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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.
SOCs müssen heute viel stärker automatisiert werden als in der Vergangenheit. Nur so kann auf die stetig wachsende Bedrohung auch in Zeiten einer Ressourcenknappheit bei Cybersicherheitsexperten reagiert werden. Zudem müssen sich technische Lösungen eng mit den Prozessen von der Analyse von Schwachstellen bis hin zum Umgang mit kritischen Sicherheitsereignissen integrieren. Das setzt moderne Technologie, aber auch das richtige Zusammenspiel zwischen Technologien, Prozessen sowie internen und externen Experten voraus.
Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst bei KuppingerCole Analysts, wird auf die Anforderungen an moderne SOCs (Security Operations Centers) eingehen und dabei insbesondere die Bedeutung von Automatisierung und Integration betrachten. Dabei steht SOAR als Technologie im Fokus. Die organisatorischen und technischen Voraussetzungen und die wichtigsten Anwendungsfälle, aber auch die Überlappung und Schnittstellen von SOAR zu anderen Sicherheitstechnologien für ein modernes SOC werden im Vortrag beleuchtet.
Thomas Maxeiner, Sr. Manager Presales bei Palo Alto Networks, wird Einblicke in den Lösungsansatz XSOAR (eXtended SOAR) von Palo Alto Networks geben. Er wird beschreiben, wie man solche Lösungen effizient als Erweiterung bestehender SOCs oder als Basis von neuen SOCs umsetzt. Er wird darüber hinaus die wichtigsten Fähigkeiten von XSOAR und ihre Relevanz für moderne, hoch automatisierte SOCs betrachten und auf das Zusammenspiel mit weiteren Lösungsbereichen der Cybersecurity wie ASM (Attack Surface Management), XDR (eXtended Detection and Response) und den Palo Alto XSIAM-Ansatz (eXtended Security Intelligence and Automation Management) eingehen.
Join cybersecurity experts at KuppingerCole Analysts and workforce authentication firm Secret Double Octopus as they discuss the ways cyber-attackers are getting around MFA systems. They will also look at how organizations can better deploy MFA and go one step beyond to deliver strong security outcomes, thereby reducing risk, cost, and user friction.
Paul Fisher, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole will look at why passwords persist despite their weaknesses, discuss the evolution and shortcomings of MFA, look at why attacks and losses continue despite the increased adoption of MFA, and explain the benefits and challenges of passwordless authentication.
Horacio Zambrano, CMO and Cyber Strategist at Secret Double Octopus will discuss what next generation authentication solutions look like, the current drivers of strong authentication, and the key considerations when choosing a passwordless authentication solution. These considerations illuminate how to best achieve success with these projects in today’s world of Zero Trust and hybrid workplaces.
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 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 privacy experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and OneTrust as they discuss the evolving privacy landscape and how businesses can navigate it successfully, as well as share guidance on how to evolve privacy programs to become embedded in corporate culture and technology.
Paul Fisher, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole will explain why security awareness alone, is not enough, and how organizations can improve privacy in the cloud by using technologies such as PAM and CIEM. He will also discuss the importance of being aware all privacy and compliance laws, and the benefits of adopting a Zero Trust approach to security.
Sam Gillespie, Senior Solutions Engineer at OneTrust will explain how to build proactive privacy programs based on global best practices. He will also talk about integrating privacy and data governance initiatives, demonstrating transparency, and enabling trusted data use.
Join security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Tanium as they discuss the common challenges faced in identifying, prioritizing, and remediating security vulnerabilities, and how to overcome them by adopting a proactive approach that will increase efficiency and reduce risk.
Richard Hill, Director of IAM Research and Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole, will discuss the value of Software Bill of Materials (SBOM), asset, and endpoint management. Also, how understanding the context of what you have can help surface software and endpoint vulnerabilities and compliance risks within an organization through visibility.
Bryant Bell, Director Product Marketing – Risk & Compliance at Tanium will outline a platform approach to identify, prioritize, and remediate vulnerabilities to achieve greater speed, scalability, and visibility to improve efficiency and reduce risk.
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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Hierzu ist es unerlässlich, Identitätstypen nicht als voneinander getrennt agierende Entitäten, sondern als ineinander verwobene Fasern zu begreifen – die Identity Fabric. Erst durch diese Meta-Sicht kann eine zuverlässige Risikoabwägung erfolgen, die für den korrekten Umgang mit IoT-Identitäten grundlegend ist. Zuletzt ist die Reduktion von aufwändigen internen Prozessen und Kosten ein weiterer Faktor für die erfolgreiche Modernisierung des Identitätsmanagement in Ihrem Unternehmen.
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Adopting a Zero Trust security model of strict identity verification and access control for every user or device is widely accepted as a solution, but many organizations struggle to find the best route to implementing it. Join security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Zero Networks as they discuss network segmentation as a departure point and how microsegmentation is evolving to make it easier to use.
Alexei Balaganski, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts will explain the problems with network security, how microsegmentation addresses those problems, what it is, how it works, and why previously it has not been more widely recognized and adopted as a means of achieving ZTNA.
Nicholas DiCola, VP of Customers at Zero Networks will outline and demonstrate the concept of intelligent microsegmentation. He will explain how this approach makes it easy for organizations to use microsegmentation to achieve least privilege networking automatically and in a scalable way for every user and device without having to deploy agents or configure policies.
Join security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Pathlock as they discuss why modern applications need more granular and context-based access controls, why it is important that these controls can adapt to changing business needs and user behaviors, and how that can be achieved.
Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will provide a head-to-head comparison of key features of common, traditional IGA, and the established access control tools for SAP and other Line of Business (LoB) applications.
Carrie Curry, VP of Customer Advisory at Pathlock will explain the benefits of a holistic application access management approach that can provide real-time access decisions based on contextual data, that can support compliance, that provides fine-grained controls, and that can reduce the cost and effort of access reviews. She will also discuss why organisations need to have a cross-system and application view when it comes to Access Governance.
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.