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Securing The Future Of Agile Access

 Securing The Future Of Agile Access 

 Realising zero trust in on-premise, cloud and hybrid environments 

Time

 08:30 - 10:15 GMT

Calendar
 Tuesday 23 March 2021 
Location
 Virtual Event - Taking Place on Zoom 

When COVID-19 hit, many organisations had to accelerate digital transformation overnight and security strategies were placed under the spotlight. Now with privileged access management giving malicious hackers more opportunity to exploit organisational vulnerabilities, businesses are repeatedly putting themselves at the risk of having exposed assets, costly damage and a difficult path to recovery.

In a new era of cloud-first and movements to Azure Active Directory (AAD) environments, 90% of organisations worldwide have concerns about storing access credentials in the cloud. In addition, many organisations struggle with complexity of environments, leaving gaps that are vulnerable to attack. Developing an agile security policy not only minimises security risks, but facilitates ease of user access and operational efficiency.

We were joined by cybersecurity and IT leaders to understand how to utilise zero trust frameworks and how to streamline access processes to drive business continuity and operational agility. 

08.30 Join

08.35 Welcome from Nimbus Ninety

08.40 Securing Business Agility through Zero Trust and Least Privilege Access

Rob Byrne, Field Strategist, One Identity 

08.50 The 5 Steps to Building Identity-Centric Cybersecurity

Joe Matthewson, Senior Identity Access Manager, InfoSec, Sky Betting and Gaming

 













09.00 Discussion tables 

Table 1: Securing the future of cloud, hybrid and on-prem

Table 2: Maintaining agility through least privilege access

Table 3: Driving regulatory compliance across the enterprise

09.45 Key Takeaways

10.00 Close 

In partnership with:

OneIdentityQuest Stack RGB

Rob Byrne, Field Strategist, One Identity 

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Rob Byrne, a field strategist at One Identity, has worked in IT for more than 20 years in various roles - including development, consulting and technical sales - the majority of his career has focused on identity management. Prior to joining Quest, Rob worked for Oracle and Sun Microsystems. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics and computing.
 

Jon Ellis, Account Director, One Identity 

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Jon Ellis, Account Director at One Identity, has worked in cyber-security for over a decade with leading vendors including SonicWall and Ping Identity. Jon is passionate about helping his customers drive business value by adopting solutions that allow them to stay ahead of their competition, reduce complexity and bring products to market quicker whilst reducing their risk.
 

Stuart Pearham, Account Manager, One Identity 

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Stuart Pearham at One Identity has several years’ experience across Identity and Access management. He has successfully led and engaged with some of the UK’s largest organisations to provide solutions that address common pitfalls across IAM.

Registration

We were joined by 20 x C-level, VPs, Directors, Heads and Senior Managers who are the drivers of live projects in infrastructure, database, information, technology, strategy, innovation, data, devops, cloud, platform, transformation, architecture, insight, and integration.

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