Exhibit Hall Presentation

Centralized Identity Driven Zero Trust

Thursday, September 22, 2022 12:45 PM - 1:15 PM

Exhibit Hall Stage A


Focus: Cybersecurity Title: Centralized Identity Driven Zero Trust Zero trust is about knowing who is doing what within your network and ensuring that in the event of anomalous activity, you can control and limit threats to your network. Applying the granularity of Privileged Access Management (PAM) to achieve zero trust objectives ensures all access is appropriate, managed, and documented, regardless of how the perimeter has been redefined. To stay agile, organizations must leverage Zero Trust principals to never trust, always verify, and only allow access when contextual parameters are met. Leveraging PAM and robust identity security strategies enables organizations to move from a network-based approach to a data centric approach to defending systems. Join this session understand: • Why Privileged Access Management (PAM) is essential to mission critical initiatives • How to enable IT teams with a centralized management, reporting, and analytics console that provides unmatched visibility and control over privileged access activity • Perspective on data centric security to defend systems • The path to secure modernization using Least Privilege