Solving the Third-Party Access Gap in Identity
June 16, 2022 at 1:00pm EST
Providing third parties with internal access to data and systems has become a regular business practice for many organizations as they try to utilize partners, vendors, supply chains, and other non-employees to be most competitive in the market.
Unfortunately, most organizations do not have good automated identity programs for these users and the risk of a high-profile and costly breach continues to increase. According to a recent report from SecureLink and Ponemon, 74% of organizations attribute their data breaches saying it was the result of giving too much privileged access to third-parties.
Attend this webinar to hear an update from, guest speaker, Merritt Maxim, VP Research Director Serving Security & Risk Professionals, Forrester, and David Pignolet, CEO, from SecZetta on:
- The impact of the growing reliance of on third parties – both humans, non-humans, on identity risk.
- The flaws of current systems and methodologies in providing sufficient contextual identity data.
- Key considerations needed to make well-informed, risk-based decisions about provisioning, verifying, and deprovisioning access.
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VP, Research Director Serving Security & Risk Professionals, Forrester
Merritt leads a team of analysts who provide research and advisory services that address the needs of security and risk professionals. His team focuses on identity and access management (IAM), endpoint security, threat intelligence, and vulnerability management strategies and technologies.
With nearly two decades of experience in application, network, and data security, Dave founded SecZetta with the singular mission to transform third-party identity and access management in organizations industry-wide. Driven by an uncompromising belief that well-designed third-party risk practices not only protect the organization, but should at the same time facilitate commercial initiatives, Dave is relentless in his pursuit to help every customer safely operate in a more competitive, perimeter-less world.