Innovation Best Practises
- TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 TIME: 12:00-13:00 LOCATION: EIC CAFÉ
Zero Trust is not a new concept, but it has risen in mindshare with the migration to cloud, adoption of DevOps, and more recent shift to increased remote workforce. And while most of the focus has been on the disappearing perimeter, the Zero Trust principals have been driving customers to implement Privileged Access Management (PAM) technologies for years.
PAM Technologies have been traditionally delivered in two flavors: network or proxy based (the credential vault) or host or agent based (fine-grained access control). The privileged credential vault is the most common feature that organizations implement as it is the easiest and quickest; however, most larger organizations are discovering that in order to adopt Zero Trust, their vaults cannot provide the features and capabilities they need.
Earlier this year, Symantec introduced One PAM to the market. One PAM is comprehensive, integrating network-based and agent-based architectures into one solution that can be managed from a single user interface. If you are outgrowing your existing PAM technology, why not come by and learn about One PAM.
Organisations perceive their users through data. In the world of fewer and fewer opportunities for physical contact, identity verification is going all remote. All online service providers need to model the risks related to user impersonation and user manipulation attacks.
Static data can be easily spoofed. Dynamic data analysis (mainly in a time series manner) is the way to go.
- Registration fee:
€840.00 till 01.08.2021
$1050.00 till 01.08.2021
S$1344.00 till 01.08.2021
9240.00 kr till 01.08.2021
- Contact person:
Mr. Levent Kara
+49 211 23707710
- Sep 13 - 16, 2021 08:00-20:00 Munich, Germany