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Join Peter Dulay, Symantec Identity Management Adoption Advisor, Broadcom, as he introduces One PAM, which brings together traditional proxy-based (credential vaulting) with agent-based (granular access controls) capabilities into one consolidated solution and approach, and how One PAM is better positioned to help customers shift to a Zero Trust model.
Cloud capabilities are driving automation approaches that will upend traditional, linear templates for Identity Governance service delivery. This extends to everything from application/service on-boarding, provisioning and user lifecycle management workflows. In this session, Manoj will share his experience of working on automation approaches for cloud workloads and discuss what this means for the future of IGA in the era of continuous integration and delivery.
Denmark is among the most digitaized countries in the world and as the digitarization strategy moves forward, it is necessary to improve and enhance the nation's overall cyberprotection. In 2019, the Government appointed a new 20-member national Cybersecurity Council for the period of two years. The council’s role is to advise the government on new initiatives that can support both the private and public sectors by improving resillience and better cyberprotection; contribute to knowledge sharing, advisories and guidance on the strategic level; and look into the need for cyber security competences and suggest measures to further develop these, both among private citizens and employees, as well as within education and research.
In this session, you will get a view into the midway status of the work of the Council, and will learn which initiatives work and which need more effort. The Council has been advising the healthcare authorities on the Danish COVID-19 app, and has been discussing the SolarWinds hack and the upcoming vaccination passport.
The Internet and consequently the Internet of Things were built without a trust layer. Decentralized Digital Identities as basis for Connected Mobility may be one of the needed missing components to implement real data sovereignty and a trusted Economy of Things in future Connected Vehicles scenarios.
There is a common theme for many of the mega breaches of recent years – a neglect of basic cybersecurity hygiene that has resulted in a backlog of unpatched apps, misapplied configurations and overlooked tasks. This debt compounds over time and, as with financial debt can snowball to reach a point, where it becomes insurmountable. As organizations become increasingly cloud first, the risk profile from security debt further increases.
The hybrid mix of remote and office work combined with digital transformation initiatives is driving the rapid adoption of cloud. This trend is also prompting organizations to rethink requirements for authenticating employees and other members of an organization supply chain. Companies are now exploring how to significantly improve both security and the end user experience. Unfortunately traditional multi-factor authentication is lacking in both areas.
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During the last couple of years, hybrid and multi-cloud solutions are becoming very popular. With the emerging cloud options, modern enterprises increasingly rely on hybrid cloud solutions to meet their computational demands by acquiring additional resources from public clouds dynamically as per their needs.
Cloud computing has become commonplace in recent years, it is almost inevitable for small to medium sized companies to leverage cloud services largely if not fully. However, it is not easy to run cloud enablement project in bigger and yet most importantly traditional companies, where there are hundreds of legacy applications, which expect data to be closer to the computing units, and which are dependent on bandwidth and reliable network availability. In this presentation, I am going to address cloud migration requirements, usual challenges, and lessons learnt and best practices from project management, security and service management point of view.
Zero trust requires an enterprise to identify and monitor all the network identities used in the enterprise. NIST SP 800-207 refers to a zero trust deployment pattern called “enhanced identity governance”. The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) has a project on implementing a zero trust architecture that will include enhanced identity governance. This talk will be an overview of the role of network identities in zero trust and the current status of the NCCoE project.