Complex Solution – PJ Magic http://pjmagic.net/ Mon, 08 Aug 2022 12:01:44 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://pjmagic.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1-150x150.png Complex Solution – PJ Magic http://pjmagic.net/ 32 32 Simulmedia renews its data contract with TiVo https://pjmagic.net/simulmedia-renews-its-data-contract-with-tivo/ Mon, 08 Aug 2022 11:56:01 +0000 https://pjmagic.net/simulmedia-renews-its-data-contract-with-tivo/ Cross-channel TV advertising company Simulmedia has renewed its data licensing partnership with Xperi-owned TiVo. The partnership will allow Simulmedia’s TV+ platform to continue to provide marketers with audience planning, targeting and activation capabilities on ad-supported channels in the United States. The platform provides access to more than 300 million U.S. viewers in 120 million homes […]]]>

Cross-channel TV advertising company Simulmedia has renewed its data licensing partnership with Xperi-owned TiVo.

The partnership will allow Simulmedia’s TV+ platform to continue to provide marketers with audience planning, targeting and activation capabilities on ad-supported channels in the United States. The platform provides access to more than 300 million U.S. viewers in 120 million homes through partnerships with 250 broadcast, cable and streaming platforms and publishers.

Dave Morgan, Founder and CEO of Simulmedia, said, “Simulmedia’s partnership with TiVo has been instrumental in the success of our intelligent, data-driven approach to television advertising for over a decade now. As the cross-channel television ecosystem has become increasingly complex, the demand for reliable data on audience viewing habits is greater than ever. With TiVo data deeply integrated into TV+, our customers now have a simplified way to unlock the audience data they need to better inform how TV can help them achieve their business goals.

Fariba Zamaniyan, Vice President, Data and Advertising, TiVo, said, “We are excited to extend our long relationship with Simulmedia as it continues to redefine data-driven television and video advertising to meet the ever-changing needs brands, marketers and agencies in an increasingly complex environment.

“Our TV audience data will continue to provide Simulmedia with a high-quality data set that will support the creation of representative audiences giving their clients the ability to target advertising with confidence in this complex and evolving media environment.”

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TradeSun and Coriolis Launch Trade Finance ESG Rating https://pjmagic.net/tradesun-and-coriolis-launch-trade-finance-esg-rating/ Sat, 06 Aug 2022 18:01:02 +0000 https://pjmagic.net/tradesun-and-coriolis-launch-trade-finance-esg-rating/ TradeSuna technology company that leverages artificial intelligence for business compliance and automation, and Coriolis Technologiesa provider of business data and analytics, has partnered to launch an integrated solution for banks to measure and verify the environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance of business transactions. As regulators pressure companies to disclose more details on ESG performance, […]]]>

TradeSuna technology company that leverages artificial intelligence for business compliance and automation, and Coriolis Technologiesa provider of business data and analytics, has partnered to launch an integrated solution for banks to measure and verify the environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance of business transactions.

As regulators pressure companies to disclose more details on ESG performance, quantitative methods for analyzing the impact of trade finance activities are key to achieving regional and international sustainability goals. .

The combined solution enables TradeSun’s clients to leverage Coriolis’ ESG Tracker, an independent ratings-based platform developed with over 50 financial institutions, to score, monitor and verify their trade finance transactions and activities against the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as defined by the The United Nations.

Banks can also view ratings against national and international regulatory frameworks such as the EU Taxonomy, Sustainable Finance Disclosures Regulations, and US Accounting Standards Board Regulations for Sustainability. Additionally, financial institutions can research and explore corporate ratings for governance purposes, including conducting personnel audits.

TradeSun customers will be able to use the Coriolis ESG Tracker in tandem with other integrated data partners, providing greater insight, flexibility and helping financial institutions offer financial incentives to their clients when they meet specific ESG criteria.

Hook Nigel, CEO of TradeSun, said, “Data analytics and better visibility into trade are key to achieving the UN SDGs. We are excited to work with Rebecca and her team to support more sustainable commerce through thoughtful interpretation of data. Regulators are warning that increasing ESG risk transparency must be a priority for companies – and the only way to do this is through more quantitative ways to measure risk across the global financial system.

Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies, said, “TradeSun’s innovative approach to digitizing commerce is a perfect fit with Coriolis Technologies’ ambition to make the complex nature of commerce accessible to everyone, driving economic prosperity for businesses, countries and their people. TradeSun’s use of AI solutions as a client empowerment mechanism aligns with our approach of using cloud-based data aggregation to advance global business processes. Collaboration is essential for successful and applicable sustainability assessments, which is why we are extremely excited to partner with TradeSun.

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Axio’s solution to quantify cyber risk raises $22.5 million https://pjmagic.net/axios-solution-to-quantify-cyber-risk-raises-22-5-million/ Thu, 04 Aug 2022 11:00:00 +0000 https://pjmagic.net/axios-solution-to-quantify-cyber-risk-raises-22-5-million/ Couldn’t attend Transform 2022? Discover all the summit sessions now in our on-demand library! Look here. When it comes to gaining management and board buy-in, measuring and quantifying cyber risk is essential. Security managers who cannot put a financial value on the level of risk in an environment may find it difficult to justify spending […]]]>

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When it comes to gaining management and board buy-in, measuring and quantifying cyber risk is essential. Security managers who cannot put a financial value on the level of risk in an environment may find it difficult to justify spending on defensive technology.

The problem is that the calculation of risk is complex. However, solution providers like cyber risk quantification offer Axiowhich today announced it has raised $23 million in a Series B investment round led by ISTARI, provides platforms to continuously measure risk and identify gaps.

Axio’s Axio360 solution provides organizations with a single source of truth about their overall cyber risk posture, providing cybersecurity assessments for industry frameworks and standards including NIST, CSF, C2m2 and CIS 18 , as well as cyber risk quantification and insurance stress testing for insurance policy analysis.

This approach, and that of other cyber risk quantification vendors, allows security managers to better communicate the financial value of cyber risks in the environment so they can understand which threats would cause the most damage to the organization and help determine if they have the right level of cyber insurance coverage.

Aligning with cyber risk

As maintaining security and compliance becomes increasingly complex as the threat landscape evolves, more organizations are turning to cyber risk quantification to address their level of threat. exposure.

In fact, according to Gartner 2021 Cyber ​​Risk Quantification Survey nearly 70% of SRM leaders planned to deploy CRQ within the next two years.

At the heart of the challenge of mitigating cyber risk is the fact that security officers and senior executives rarely agree on how they interpret the amount of risk in the business.

“The board, C-suite, and security and risk team are rarely aligned on key issues regarding the organization’s cyber posture and overall performance. Axio drives this alignment and enables leaders to optimize decision-making, prioritization and investments around cybersecurity,” said Scott Kannry, CEO of Axiom.

“When presenting to management, most CISOs struggle to communicate effectively without using rudimentary heatmaps and scoring frameworks that attempt to describe how their program is performing and why certain areas of risk control require more budget,” Kannry said.

Kannry says the end result of this misunderstanding is that security leaders don’t get the funds they need to protect the company, while the board doesn’t get the visibility they need. to see which security investments have the most impact.

Risk quantification solutions like Axio help simplify these communications by enabling CISOs to communicate risks in financial terms.

A Brief Overview of the Risk Quantification Market

The risk quantification market is a relatively new space, but it has seen a lot of investment activity over the past year. Just over a few months ago, cybersecurity posture automation vendor balbix announced that it had raised $70 million in a Series C funding cycle.

Balbix’s platform analyzes several hundred billion time-varying signals from across the network, prioritizing vulnerabilities and providing users with risk insights, while providing a measure of the financial risk presented by the vulnerabilities.

The organization also competes with “active insurance” providers like Coalition, which offer real-time risk assessment to measure real-time digital risk. Coalition raised $250 million in funding just a month ago.

Although Kannry says the main differentiator between Axio and other competitors is that “we focus on impact and help the security leader understand what something is going to cost. We focus on correctness, allowing users to “show off their work” when asked by a board member. »

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Sasol Chemicals Uses AI-Based Monitoring Technologies at Lake Charles Chemical Complex – Chemical Engineering https://pjmagic.net/sasol-chemicals-uses-ai-based-monitoring-technologies-at-lake-charles-chemical-complex-chemical-engineering/ Tue, 02 Aug 2022 19:45:09 +0000 https://pjmagic.net/sasol-chemicals-uses-ai-based-monitoring-technologies-at-lake-charles-chemical-complex-chemical-engineering/ By Mary Page Bailey | August 2, 2022 Sasol Chemicalsa business unit of Sasol Ltd. (Johannesburg, South Africa), will deploy innovative AI-based technology in its ethylene unit at its Lake Charles chemical complex in Louisiana to measure and monitor energy consumption and emissions to identify opportunities reducing CO2 emissions and improving energy efficiency. Sasol Chemicals […]]]>

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Sasol Chemicalsa business unit of Sasol Ltd. (Johannesburg, South Africa), will deploy innovative AI-based technology in its ethylene unit at its Lake Charles chemical complex in Louisiana to measure and monitor energy consumption and emissions to identify opportunities reducing CO2 emissions and improving energy efficiency.

Sasol Chemicals will deploy the emissions.AI solution from UK-based data analytics experts OPEX, an ERM Group company, at its Lake Charles Chemical Complex Ethylene Unit, with potential to expand to other units as a result of this program pilot.

“Technology and innovation will play a critical role in helping us achieve our emissions reduction goals,” said André Bonton, vice president of technical services for Sasol Chemicals America. “We work with solution providers like OPEX Group to apply proven technology that can inform our emissions reduction strategies and investments. With emissions.AI, we can put accurate data in the hands of our experts so they can make faster, better decisions that improve our performance and drive more sustainable operations.

Sasol is the first company in the chemical manufacturing industry to introduce emissions.AIoriginally designed for complex oil and gas installations.

The introduction of new digital technology is part of Sasol’s roadmap to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30% globally by 2030. In addition to increasing its use of renewable energy, Sasol is also focused on maximizing energy efficiency at its sites.

emissions.AI Continuously monitor energy consumption at the Lake Charles Chemical Complex Ethylene Unit and highlight opportunities to minimize fuel and electrical consumption. It will give the company quick access to detailed emissions data and analysis functionality to identify emission reduction opportunities.

Jamie Bennett, CEO of the OPEX Group, said: “How companies choose to operate their facilities can have a significant impact on emissions and costs. Our emissions.AI provides customers with quality data and insights so they can identify the opportunities that will have the greatest impact, helping them quickly deliver on their decarbonization promises. We are proud to play a role in supporting Sasol’s sustainability goals and look forward to working in the chemical sector. »

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General practitioners at the “top of the medical hierarchy” crying out for respect https://pjmagic.net/general-practitioners-at-the-top-of-the-medical-hierarchy-crying-out-for-respect/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 03:22:30 +0000 https://pjmagic.net/general-practitioners-at-the-top-of-the-medical-hierarchy-crying-out-for-respect/ We are at the top of the medical hierarchy. We coordinate care in all other medical specialties, and we are a medical specialty. We diagnose just about every condition and there needs to be a lot more respect for the complexity of what we’re treating. We need resources to be able to deliver on the […]]]>

We are at the top of the medical hierarchy. We coordinate care in all other medical specialties, and we are a medical specialty. We diagnose just about every condition and there needs to be a lot more respect for the complexity of what we’re treating. We need resources to be able to deliver on the promises our training has given us

GENERAL practice is at a tipping point, and in addition to fundamental reform of funding models, experts say attitudes towards general practice need to change, and are changing now.

With rising costs of caregiving (here, here and here), increasing the rate of physician burnout (here, here and here) and low number of people trained as general practitionersthere are repeated calls in the industry to abandon universal wholesale billing and fund primary care in a different way.

But it’s not just a question of money. General practitioners want in-depth changes for the sustainability of their profession.

“We need to celebrate our profession, we need to be respected,” said Dr David King, senior lecturer in general practice at the University of Queensland.

“We must be included in decisions about health care, and the nation must realize that we are the bedrock of health care in Australia, especially primary health care.”

Dr Karen Price, President of the Royal Australian College of GPs (RACGP) went further.

“There needs to be a total change in attitude towards general practice,” she said.

“We are at the top of the medical hierarchy. We coordinate care in all other medical specialties, and we are a medical specialty.

“We diagnose just about every condition and there needs to be a lot more respect for the complexity of what we are treating.

“We need resources to be able to deliver on the promise that our training has given us,” she said. Preview+.

Bulk billing is just the tip of the iceberg, but it’s a trick that’s getting a lot of attention.

“[The financial sustainability of general practice has] reach a tipping point. When interest rates hit 0.1% you can’t go any lower and once they go back up it will cause a crisis. That’s what happened with wholesale billing,” Dr. King said.

How did the primary care funding crisis start?

Many believe the primary care funding problems began in 2013, when the federal Labor government introduced a health insurance freeze as part of a savings plan. The coalition government extended the following year.

However, Dr King said general practice had been struggling for decades.

“In the decade leading up to that, there were a few years where GP rebates went up by half [Consumer Price Index (CPI)] while specialized discounts increased the full CPI.

“And in the decade before that, under the Hawke and Keating government, they tried to introduce a sharebut instead of adding it to the discount they were going to let us collect $5 which would have meant a pay cut due to the extra administration.

“General practice has been squeezed for decades,” he said.

The impact of universal wholesale billing on physicians

GPs see the implications of these poor decisions daily.

“I saw a patient on telehealth this morning and then had to do a few things, but I can only charge for more than 6 minutes,” Dr. King said. “For my 20 to 25 minutes of work, I earn $39 minus the facility fee… For the half hour of work, what did I earn?” $25 or more.

“It’s not really sustainable. And that’s the total cost, it’s not my salary… There’s no way I can sustain the practice,” Dr. King explained.

The implications of bulk billing are far-reaching for physicians and patients, Dr. Price said.

“General medicine is a private enterprise. We cannot afford to build buildings that have, for example, spare rooms for infectious diseases. We cannot afford to hire all the paramedical health personnel that may be needed to manage the complex chronic diseases that we are seeing more and more.

Funding also impacts the number of GPs who wish to enter the profession as they work for less income than other doctors.

The proportion of final year students the registration of general medicine as a first preference specialty fell to its lowest level since 2012 at 15.2%. At the same time, the GP workforce is aging – the proportion of GPs over the age of 65 fell from 11.6% in 2015 to 13.3% in 2019.

Fewer GPs are straining others who have to fill in the gaps. Burnout and fatigue are a common concern for GPs, according to the RACGP general medicine health of the nation report.

This is particularly evident in rural areas where there are even fewer GPs than in urban centres.

“Doctors need time to recover, but they also need time to hone,” Dr. Price said.

“Due to labor issues, they can’t leave their practice. What happens is people get burnt out after a while and leave that rural area, leaving the population without any access to general medical care,” Dr Price explained.

For many doctors, the only solution is to switch to a mixed billing model, a model supported by the RACGP.

“We made a online seminar (about moving to blended billing) and then we had the practice owners conference. It was one of the most popular webinars we’ve had in a long time, and the discussion is certainly still going strong on the forums.

“We are not trying to abandon those who cannot pay. We try to do a mixed billing approach so that we can always support them. But we have to keep the doors open. And if we want to keep the doors open, we’re going to have to charge some people for the gap,” Dr. Price explained.

The future of primary care

However, other experts want a more complete solution.

“I think we need to look just beyond Medicare rebates,” Dr. King said.

Funding models such as capitation or blended capitation have already been discussed and Are still.

“Other funding models for general practice are moving away from full fee-for-service,” Dr King said.

“Even moving back into nurse incentive practice can allow us to provide primary care more holistically with a team and still get paid for what we do. »

Dr. Price agreed that there needs to be a funding model that integrates other services.

“We need to look at different models like the ACCHOs (Indigenous Community Controlled Health Agencies) have done. They have a great model for aboriginal medical services. We have to look at centers like that in some of the lower socio-economic areas where they can’t afford a vacuum. We need to look at how this might work with access to physiotherapy, social work, occupational therapy and psychologists in an equitable and supported way.

“Currently, patients go to the hospital, which costs thousands of dollars, because that’s the only place a public patient who can’t afford gaps can really access paramedic health care. They can’t access it in the community,” Dr. Price explained.

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German military-academic complex publishes war manifesto https://pjmagic.net/german-military-academic-complex-publishes-war-manifesto/ Sat, 30 Jul 2022 01:26:53 +0000 https://pjmagic.net/german-military-academic-complex-publishes-war-manifesto/ On July 20, the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) published an article invited by 22 academics and military. The declaration can only be described as a war manifesto of the German military-academic complex. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, center, arrives for a tour of the German Armed Forces’ “Joint Operations Command,” the Bundeswehr, in Schwielowsee […]]]>

On July 20, the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) published an article invited by 22 academics and military. The declaration can only be described as a war manifesto of the German military-academic complex.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, center, arrives for a tour of the German Armed Forces’ “Joint Operations Command,” the Bundeswehr, in Schwielowsee near Berlin, Germany, Friday, March 4, 2022. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

The article pleads for the continuation of the deadly proxy war in Ukraine, denounces any “desire for a rapid ceasefire and a political solution” as “dangerous” and calls for “increasing the level and quantity Western arms deliveries”.

The appeal underlines the aggressiveness with which German imperialism supports NATO’s proxy war in Ukraine. The authors explicitly state that there is “no leeway” for a “ceasefire” or a “diplomatic solution” in Ukraine. They claim that in order to avoid a “dictated peace” by Russia – that is, to defeat the Russian army in Ukraine – “the firepower and counterattack capacity in particular” of the Ukrainian army must be “massively” strengthened. The aim of the war must be “to gain time for the sanctions to take effect”, and thus to permanently limit the “military power” of Russia.

To justify this agenda, the newspaper relies on the usual propaganda of the NATO powers and upsets reality. The Kremlin regime “systematically planned and prepared for the war in Ukraine for several years” and aimed to “destroy Western societies, democratic political systems and international institutions”, say the authors. Russia, they continue, is trying to wage a years-long “war of attrition” in Ukraine and wants to trigger a recession in Germany “by cutting off the supply of natural gas”.

If the war ends with a “‘hasty’ diplomatic solution”, the authors state in a truly Orwellian manner, “further serious and destructive war crimes are threatened in Ukraine”.

In reality, it is the Western powers, including Germany, that are pursuing a destructive imperialist great power policy with the war in Ukraine, having “systematically planned and prepared” for the conflict. The NATO powers surrounded Russia after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and massively reinforced and modernized the Ukrainian armed forces after the pro-Western coup of 2014. They intentionally provoked the Russian invasion. Now they are using war to weaken and ultimately subjugate the resource-rich country so that it can be exploited and controlled by imperialist powers.

The “Manifesto of the 22” spells it out unequivocally. According to the authors, the war in Ukraine “represents the beginning of a new era, the consequences of which are still not understood by many”. They continue: “The failure of the Russian troops” and “the enormous losses inflicted on the Russian professional army” offer Germany and its allies “opportunities to influence new developments which must not be wasted”.

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A special contribution to get the co-owners out of Tamarac? – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports https://pjmagic.net/a-special-contribution-to-get-the-co-owners-out-of-tamarac-wsvn-7news-miami-news-weather-sports/ Thu, 28 Jul 2022 02:50:18 +0000 https://pjmagic.net/a-special-contribution-to-get-the-co-owners-out-of-tamarac-wsvn-7news-miami-news-weather-sports/ (WSVN) – A group of investors have served on the board of a condo association, approved a large special assessment and said it must be paid by unit owners by August 1. Can they do this? Find out in tonight’s Help Me Howard with Patrick Fraser. Arbor Key is a lovely affordable condo complex in […]]]>

(WSVN) – A group of investors have served on the board of a condo association, approved a large special assessment and said it must be paid by unit owners by August 1. Can they do this? Find out in tonight’s Help Me Howard with Patrick Fraser.

Arbor Key is a lovely affordable condo complex in Tamarac.

Maria Chaux: “I have lived here for a long time. I like the place.

The 232 condos are also on much of the real estate developers would like to have.

Patrick Fraser: “Trying to take ownership?”

Harvey Brown: “That’s right, exactly.”

Harvey came to this conclusion after four people bought about 50 units at the Arbor Key condo, got themselves elected to the board of directors, and in late June passed a special appraisal of more than $5.1 million that the owners must pay in one lump sum.

Harvey Brown: “Twenty-two thousand [dollars]. I must achieve this by August 1st.

It’s true. Each condo owner has until August 1 to pay between $20,000 and $24,000 for the appraisal.

Maria Chaux: “We don’t have that money.”

That’s impossible for Maria, who struggles to survive on her $1,100 a month pension.

Maria Chaux: “You see, I have very low incomes. It’s hard for us. »

If they don’t pay everything by August 1, residents said, they will be sent to collections.

Harvey Brown: “I said they might be crazy. It’s the only thing that comes to mind. I say these people are crazy.

Iris Gonzalez owns two units in Arbor Key and has previously served on the board.

Among the repairs: the roof, the swimming pool, the awnings. They are necessary, she says, but it will take a few years to get the job done, and she says residents should have those two years to pay for the assessment.

Iris Gonzalez: “Little by little with payment plans, so that people can breathe, not to suffocate people, because not everyone has the same economic situation as certain investors.”

Already, owners like Maria and Harvey are being called by a real estate agent who says she represents an anonymous buyer who wants to buy their condo.

Ernesto, who owns a few units here, says he can see what’s going on.

Ernesto Cuellar: “They want to put as many people as possible in foreclosure. Once the property comes on the market, they will buy it, and they will buy it cheap.

Good for investors, who might even demolish the condos and build more expensive buildings on the acres of land.

Ernesto Cuellar: “They want to maximize their profit, and they don’t care who they harm along the way.”

Well, Howard, what can a co-owner do when a board of directors makes decisions that could cost him his house?

Howard Finkelstein: “The simple solution: call the board back and throw them out with their lump-sum special assessment. The second solution: Go to court, show a judge what you think is going on, and ask the judge to remove the painting and temporarily appoint someone to fix things at the property.

I started checking. Companies owned by board member Benjamin Jones own at least 40 units, paying between $85,000 and about $115,000 per unit.

I emailed him and called him. He wouldn’t answer.

Only the fifth council member would speak. Alberto Conde told me that he had voted against the special assessment, that he was resigning from the council because what was being done to the owners was not fair.

Iris Gonzalez: “Give people a payment plan.”

This is what owners who are not wealthy investors want. It’s what they need to stay in their condos.

Harvey Brown: “I’ve had sleepless nights every day since I got that letter. I do not know what to do.

Well, maybe he’ll sleep better soon. 180 owners like Harvey fight back and do what Howard suggested. They’re going to try to call the board back, and they’ve hired a lawyer if they have to go to court.

We see this happening in many condo complexes, so we’ll let you know who will win this battle over buildings in case your complex faces the same type of takeover.

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Benefits of Modern PAM: Efficiency, Security, Compliance https://pjmagic.net/benefits-of-modern-pam-efficiency-security-compliance/ Tue, 26 Jul 2022 04:00:12 +0000 https://pjmagic.net/benefits-of-modern-pam-efficiency-security-compliance/ Many legacy Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions are still very manual in what they do and how they manage user access and permissions. They are intended for the human administrator or designed for the data center, which makes them unsuitable for complex and dynamic infrastructures hosted in the cloud. These traditional solutions can’t support large-scale […]]]>

Many legacy Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions are still very manual in what they do and how they manage user access and permissions. They are intended for the human administrator or designed for the data center, which makes them unsuitable for complex and dynamic infrastructures hosted in the cloud. These traditional solutions can’t support large-scale cloud transformation initiatives that require a modern PAM approach with automated, contextual access controls.

As we move to the cloud and to counter relentless identity-based attacks, our approach to PAM must be redefined to protect cloud access and cloud workloads. A “lift and shift” from a legacy PAM product to the cloud is not a secure or scalable option. You need a cloud-ready PAM solution to secure your organization and stop identity-related attacks, the leading cause of data breaches. A modern cloud-native solution delivers the inherent benefits of cloud applications: unparalleled scalability, high availability, ease of use, and low total cost of ownership.

“You invest in modern infrastructure and application development tools. Shouldn’t you invest in a modern PAM solution designed for the cloud or hybrid environment to protect it?

Let’s dive into these five benefits of a modern, automated, cloud-native PAM solution to help you streamline access management and improve operational efficiency.

1. Modern PAM is built for the cloud

A modern PAM solution can reduce complexities and risks with cloud-native security controls. As your infrastructure evolves and grows, you may have new private cloud projects or virtual private clouds, each with their own workloads in the same cloud provider, or your workloads on different cloud platforms or the complexities introduced due to a merger or acquisition. You can quickly integrate them into your PAM ecosystem with centralized policy management and strict access and privilege controls with a cloud-ready platform.

2. Smooth experience for all users

Inconvenient user experience is one of the main reasons why PAM projects fail or crash. Improving the user experience for all users is essential for a secure digital business. With rapid deployment and regular, automatic updates, the modern SaaS-delivered PAM solution provides a holistic identity security platform for all applications and systems accessible from anywhere. With a modern PAM solution built for the cloud, customers can avoid a complicated and protracted IT project to deploy PAM software and ongoing maintenance and operational costs.

3. Improved operational efficiency

A seamless experience will result in operational efficiencies. Yet, it is essential to know that privilege management in the cloud is very difficult because the scale is so large. Defining access policies, managing the access lifecycle, and auditing all privileged access becomes even more complicated in a multi-cloud environment. Complexities introduce security vulnerabilities, and that is precisely what threat actors are looking for.

With a modern PAM solution, you can centralize the administration of access control policies and provide users with a single user interface to access all managed resources. Empower your security and IT teams to quickly access a range of accounts and manage privileged access, optimizing day-to-day operations or during critical instances such as active cyberattacks.

4. Better Identity Assurance Across All Touchpoints

To sufficiently verify who (or what) an applicant is, it is essential to implement MFA everywhere for more robust identity assurance. AMF legacy approaches that rely exclusively on static rules requiring manual care and feeding don’t cover all the bases. A static approach forces everyone to follow similar rules in all circumstances and fails to measure risk accurately. A modern cloud-ready PAM solution supports risk-based MFA using modern machine learning algorithms and behavioral analytics to closely examine a privileged user’s behavior and identify “abnormal” activity. or “not normal” (and therefore risky). An adaptive authentication method considers device, location, and user behavior. It adapts to the level of risk, unlike standard and single sign-on elevation.

5. For cloud security and compliance

The concepts of security and compliance apply equally to human and machine identities in the cloud and on premises. Never assume that the cloud provider’s default security controls can completely protect your data in the cloud and meet specific compliance and regulatory requirements. By placing privileged access at the heart of your cybersecurity strategy, you can not only provide the right users just in time and just enough access to critical data, servers and applications, but also benefit from monitoring and reporting of end-to-end to identify abuse of privilege required for compliance and cyber assurance requirements.

Delinea believes that every user should be treated as a privileged user and wants seamless and secure access, even as administrators want privileged access controls without undue complexity. Delinea’s solutions enable seamless security for the modern hybrid enterprise with PAM solutions that define access boundaries. Learn more.

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Orthofix, LimaCorporate partner for a solution to high hip dislocation https://pjmagic.net/orthofix-limacorporate-partner-for-a-solution-to-high-hip-dislocation/ Sun, 24 Jul 2022 11:09:17 +0000 https://pjmagic.net/orthofix-limacorporate-partner-for-a-solution-to-high-hip-dislocation/ ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new articles are published on . ” data-action=”subscribe”> Subscribe We have not been able to process your request. Please try again later. If you continue to […]]]>


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Orthofix Medical Inc. and LimaCorporate announced a licensing partnership for the US market to provide a new solution for patients with chronic hip dislocation, according to a press release.

The partnership combines Orthofix’s Fitbone Intramedullary Nail System with LimaCorporate’s 3D printed pelvic fixation solution to enable correction in patients with leg length discrepancy prior to total hip replacement surgery, according to the release.

“We are excited to partner with LimaCorporate to bring together our complementary technologies to address the previously unmet needs of patients requiring a personalized and unique complex hip replacement solution,” Kimberly Elting, president of global orthopedics at Orthofix, said in the statement. “This solution will be the only offering in the United States for select patients with hip dysplasia or hip abnormalities resulting in leg length discrepancy, and reflects the strength and versatility of the Fitbone platform,” Elting added.

“This partnership is an important opportunity for us to explore new segments and support even more American surgeons and their patients,” Emmanuel Bonhomme, CEO of LimaCorporate, said in the release. “In addition, the collaboration with the ProMade Point of Care Center (PoC Center), which opened last year, will bring added value in terms of experience and knowledge combined with our cutting-edge technologies in custom prostheses. .”

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The platform caters to Latino borrowers en español https://pjmagic.net/the-platform-caters-to-latino-borrowers-en-espanol/ Fri, 22 Jul 2022 11:36:49 +0000 https://pjmagic.net/the-platform-caters-to-latino-borrowers-en-espanol/ Mortgage applications are filled with vast amounts of information with complex terminology, Davé noted. For LEP candidates in the early stages of the home buying journey, this process can be daunting and difficult, he added. To help lenders and borrowers overcome these challenges, Maxwell designed the Spanish translation feature with its in-house team of Hispanic-American […]]]>

Mortgage applications are filled with vast amounts of information with complex terminology, Davé noted. For LEP candidates in the early stages of the home buying journey, this process can be daunting and difficult, he added. To help lenders and borrowers overcome these challenges, Maxwell designed the Spanish translation feature with its in-house team of Hispanic-American mortgage professionals to retain industry-specific context and nuance with heightened cultural context. .

Additionally, Maxwell recently launched Maxwell Private Label Origination to provide mortgage-as-a-service infrastructure to financial service providers, enabling credit unions, neobanks and real estate agencies to enter the mortgage market. Currently, Maxwell streamlines the entire mortgage process, from loan application to secondary markets, for more than 300 small and medium lenders across America, helping them outperform the market by more than 15%. For lenders looking to expand as the market contracts and serve the growing segment of Hispanic-American homebuyers, Maxwell’s Spanish translation feature will allow them to grow their market share by offering a welcoming borrower experience that lends cultural empathy to Hispanic Americans, especially LEP borrowers.

According to its corporate literature, the company, backed by strong industry expertise, provides offerings that allow lenders to stay ahead of the competition while improving their margins. A

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