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‘Identity sprawl’ and the root of 80 percent of security breaches

What’s more annoying than forgetting the password to an email account? How about when an employee shares a password, which is then stolen by a hacker who uses it to breach sensitive data and bring down an enterprise? “Identity sprawl” contributes to today’s biggest cybersecurity vulnerability, according to Tom Kemp (pictured), chief executive officer of Centrify […] The post ‘Identity sprawl’ and the root of 80 percent of security breaches appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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