IT Security Is Broken – Can Zero Trust Access Fix It?
Tuesday, August 6, 2019
11:00 a.m. New York/ 4:00 p.m. London
Fixing a broken IT security infrastructure is no longer just a backroom problem – it’s now a top boardroom priority. As the breaches at Equifax and the American Medical Collection Agency show, holes in your attack surface can cripple your company’s bottom line.
In this webinar, we will focus on what’s wrong with IT security infrastructure today and how to quickly implement a Zero Trust Access across the modern hybrid enterprise to fix it.
- Critical flaws in security infrastructure
- How organizations play right into hackers’ hands
- Six key questions to ask about your security profile
- Three approaches to Zero Trust: identity, data and access
- How Zero Trust Access enables digital transformation
Michael Oldham, CEO, PortSys, Inc.
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Michael Oldham is the CEO of PortSys, Inc., whose Total Access Control (TAC) zero trust solution helps some of the world’s largest enterprise organizations to significantly strengthen, simplify and unify their IT security. Michael is an accomplished industry executive who previously served as the head of IT for national retail and service companies. He also served as the Global Program Director for Network Engines, Inc., where he led the acquisition of a Microsoft Security business unit before launching PortSys. Michael works on access control solutions for the enterprise across many industries, including finance, government, defense, utilities, healthcare, education, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), construction, retail, and other market segments where secure access to enterprise information is vital. He is a much sought-after speaker for global IT security conferences, having previously served as a co-presenter with Microsoft Security executives at RSA. Michael has also given presentations at premier IT security events around the world, including InfoSecurity Europe, the BT Security Group Practice, numerous Microsoft Security global events, the National Information Security Conference in the United Kingdom, and Intel Security’s global conferences.
Roger Grimes, Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, KnowBe4
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Roger Grimes is a 30-year computer security consultant, instructor, holder of dozens of computer certifications and an award-winning author of ten books and more than 1,000 magazine articles on computer security. He has worked at some of the world's largest computer security companies, including Foundstone, McAfee and Microsoft. He has been the weekly security columnist for InfoWorld and CSO magazines since 2005.
Brian Tokuyoshi, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Palo Alto Networks
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Brian is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Palo Alto Networks, where he covers protections for mobile workforces and preventing credential-based attacks. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering and is currently attending The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
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