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Centrify gets flexible with privileged access deployment
“The ability to deploy the Centrify Privilege Service either on-premises or in a private cloud is an attractive option for customers."
'It's time to rethink security' warns Centrify exec
“Staying with the status quo is not viable because password-based security solutions are not protecting us."
Could passwords be past their use-by date?
“Because we’re expected to remember them, many people choose passwords that are easy to recall – to a ludicrous degree."
Rémy Cointreau takes a shot at security with Centrify
"Centrify wasn’t a financial decision, it was a strategic move based on the agility it would deliver the company."
Survey says 3/4 of consumers expect your company to be hacked
Three quarters of consumers expect business and organisations to be hacked, a new study from cybersecurity firm Centrify reports.
Network Professional Services takes out top Centrify award
Melbourne’s Network Professional Services has taken out Centrify’s ANZ Channel Partner Network award for the second consecutive year.
Wearables a security risk, says Centrify
"The presence of wearables in the enterprise poses a growing concern for IT security."
Unmanaged wearables pose threat to the enterprise
“Wearables are deceptively private. However, hackers don’t need to take physical possession of a device in order to exploit a hole in security."
Centrify ups fight against enterprise attacks with 'MFA Everywhere'
Centrify has launched a new initiative to secure enterprise identities against the most prevalent source of cyber attacks - compromised credentials.
Centrify delivers federated privileged access for outsourced IT
Centrify ups protection for outsourced IT with first secure federated privileged access for outsourced IT, providing USP for resellers.
Aussie data centre for Centrify as demand for local IDaaS grows
Centrify is opening its first Australian data centre as demand for its identity-as-a-service offerings and in-region data storage grows.
User credentials main reason for security breaches, says expert
“Australia & New Zealand are not protected from these sort of assaults by our remote locations in the world. In fact, we are more at risk than ever."
Centrify becomes a Dropbox premier partner
Centrify will integrate with Dropbox on two new security initiatives after signing on as a premier partner in Dropbox’s new partner network.
Centrify rolls out Android for Work mobility offering
“We believe Centrify’s unified approach to identity and mobility management aligns to Google's forward thinking view of the mobile workforce."
A third of IT leaders would hack for $2000 or less
IT managers could be swayed to turn to hacking for as little as a couple thousand dollars, according new research from Centrify.
Unsecure Apple devices a 'huge' liability
A lack of security and management of Apple devices in the workplace is exposing businesses to significant liabilities, according to Centrify.
Centrify eyes up new reseller partners; new markets
Centrify is on the lookout for additional local partners as the company eyes up new markets under the watch of its new ANZ boss.
Cyber breaches a weekly occurrence for many ANZ organisations
Nearly half of Australian and New Zealand IT managers believe they are now dealing with weekly cyber breaches, according to a new report.
Network Professional Services wins Centrify APAC partner award
Centrify has introduced its inaugural Centrify Channel Partner Network Awards Program and announced the company’s top performing channel partners.
Celeb nude photos prove passwords are passé...
The 4Chan nude celebrity photo hack reveals password protection has passed its use-by date warns Derek Morwood, Regional Manager of unified identity management leader Centrify.