EY Canada enhances cybersecurity practices with help of IDMSense
By CS StaffNews Data Security cybersecurity EY Canada IDMSense Privileged Access Management (PAM)
IDMSense team members will join over 6,000 EY cybersecurity practitioners globally
EY Canada has announced that the company is enhancing its cybersecurity offerings by welcoming IDMSense to the firm.
“Organizations are introducing more users, more data and, as a result, more cybersecurity risk to their businesses every day as digital acceleration advances,” says Linda Williams, EY Canada managing partner, Consulting, in a prepared statement. “Digital Identity solutions are foundational to any information security program, allowing organizations to manage and control access to data. We’re excited to welcome top talent into EY to help protect what matters most to our clients.”
IDMSense team members will join over 6,000 EY cybersecurity practitioners globally connected in 150 countries to help offer advanced Digital Identity solutions.
“Joining forces with EY is an opportunity to combine our teams of innovative and agile thinkers to create a more powerful presence in the market,” says Omer Arshed, IDMSense managing director. “We’re proud of the advanced service capability that we’ve built and now, together with local and global EY networks of skilled cybersecurity practitioners, we look forward to bringing entirely new possibilities to clients.”
According to a company statement, implementing a Privileged Access Management (PAM) strategy can help organizations protect against cyberattacks — increasingly important as recent EY survey results reveal 66% of Canadian businesses are experiencing more attack attempts. This number is expected to continue trending upwards as threats evolve to exploit the COVID-19 environment.
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