How to automate Privilege in identity and Access Management
Security history is full of counter-measures, secret identities and privileged information. Today's constantly changing collaborative workforce and highly dynamic server landscape means we have to automate our identity and access systems, as well as many different forms of privileged users and their access.
Multi-cloud environments (AWS, Azure, Google Cloud) and DevOps require cloud-speed operations. They have also opened new types of vulnerabilities that need new types of counter measures.
Join OneLogin’s Solutions Engineer Benjamin Sherman and SSH.COM’s CTO Markku Rossi to learn how to protect all users and admins from themselves by maximizing the use of automation. ->
In this webinar you'll learn:
OneLogin is the identity platform for secure, scalable and smart experiences that connect people to technology. With the OneLogin Trusted Experience Platform, customers can connect all of their applications, identify potential threats and act quickly. Headquartered in San Francisco, OneLogin secures over 2,500 customers worldwide, including Airbus, Stitch Fix and AAA. To learn more visit www.onelogin.com.
SSH.COM helps organizations access, secure and control their digital core – their critical data, applications and services. We have over 3,000 customers around the world, including 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies, many of the world’s largest financial institutions, and major organizations in all verticals. We are committed to helping our customers thrive in the cloud era with solutions that offer secure access with zero inertia, zero friction and zero credentials risk.
Dr. Sherman has decades of experience as an enterprise information technologist and information security expert within Academia and Fortune 100 firms. As a “solutioneer,” he minds the edge-cases trying to find the right infosecurity balance for each vertical segment and from startups to large government entities.
Markku is responsible for R&D at SSH.COM. Markku was with SSH.COM from 1998-2005 as a Chief Engineer and was a major contributor to the SSH software architecture. Prior to rejoining the company in 2015, he co-founded several companies such as Codento and ShopAdvisor, and served as CTO at Navicore and as Chief Architect at Nokia. He has a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from Aalto University.