2017 Lessons Learned - Data Breaches, and Preventing Access Failure Attack

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Data breaches have once again made headline news in 2017, with aggregator Equifax, Virgin America and the AA all among those reporting bad news to clients and customers. As well as software flaws, access management, authentication approval and lateral movement also contribute to breaches.

In this final live webinar of 2017, we will look at some of the major cases of data breach from 2017 and consider what caused them, particularly focusing on the role played by identity management and privileged access. In this webinar we will also analyze what lessons can be learned to prevent the same mistakes happening into 2018.

Key takeaways;

  • What the major 2017 data breaches were caused by and what was lost
  • How attackers were able to get into the database, and advice for avoiding the same mistakes
  • Where multi-factor authentication could have been used to prevent easy access
  • What 2018 holds for identity and access management


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David Kalat

Director, Berkeley Research Group, LLC

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Barry Scott

EMEA Chief Technology Officer, Centrify

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