With many privileges to manage within an organization, authorization within an Enterprise can be a challenge. As capabilities in any organization are often in a state of constant change and growing complexity, implied trust can easily creep into authorization frameworks and policies leading to an overly-permissive environment. Learn how an organization can layer and support Role, Attribute, and Policy-Based Access Control methodologies to avoid these pitfalls and while also preventing entitlement duplication leading to a more secure Identity perimeter for your users.
As organizations continue to grapple with security issues, a 'zero-trust' approach to cybersecurity has been touted as a potential solution to enhance enterprise security. However, taking on Zero Trust architectures can be an overwhelming experience for even the most seasoned cybersecurity professionals. This panel session features security leaders who go beyond network principles reliant on the “never trust, always verify” philosophy to focus on effective deployment of a Zero Trust strategy at your organization.
The next generation of cyber threats have arrived and there aren’t enough security people or budgets to handle the growing volume and complexity. This presentation will explore why organizations — and not just their security teams — need security automation. We will look at the reasons why security teams utilize SOAR (Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response) to keep pace with threats and technological innovations, without their organizations needing to add headcount. Learn how when the security team automates traditional Tier 1 work, the entire organization benefits - from upskilling staff to eliminating spend on managed services. This session draws from real-world European enterprises whose adoption of NextGen SOAR was the catalyst for fundamental security and organizational improvements.