In the face of evolving threats and actors, traditional ID security strategies have been proven inadequate, says Entrust's Dave Rockvam. It's time for a security evolution.
But to raise the bar on ID security, organizations first must assess their current gaps and gain a better understanding on where attackers are seeing success, says Rockvam, VP of product management and marketing communications at Entrust.
In a video interview recorded at RSA 2014, Rockvam discusses:
- Why current ID security strategies are inadequate;
- Threat trends that are changing the landscape;
- How organizations can address their ID security gaps.
Under Rockvam, Entrust Certificate Services has seen a rapid expansion, more than doubling since the company went private in 2009. This growth has helped Entrust shift from a mainly perpetual software company to a cloud software-as-a-service company, deriving roughly 60 percent of product revenue from cloud, software-as-a-service or subscription-based offerings. Rockvam is a graduate of Texas Tech University where he received an undergraduate degree in international trade and economics. He also holds a master's degree in business administration from the University of Texas at Dallas.