Securing Privileged Identities in the Real World: A Proposed Maturity Model of Competence and Capabilities

  • TYPE: Keynote DATE: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 TIME: 16:50-17:10
Conference Agenda

The privileged identity management capabilities of governments and companies represents a spectrum from complete chaos to the very best practices of continuous compliance capable of surviving even the most sophisticated of government level attacks. 

In this session we will present a formal privileged identity maturity model based on our experiences in the marketplace working with both customers and auditors to achieve not only audit compliance, but real security. 

By attending this session you can evaluate not only where your organization sits on the spectrum of privileged identity maturity, but also learn what those at the bottom and top end of the maturity spectrum have done (or not done) and why.  You may be surprised at the inhibitors to deployment as well as what auditors will sign off on (it is not pretty).

This session will described the benefits of auto-discovery, correlation, and integration as well as where humans and automation intersect for the best security and investment outcome. 

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Philip Lieberman, founder and president of Lieberman Software, has more than 30 years of experience in the software industry. In addition to his proficiency as a software engineer, Mr. Lieberman is an astute entrepreneur able to perceive shortcomings in existing products on the market, and fill...

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European Identity & Cloud Conference 2013

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