Securing The Future
SecureAuth made a major splash at its INTERSECTION 2018 event this week from both a technology and personnel standpoint, naming two new leaders to its C-suite and enhancing its flagship products to better find identity-based attacks and monitor privileged account access.
Some of the Irvine, Calif.-based identity security vendor's partner praised the move, with Optiv's Dawn-Marie Hutchinson saying that identifying critical assets and detecting threats against them earlier in the process allows for attacks to be thwarted more quickly.
"To the extent we can identify through the pen testing and the machine learning where those attacks are coming from and the likelihood of attacks against identity, the faster and more efficient we are in responding," said Hutchinson, executive director at Denver-based Optiv, No. 26 on the 2018 CRN Solution Provider 500.
From a new company moniker to improve penetration testing and adaptive access control offerings, here's a look at the biggest news to come out of INTERSECTION 2018.