proactive IAG program that answers the question: "Who has access to what, and is it appropriate?" not only appeases auditors, it pleases the CIO by helping to prevent risk from insider attacks. Read this white paper to learn whether your IAG program is proactive or reactive.


Whitepaper: Managing Change and Complexity with Identity and Access Governance

by NetIQMay 13, 2016

The only thing that is constant is change. Businesses must manage their systems within ever growing and changing complexities. The Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) environment is front and center in this ongoing battle.

  • How is change and complexity causing you to rethink your approach to identity, security and governance?
  • Do you have the necessary tools to meet those challenges?
  • Do you have the processes in place to take your organization forward into the rapidly evolving world that lies ahead?
This paper will examine some of the challenges that modern organizations face in their efforts to develop and adapt a compliance program that can solve today's needs and support new requirements in the future.