Using Identity & Access Management to Improve Cyber Defense

End user credentials have become a central target for online attackers, enabling them to navigate your enterprise systems as trusted users. As online attackers target these credentials and end users seek to gain access to a wider variety of applications and systems, identity and access management (IAM) is becoming a central element in enterprise cyber defense. In this webinar, experts discuss the latest tools and techniques to make IAM easier and more effective, and how to effectively build an environment that eases end user access while protecting critical systems and data from pretenders.

On Demand
1h 00min

During this webinar we will explore:

  • The role of IAM in building a zero-trust environment.
  • How identity and access management can shrink the overall attack surface.
  • The ways IAM protects against rising numbers of BEC attacks and social engineering scams.
  • What IT departments need to know about the realities of IAM implementation.

Featured Speakers

  • Jason Clark
    Jason Clark
    Independent Security Researcher

    Dr. Jason Clark is a subject matter expert in cyber security with nearly 20 years of real-world experience within the intelligence community, academia, and industry. He has extensive knowledge and experience on a variety of technology related topics. Currently, his main area of interest is researching and analyzing better methods to detect, deter, and mitigate insider threats. Dr. Clark holds a CISSP and is a member of IEEE and ACM. He has served on a number of program committees, delivered numerous virtual webinars, and has presented his published work at a variety of conferences around the world.

  • Joseph Salazar
    Joseph Salazar
    Technical Marketing Engineer

    Joseph Salazar is a veteran Information Security professional with over 20 years of both military and civilian experience. He is a retired Major from the US Army Reserves, having served 22 years as a Counterintelligence Agent, Military Intelligence Officer, and Cyber-Security Officer. He's been a Systems and Security Administrator, a CSIRT Analyst, a Security Operations Manager, and a Computer Forensic Investigator in his civilian career. He maintains the CISSP, CEH, and EnCE certifications, holds a BA in Legal Studies from UC Berkeley, and currently works for SentinelOne as a Technical Marketing Engineer.

  • Michael Leland
    Michael Leland
    Chief Cybersecurity Evangelist

    Michael joined SentinelOne in May 2021 as Head of Technical Marketing and Chief Cybersecurity Evangelist bringing over 25 years of security domain expertise. He is responsible for messaging and strategic development of the XDR product roadmap. Prior to SentinelOne he held the title of Chief Technical Strategist for McAfee. Michael served formerly as the CTO at NitroSecurity where he was responsible for developing and implementing NitroSecurity's overall SIEM technology vision and roadmap.

  • Becky Bracken
    Becky Bracken
    Dark Reading

    Becky Bracken is a veteran journalist covering cybersecurity for Dark Reading.

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