Seminars @


Identity Management

15 June 2022


Seminars @ IDM


Away from the plenary, you have the opportunity to deep dive into a subject that is of most relevance to you. With a wide selection of seminars to choose from, you are certain to find one which feels as though it has been tailor-made with you in mind.

Cloud Security Risks Are Rising


In 2022, enterprises are expected to host 57% of their workloads in the cloud; for SMBs, it’s closer to 70%. But this cloud adoption trend also creates unique security challenges.

Each cloud service provider has its own access management tools, but they only manage their own environments and do not scale to cover others. This leaves teams to swivel from console to console, attempting to manage permissions separately for each cloud provider, with different ways to apply policy from one platform to the next.

With the implementation of a cloud privilege broker (CPB) you can have an entitlements and permissions management solution that enables customers to visualize and manage cloud access risk in hybrid and multi-cloud environments—all from a single interface.

Cloud Privilege Broker centralizes visualization of entitlements and permissions across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and other platforms—meaning you can finally enforce least privilege across multi-cloud infrastructure.

Endpoint Privilege Management


It is all too common for employees and external users to have unnecessarily privileged access to your IT systems.

If a malicious insider or outsider threat gains access to these systems they can be used to steal customer records, financial data, and intellectual property.

The problem is many companies business tasks require elevated privileges.

So, how do you strike a balance between enabling users and administrators to be productive and protecting sensitive systems and data?

Our endpoint solution goes beyond that of traditional vendors by providing you with greater visibility and control over your users, accounts and system security.

Join us as we highlight how to secure your system from attack, protect user privacy, limit the impact of a breach, and defend sensitive data from hostile acquisition.

Secure remote access


Remote access is one of the top attack pathways

Traditional remote access methods, such as RDP, VPNs, and legacy remote desktop tools, lack granular access management controls and can be easily exploited via stolen credentials and session hijacking. Extending remote access to your vendors makes matters even worse.

Our Secure Remote Access solution enable organizations to apply least privilege and robust audit controls to all remote access required by employees, vendors, and service desks. Guarantee adoption with a system that actually lets users do their jobs faster and easier than they do today.

Join us as we explain how you can best overcome the remote access challenge.

Securing Passwords Is Not Enough


Universal Privilege Management secures every user, session, and asset

Successful attacks almost always involve compromised or misused privileges. The use of automated tools has made threat actors even more adept.

Although Privileged Access Management (PAM) has become a cornerstone of an effective, modern cybersecurity defence, many organizations mistakenly equate privileged password management with PAM. Securing passwords is not enough.

What’s needed is a holistic approach to securing your entire universe of privileges, across traditional, cloud and hybrid environments. The BeyondTrust Universal Privilege Management approach will set you up for success by:

  • Minimizing your attack surface
  • Controlling privileged user, session, and file activities
  • Analysing asset and user behaviour
  • Adopting a low-impact approach to PAM
  • Implementing seamless integrations

Better Cloud Security for the business-consumer relationship


Major cloud platforms – such as Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform – put a high focus on securing their own cloud infrastructure. However, customers share responsibility for securing the applications that run on that cloud infrastructure.

Our solution for Privileged Access Management makes it easier to implement the cloud security best practices you’re responsible for, centralize the management of privileged identity and access, multi-factor authentication (MFA), session monitoring, auditing, and reporting.

Transformation without the trouble: cloud migration managed the right way


Cloud migration can take years and exposes organisations to new challenges and threats. Okta enables workplace modernisation and helps organisations secure and expedite IT transformation.

Moving to the cloud allows organisations to select best-of-breed applications and resources to support their teams. Our broad integration network ensures these applications are easily deployed and secured.

Through a single control plane, flexible security policies and IT automation, we provide organisations of all sizes with the tools to secure and automate cloud journeys, with full support for hybrid environments along the way.

Join us to discover how you can make your journey to the cloud a turbulence free ascent.

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