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This KuppingerCole webinar offers a comprehensive exploration of access control challenges, the limitations of traditional RBAC and PBAC, some innovative policy-driven solutions, a demonstration of policy-driven RBAC in MidPoint, and actionable insights for enhancing access control strategies.
Join experts from KuppingerCole Analysts AG and Evolveum to unravel the complexities of modern access control and explore the challenges faced by organizations striving to protect their digital assets.
Paul Fisher, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will look at the concept of the “access control zoo” and talk about why numerous methods exist. He will also outline why some organizations stick with flawed models like RBAC, and how adopting improved access controls can enhance identity and access management within businesses.
Radovan Semancik, Co-Founder and Software Architect at Evolveum will present a bottom-up approach and explain how midPoint's dynamic policy-driven RBAC addresses these challenges effectively.
Join Identity Management experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Thales as they discuss how best to tackle the complexities of an increasingly interconnected B2B digital ecosystem, and overcome the operational inefficiencies, security risks, high admin costs, and poor user experiences associated with homegrown legacy IAM systems and solutions tailored to B2E IAM requirements.
Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will look at the drivers and challenges of B2B Identity Management in an age of Work from Anywhere (WfA), and give his perspective on the special requirements for B2B Identity Management compared with B2E/workforce IAM and CIAM (Customer & Consumer IAM).
Marco Venuti, IAM Business Acceleration Director at Thales will detail a cost-effective and efficient approach to dealing with the complex demands of modern B2B and B2B2C Identity Management. He will describe how to meet the demands of digital-first businesses with the right level of automation.
Join security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Keeper Security as they look at user-friendly ways of increasing visibility, security, and control over employee passwords, credentials, and secrets. They will also discuss Privileged Account and Session Management (PASM), Secrets Management for DevOps, and other related topics.
Paul Fisher, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will explore the dangers of not having visibility and control over user credentials on multiple devices, especially where the users involved have privileged access to data and services. He will also explain how to choose the right PAM solution.
Zane Bond, Head of Product Management at Keeper Security will explain how next-gen PAM platforms can provide the most critical components of PAM without the complexity of traditional solutions. He will also discuss the key capabilities of the KeeperPAM Platform, such as SSO integration, privileged credential management, credential vaulting, and session management, monitoring, and recording.
Join security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and SentinelOne to help you get an understanding of what eXtended Detection & Response (XDR) really is, and why you should consider this emerging technology in your enterprise security stack.
John Tolbert, Director Cybersecurity Research at KuppingerCole and Marko Kirschner, Director of Sales Engineering Central Europe at SentinelOne will define XDR, including which technical components are necessary for distinguishing XDR from Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR), and how XDR differs from Security Orchestration Automation & Response (SOAR).
They will also discuss why XDR is an important useful amalgamation and evolution of security tool sets, the use cases it solves, and where it should fit on organizational security technology roadmaps.
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Kai Boschert, Senior Advisor bei KuppingerCole Analysts, gibt einen Überblick über das sich verändernde SAP-Ökosystem und für Geschäftsanwendungen (LoB, Line of Business Applications), aber auch weitere Systeme, die mit Blick auf Funktionstrennung, Zugriffskontrolle und Risikoanalyse mit einbezogen werden. Er nennt wesentliche Anforderungen an moderne Lösungen und vergleicht Lösungsansätze von auf SAP-Umgebungen spezialisierten Lösungen bis hin zu offenen IGA-Systemen bezüglich ihrer Eignung, heutige und zukünftige IT-Infrastrukturen zu bedienen.
Klaus Hild, Principal Identity Strategist bei SailPoint und Sven Pieper, Operations Director bei Turnkey Consulting, gehen dann im Detail darauf ein, wie man risikobehaftete Zugriffsberechtigungen und deren Nutzung in SAP-Umgebungen analysieren kann, wie sich regulatorische Vorgaben einhalten lassen und Notfallzugriffe umgesetzt werden können, ohne dass dafür spezialisierte Lösungen nur für die SAP-Welt zum Einsatz kommen. Der Fokus liegt dabei auf IGA-integrierten Lösungsansätzen, die die gesamte Bandbreite von LoB-Applikationen unterstützen.
Join security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Cyolo as they discuss how access is evolving and the challenges that brings for OT/ICS/CIS environments. They will look at the potential benefits of technologies such as SIEM, SOAR, ITSM, PAM, IAM and XDR, and concepts such as MFA, ZTA, and ZTNA, as well as ways of reducing risk and meeting insurance requirements.
John Tolbert, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole will give examples of threats to OT/ICS/CIS environments and the associated risks. He will describe how critical infrastructure differs from general IT, and how IT security tools can help protect it. He will also look at Zero Trust Network Access principles and how they apply.
Kevin Kumpf, Chief OT Strategist at Cyolo will explain the concept of application access, discuss a unified approach to using IT security tools, look at how these tools and process change can help address OT staff shortages, examine the impact of devices such as software PLCs on organizations, and explain how to achieve future-proof secure remote access.
Join security and business experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and cyber technology firm Exeon Analytics as they discuss how these challenges can be met using machine learning supported and log data based Network Detection & Response solutions to improve the overall cyber security and resilience of organizations.
John Tolbert, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts will look at reasons for deploying NDR, the various deployment models, and use cases for enterprise IT and OT environments. He will also explain how ML-enhanced detection algorithms increase confidence and reduce false positives, and discuss key requirements for choosing NDR solutions and how NDR fits into the XDR landscape.
Michael Tullius, Sales Director Germany at Exeon Analytics will discuss why NDR is necessary and how it can benefit security leaders, admins, and incident responders. He will also give examples of detectable use cases, provide an overview of Exeon’s NDR solution, and share recommendations for improving cyber resilience.
Join identity experts at KuppingerCole Analysts and Fastpath as they discuss the identity, access, and compliance challenges companies face, and examine how the convergence of Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) and Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) can deliver a solution that enables businesses to anticipate and mitigate identity and access risks proactively.
Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole will talk about the fundamental functionalities of IGA solutions and the organizational activities they can support. He will also look what how the IGA market is likely to evolve and explain what needs to be taken into consideration when selecting an IGA solution.
Fastpath’s Mike Cassady, Chief Product Officer, and Matt Berdine, Sr. Director, Product and Solutions, will explore the synergy between IGA and GRC, and how implementing a best-of-breed IdentityGRC framework can streamline identity management and access control, while eliminating counterproductive silos and promoting collaborative focus on process and control ownership.
Join identity experts at KuppingerCole Analysts and IndyKite as they discuss how to get more value out of identity data and address more use cases by thinking about the foundational data layer. They will also look at how to solve challenges such as availability of identity data and compliance risk.
Mike Neuenschwander, VP US, and Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole, will provide his perspective on this important market, and will be joined by Johannes Kolberg, Head of Product at IndyKite to further explore this critical topic, including why thinking about identity data management is core to future proofing your organization and tapping into the AI innovations.
Join experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and data security firm ShardSecure as they discuss data confidentiality in the context of modern infrastructures, quantum computing, and data protection regulations. They will also discuss data resilience, why it is important, and how best to achieve it.
Mike Small, Senior Analyst at KuppingerCole will Senior Analyst at KuppingerCole will introduce why data is the critical element of the modern IT infrastructure. He will also review current approaches and their effectiveness in the digital era, where the loss of data can have a devastating impact.
Pascal Cronauer, Head of EMEA, and Julian Weinberger, Field CTO, both at ShardSecure will describe a cost-effective approach to data security, provide an overview of the ShardSecure MSX solution, and explain how it has helped customers to gain control of the security of their data and reduce the cost of managing it.
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Join security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and IBM as they explain how Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) solutions address this and other security challenges. They will also examine different approaches to SOAR, and discuss how to identify SOAR solutions that are a good fit for your organization.
Alejandro Leal, Research Analyst at KuppingerCole and author of the latest Leadership Compass on SOAR will explain the background of the report, discuss the SOAR market, identify the main capabilities of SOAR solutions, and talk about what makes IBM’s QRadar SOAR a market leader.
Oren Shevach, Product leader for IBM Security QRadar SOAR will provide further details and insights into IBM’s SOAR offering, explain how organizations can benefit from its implementation, and give a demonstration to show the solution’s major capabilities in action.
Join experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Tuebora as they discuss how to make sense of the different approaches to access to control, the pros and cons of each, and how to make good decisions about managing access control throughout the access control landscape.
Nitish Deshpande, Research Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts provides an overview of policy Based Access Control (PBAC), future of policies in identity management, security, and business advantages of adopting this approach to identity management.
Brian Iverson, Chief Product Officer at Tuebora explains why organizations need to take policies more seriously, with identity governance and administrative (IGA) technologies applicable to most of organizations’ application portfolios. He shows how to combine the best of PBAC and RBAC to reduce risk and maximize compliance.