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"Security" is the number one issue holding business leaders back from the cloud. But does the reality match the perception?
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Many consumers are still unaware that over 95% of the data breaches start with a phishing email.
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Customers want more online access, but they also want to do less to get there: more mobility with less hassle. More security, but less time spent signing on. Where does that leave you and your identity and access management (IAM) practices?