Thwarting Insider Threats with IAM and Log Forensics

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Cloud adoption boosts digital transformation for organizations embarking on a modernization program - the main reason organizations often opt for a hybrid active directory (AD) approach.

However, the other side of the coin to consider with the hybrid AD approach is that your network perimeters disappear. This is a critical factor leading to an increase in the number of threat incidents, especially insider threats.

To address this new challenge, organizations must build a unified security strategy with hybrid identity management and forensics at the center.

Join this session to learn:

  • What the new network perimeter looks like in a cloud environment  
  • How organizations can balance application and data workload with hybrid AD
  • Why it is critical to close the security gap in the cloud
  • The role of IAM and Log forensics in mitigating insider threats

Speakers

James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Sam Lascelles

digital trust and cyber security expert , PA Consulting

    Vivin Sathyan

    Senior Technology Evangelist, ManageEngine

      Harman Singh

      Security Expert and Consultant

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