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Author: Dan Kaplan

Sticky note security now plagues application and service connections, necessitating a shift to more mature workload access safeguards.
Security teams can enhance business operations by providing workload credential management as a service, freeing developers to focus on innovation.
Stolen identity data remains part of a large percentage of breaches, according to the annual landmark report.
A string of recent compromises involving non-human identity credentials are putting organizations on high alert. Here's what you can do about it.
Snowflake shines in storage and analytics, yet your success hinges on adhering to security best practices, with workload IAM acting as a crucial ally.
Take this self-assessment to guide you toward uncovering potential weaknesses with your strategy for securing workload connections.
Breaches involve non-human identities more than ever, and that trend should continue. Here is a catalog of those incidents, with advice for mitigating the risk.
Cloud applications have transformed how businesses operate, but now you must manage and secure access between all those newly created non-human identities.
As software increasingly automates business, DevOps and security teams will find common ground on the need to streamline and secure workload access.
In the span of a few weeks, three leading tech authorities published findings on non-human identity security challenges. What does this tell us?