The catch here is, “never trust, always verify.” Agree? Or not? Let’s take a look… 

The latest hum in the world of Digital transformation is ‘Zero Trust.’ As more and more organizations move towards a remote work environment in this new world, a clean balance between an organization’s security and user productivity has to be ensured. 

Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is the prime. 

UEM is a class of software tools that provide a single management interface for devices. In a single approach, it manages all endpoints like tablets, smartphones, laptops, the Internet of Things (IoT) and more. 

IBM Security is announcing the release of User Risk Management, a new capability within IBM Security MaaS360, which builds and maintains comprehensive, AI-driven risk profiles of enrolled users. 

Cyberattacks and threats to users usually begin at the endpoint, and IBM’s new feature is a risk modelling and enforcement tool that continuously surveys the relative risk of all employees and devices within an organization. 

Users are continuously evaluated for risks, and only those identified as a potential threat are given security hurdles to enter, and that’s Zero Trust. 

This Zero risk Trust Model:

  • Builds and maintains accurate, current risk profiles
  • Chart user and device health to maintain good digital hygiene
  • Enforce compliance actions against high-risk users

Save your company time and money, improve the user experience and don’t let security take a back seat. If you are excited to learn more about User Risk Management and do the magic trick within your organization, Join IBM Security on August 6th at 1 PM ET for a live webinar. 

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Neha Madiya is a Content Strategist and a Copywriter creating intentional content for her target audience. She interviews leading industry experts and reports the latest industry trends in the fields of AI, Cloud, Cybersecurity, UCaaS, Connectivity and more. Neha is the Book Editor of "My Failed Boss", a lavish web researcher and a travel enthusiast. Her mantra in life is, "Knowledge is best used when shared".



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