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Live Webinar: Thursday, April 18 at 2pm ET / 11am PT

4 Steps to Securing Digital Identities

An identity-first security approach is no longer a nicety – it's now a necessity in the rapidly evolving landscape of cybersecurity. With technology advancing and threats becoming more sophisticated, the focus has shifted towards redefining the perimeter of security. Today, that new perimeter is identity. Embracing an identity-first security approach, particularly through robust Identity and Access Management (IAM), represents a significant departure from the traditional role of security.


According to industry leader Gartner, the concept of "Identity as the new perimeter" has reached critical mass, driven by both technical advancements and cultural shifts in the industry. This approach acknowledges that securing access to an organization's most critical resources starts with understanding the identity of users and their associated devices. Whether it's an employee, a contractor, an endpoint, or a server, every entity within the organization must undergo authentication and authorization processes to ensure secure interactions with systems.


Implementing an identity-first security approach offers several benefits.

  • Ensure users are authenticated and devices are secure
  • Broker access to all critical resources, including SaaS apps, on-premise apps, APIs, networks, and infrastructure
  • Give the right amount of access for the right amount of time
  • Remove access automatically when required
  • Prevent lateral movement in the event that identity is compromised
  • Rapidly mitigate the risk of compromised credentials


To delve deeper into the realm of securing digital identities, we invite you to join our upcoming webinar on Thursday, April 18 at 2pm ET / 11am PT. This webinar will provide valuable insights and practical guidance on implementing an effective identity-first security strategy.


Chris deRito

Christopher deRito
Security Engineer

Kevin Wiser

Kevin Wiser
Senior Solutions Architect