Reducing Third-Party Identity Risk During the Great Resignation and Beyond

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A recent study from Microsoft recently that 41% of the global workforce are considering leaving their job in the next year. It's for this reason that 73% of CEOs cite labor and skills shortages as their top concern in 2022. To fill the talent gap, businesses are increasingly turning to third-party workers – and these users often need the same access to systems and data as regular employees. Whether the third parties are human, such as contractors, supply-chain providers and seasonal workers, or non-human, like IoT devices and bots, these identities pose a tremendous risk to cybersecurity and regulatory compliance.

In this webinar, a panel of experts will highlight the heightened insider threat risk facing organizations, and discuss possible solutions to enable a secure and compliant administration of joiners, movers and leavers who don’t work for you.

Join the session to learn:

  • How the Great Resignation is exacerbating insider threats and compliance risks to organizations
  • Security tools and processes that can reduce the threat posed by joiners, mover and leavers who don’t work for you
  • How to maintain your risk awareness while improving your compliance and audit posture going forwards


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James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Dr Jason Nurse

Reader in Cybersecurity, University of Kent

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Chris Owen

Director of Product Management, Saviynt

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