As COVID-19 strengthens its grip across the globe with over 1 million cases of infected people and the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring it a pandemic, it’s important for us to have a conversation about how and where technology can support enterprise efforts to protect its workforce.Find other insightful content from AlertEnterprise on their Vendor Showcase
Identity, trust and security are at the heart of enterprise digital transformation, making it easier and faster to engage customers and partners, create amazing experiences and offerings and level up operations. Security is now a true business enabler.Find other insightful content from AlertEnterprise on their Vendor Showcase
For today’s enterprise on a digital transformation journey, there are four essential pillars of Physical Identity Access Management (PIAM) to consider:
Securing our most important critical resource—the food supply chain—means correlating threats across underlying HR, IT, Physical Security and Operational Technology used in production and processing. AlertEnterprise links to specialized plant applications like MES, plant historians and demand management from ERP that can deliver information directly to production. Monitoring insider and contractor access to modifying batch recipes detects when the addition of a preservative has been suppressed, causing a contaminated batch to be produced.Find other insightful content from AlertEnterprise on their Vendor Showcase
As digital technology dramatically improves the economics and capabilities of every business, Digital Transformation or DX, is a quest for high-performance companies to gain further efficiencies/improve operational metrics and pull ahead of their competition. Recent studies found using hardware, software, algorithms and the internet DX is 10xs cheaper and faster to engage customers, create offerings, harness partners and operate business. It is now the job of digital-minded business leaders to apply rules to engage, compete and grow.Find other insightful content from AlertEnterprise on their Vendor Showcase
Today’s digital transformation means limitless opportunity for those who can harness the digitization of our physical world safely and effectively. But the transformation has forever altered the threat landscape, leaving no entity without risk. Cyber and physical threats have blended, the result of our new everything IP-connected environment. The growing internet of Things (loT), with billions of connected devices predicted in the coming years, is further driving an exponential explosion of cyber-physical risk. Smart cities, autonomous vehicles, drones and robotics are the next inflection point. Any system compromised can have a devastating impact on security, critical operations, profitability and reputation.Find other insightful content from AlertEnterprise on their Vendor Showcase
Today’s external workforce includes many nontraditional work arrangements, including independent contractors, temporary workers, online task contract workers, freelancers, service delivery contract workers, on-call contract workers, subcontractor workers and others. Recent studies estimate that 16.51 to 56.7 million U.S. workers work outside traditional employer-employee arrangements. And more than one-third have an external job as a primary or secondary job.Find other insightful content from AlertEnterprise on their Vendor Showcase
In spite of continued spending on technologies and initiatives, security incidents at financial institutions continue to rise, evidenced by escalating high-profile external and insider-led attacks. Security experts agree that the current approach of dealing with security in departmental silos is leading to increased risk, rising security costs and a climate of mistrust on the part of the regulators, who remain frustrated with recurring breaches.Find other insightful content from AlertEnterprise on their Vendor Showcase
Utilities are extra-critical infrastructures with complex security requirements. New sophisticated threats that live in both cyber and physical domains stand poised and ready to attack—with potential, ongoing risk to IT, Operational Technology (OT), and Physical Security. Addressing these escalating threats requires a new formula and approach where 1 + 1 + 1 equals 0. With the objective of zero compliance violations and a new level of security, a converged solution is the best way to close the security gaps and deliver automated policy and compliance enforcement.Find other insightful content from AlertEnterprise on their Vendor Showcase
View On-DemandHow to ensure a safe workplace by automating the enforcement of health and safety guidelines.This time of unprecedented change has triggered a tectonic shift in the way organizations have been dealing with the health, security & safety of their workforce. Leaders are realizing that they must stop operating in silos and embrace a holistic approach. Enterprise response and recovery plans have become a major catalyst for converged security, as it has proven to be the most effective way to manage workspace access, enforce workforce security, safety and privacy.Join AlertEnterprise's Aamir Ghaffar, Director of Engineering Solutions as he demonstrates the Health & Safety Access Governance and Intelligence software modules that help businesses protect their workforce and return to work in a safe, secure and controlled way.Aamir, leads the global solutions engineering team at AlertEnterprise and has over 10 years of experience as an enterprise software solutions technical sales leader. Mr. Ghaffar provides strategic and technical guidance on how AlertEnterprise solutions deliver positive business value for customers and partnersAttendees will learn how to:
Guardian makes security, safety and data privacy part of your workforce hire-to-retire journey. In this video, get a first-hand look at how Guardian's real-time integration with SAP SuccessFactors automates and streamlines workplace access for onboarding, transfer, job changes, and off-boarding scenarios.
In today’s new normal, businesses must reassess how they manage workspace access and enforce security, safety, and privacy for their workforce. It gets even more complex as people move from onboarding to everyday access, transfer or make job changes, and eventually offboard. How can you manage transitions without compromising security, productivity, and experiences?
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