Rethinking Endpoint Security

As more companies adapt their policies to accommodate the fact that many employees will continue to work from home, the IT security manager has to expand the concept of “endpoint security.” Does that include the employee’s personal printer and home wireless network? How much responsibility is your enterprise going to take for the security of personal devices? How do you protect their credentials for cloud-based applications and manage their identities so that attackers can’t weaponize those accounts against your organization? In this webinar, experts offer recommendations on how to build the endpoint security strategy that balances what end users may use to get their work done and what the enterprise is able to accommodate. You will receive tips on how to develop a consistent endpoint security strategy that works for all users and applications. You will walk away with a clearer idea of how your enterprise can tackle the endpoint security problem.

Available:
On Demand
Duration:
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and you'll:

  • Discover new techniques, tips, and procedures for safeguarding remote users and their data.
  • Improve the security posture of your end-users, regardless of whether they're accessing the company network or the cloud.
  • Find smarter ways to lock down important endpoint assets like identity data and application access.
  • Recalibrate how granular you want your endpoint protection policies to be.

Featured Speakers

  • John Pironti
    John Pironti
    President
    IP Architects

    John P. Pironti is the President of IP Architects, LLC. He has designed and implemented enterprise wide electronic business solutions, information security and risk management strategy and programs, enterprise resiliency capabilities, and threat and vulnerability management solutions for key customers in a range of industries, including financial services, insurance, energy, government, hospitality, aerospace, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, media and entertainment, and information technology on a global scale for over 25 years.

  • Carolyn Crandall
    Carolyn Crandall
    Chief Security Advocate
    Attivo Networks

    Carolyn Crandall is the Chief Security Advocate at Attivo Networks, the leader in preventing identity privilege escalation and detecting lateral movement attacks. She has worked in high-tech for over 30 years and has been recognized as a top 100 women in cybersecurity, a guest on Fox News, and profiled in the Mercury News. She is an active speaker on security innovation at CISO forums, industry events, and technology education webinars. Carolyn contributes regularly to Dark Reading and SCMagazine, and co-authored the book Deception-Based Threat Detection: Shifting Power to the Defenders.

  • Terry Sweeney
    Terry Sweeney
    Moderator
    Dark Reading

    Terry Sweeney is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who's covered business technology for three decades. He's written about cyber security for more than 15 years and was one of the founding editors of Dark Reading. Sweeney has covered enterprise networking extensively, as well as its supporting technologies like storage, wireless, cloud-based apps and the emerging Internet of Things. He's been a contributing editor to The Washington Post, Crain’s New York Business, Red Herring, Information Week, Network World, SearchAWS.com, and Stadium Tech Report.

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