[Owasp-singapore] Checking on Cyber-Ark Solutions

Donald Ong donald.ong at gmail.com
Wed Dec 8 21:55:30 EST 2010

Hi Daniel,

Thanks for the quick reply.

I heard the implementation are complicated. Is it true?

Do you have any whitepaper that explains how the cyberark solution works?


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On Dec 9, 2010 10:49 AM, <Daniel.Tong at asia.ing.com> wrote:
> Donald
> We are using deploying it.
> Depending on your environment, it is sometimes not so straight forward and
dependent on your intended use.
> Regards
> Daniel
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> Hi,
> Anyone heard of this company called Cyber-Ark before? Any good review on
> http://www.cyber-ark.com
> It provides a very good way of 2FA. Seems the SG bank is using it.
> Regards,
> Donald

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