Machine ID Management and Digital Transformation: Building a Secure Future

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Machines already outnumber the humans on your network, which means every machine needs a trusted identity. Consider IoT devices, mobile devices and software-defined workloads and applications – trusted identity for each and every machine is critical.

As zero-trust and multi-cloud architecture become the norm, the role of machine identities in enterprise IAM (identity and access management) has reached critical importance – each needing to be managed and protected. The stakes are high, and keeping ahead of outages, key theft or misuse and internal and regulatory audits is a serious challenge.

In this webinar, our panel will discuss: 

  • The use (and misuse) of machine identities in organizations today
  • Implications of machines IDs on data privacy and protection
  • Strategies and recommendations to manage machine identities
  • How to operationalize your strategy with a Crypto Center of Excellence (CCoE)


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Benjamin David

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Ted Shorter

Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, Keyfactor

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Colin Tankard

Managing Director, Digital Pathways

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