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KuppingerCole Webinar recording
KuppingerCole Webinar recording
Join security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and IBM as they discuss the challenges of achieving security and compliance across hybrid multi-cloud environments, and potential solutions, that need to be comprehensive and flexible enough to continuously manage security & compliance posture, protect critical workloads, secure sensitive data, reduce silos, and consolidate tools.
Alexei Balaganski, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole, will explain the challenges in implementing multi-cloud strategies, and discuss the growing complexity of security tools, the mounting pressure of regulatory compliance, and the scarcity of talent to solve these issues. He will also outline the requirements potential solutions need to fulfil – such as cross-team tool consolidation, intelligent automation, and open, extensible architecture.
Dr. Nataraj Nagaratnam, CTO for Cloud Security at IBM, will discuss the overall security compliance challenges for enterprises and how to approach security and compliance across hybrid multi-cloud with the IBM Security and Compliance Center solution suite.
Join security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Imperva as they discuss the challenges of protecting data distributed across hybrid IT environments, and look at what technologies and services can be combined to meet those challenges effectively and efficiently as a growing number of organizations migrate to the cloud.
Alexei Balaganski, Lead Analyst and CTO at KuppingerCole will explain the concept of a Data Security Platform (DSP), identify the required capabilities and future evolution of DSPs, and look at current data security market trends.
Terry Ray, SVP of Data Security GTM, Field CTO, and Imperva Fellow will share his security industry experience and expertise on data protection, on meeting security requirements of customers and regulators from every industry sector, and provide an overview of Imperva’s data security solutions, with reference to the concept of a data security fabric.
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Paul Fisher, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will look at the requirements and market for ITDR and the role it plays in the Zero Trust context, but also its relationship to other DR technologies.
Andre Priebe, Chief Technology Officer at iC Consult, will share his knowledge and experiences to help you enhance your cybersecurity strategy, tackle global challenges, and stay ahead in the ever-evolving world of cybersecurity.
Among the many approaches to do that, Zero Trust is one where organizations apply the principle of “never trust – always verify”. Since Zero Trust is not a single product or solution, implementing processes that work accordingly can be a challenge to IT teams that want to keep their privileged accounts safe. Modern Privileged Access Management (PAM) platforms can help with these challenges.
Paul Fisher, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole will look at why standing privileges are a risk to modern multi-cloud and hybrid architectures and how Zero Trust can help in reducing standing privileges. Moreover, he will explain why advanced PAM platforms can assist with establishing a Zero Trust posture and how to move PAM to decentralized operations.
Joe Burke, Chief Architect, PAM, in the Symantec Identity Security Group, proposes organizations should rethink how to implement Zero Trust security for secrets, privileges, and privileged accounts. He will elaborate on factors that IT decision-makers should look for in Zero Trust-enabling PAM solutions. Among these are the time to implement, low operational overhead, scalability and performance, ecosystem integrability, as well as coarse and fine-grained authorization enforcement.
Join identity experts at KuppingerCole Analysts and iProov to as they discuss the vulnerabilities of access control systems that rely on something that is known or possessed, and the value of adding biometrics. They will also discuss the role of biometrics in identity verification and proofing, and how to ensure biometrics are used safely to address privacy concerns.
Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will look at the drivers of the growing demand for identity verification and identity proofing across a range of use cases from B2E to B2B and B2C, including the Work from Anywhere trend and Supply Chain Security/3rd Party Risk Management. He will also look at which signals can be used for identity proofing.
Joe Palmer Chief Product & Innovation Officer of iProov will explain how biometrics can improve security for digital and physical access. He will also provide guidance on aligning biometrics with high-risk changes in the identity lifecycle, inclusivity considerations, and mitigating the risk of generative AI in cyber-attack methodologies.
Join security experts at KuppingerCole Analysts and CrowdStrike as they discuss why SOCs typically struggle to be more proactive, explore what is required to build a flexible, scalable and automated SOC, and explain the role of ML, LLMs and other forms of AI in extending the capabilities of the SOC.
Warwick Ashford, Senior Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will outline the challenges facing cybersecurity teams, why traditional approaches to building SOCs need to change, and why automation and human-machine collaboration is the key to meet security and business needs.
Aris Koios, Technology Strategist, DACH, at CrowdStrike will explain how to measure success beyond activity driven metrics, why it is important to use open standards and API-driven approaches, and how to supercharge detection and response with a single, unified SOC tech stack.
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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 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.
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 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 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 experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and SecureAuth as they discuss why not all MFA solutions offer the same level of protection, and how organizations can improve their security posture and user experience by adopting a different approach that combines MFA with risk-based Passwordless Authentication.
Alejandro Leal, Research Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will explore some of the problems with legacy MFA solutions and how a passwordless solution can improve usability and security. He will also explain some common passwordless features such as device trust and risk-based authentication.
Nawshad Hoossanbuksh, Senior Product Manager at SecureAuth will explain how adopting a passwordless continuous authentication approach can protect against phishing, brute-force, and MFA by-pass attacks such as MFA fatigue or MA bombing. He will also give an overview of SecureAuth’s Arculix passwordless continuous authentication solution.