Why Poor IAM Could Easily Cost Your Organization As Much As $4 million, and How to Prevent It

Date: Wednesday, December 18th at 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET
Duration: 1 hour

How to secure your identities and implement tighter access controls within your security program.

You'll learn how to:

  • Automate the entire user account life cycle, from provisioning to deprovisioning and account cleanup 
  • Prevent privileged account compromise with just-in-time and just-enough access
  • Enable secure one-click access to enterprise applications through multi-factor authentication (MFA) protected single sign-on (SSO)
  • Set up role-based access controls and granular permissions for tighter security
  • Create and enforce custom password policies through a centralized password management platform
  • Get audit trails detailing the four Ws (who, when, what, where) of user activities and resource access


All the details:

You may have already implemented network and perimeter security solutions to secure your organization from cyberattacks, but that can only go so far in ensuring foolproof security.

According to a recent survey, around 50 percent of data breaches happen due to compromised end-user credentials, and the global average cost of a data breach is nearly $4 million. Therefore, securing identities and implementing tighter access controls should be at the center of your security program.

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About the presenter:

Jay Reddy, IAM & IT Security Expert, ManageEngine

Jay has been associated with ManageEngine for over 3 years as a technical evangelist. He travels across the globe and helps IT admins tackle their IT security problems with the solutions that fit their needs. He has also authored various e-books on IAM and IT security management that help IT admins understand latest tech and security trends and how admins can keep up with it.

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