Managing and Securing the User Identity Lifecycle with ADManager Plus
Date: Tuesday, November 29th at 11am PT / 2pm ET
In the midst of COVID emerged an economic trend—the Great Resignation, and its pace hasn't slowed down yet. As a result of mass turnover, cybersecurity is suffering. A slight miss while manually offboarding employees can result in leaving ghost accounts open, which are enough to infiltrate an organization's network. Moreover, IT admins often elevate access privileges to make their tasks easier, leaving sensitive data accessible to everyone and increasing the organization's vulnerability. Nearly one in four employees mentioned having access to their previous work accounts in a Beyond Identity 2021 survey.
All these security challenges can be addressed by implementing identity lifecycle management (ILM), which automates the entire employee lifecycle, from provisioning to deprovisioning. This webinar can help you deploy an effective identity governance and administration (IGA) solution that will improve your organization's security posture and also increase operational efficiency.
What you'll learn from this webinar:
- What makes identity security a top security priority today
- How secured identities pave the way for Zero Trust
- The importance of effective IGA in protecting identities
- ILM: A key component of IGA
- How ManageEngine's ADManager Plus performs effective ILM
About the presenter:
Debanjali Ghosh, Technical Evangelist, ManageEngine
Debanjali Ghosh (a.k.a Debs), a technical evangelist at ManageEngine, helps IT leaders and global enterprises to take on the evolving cybersecurity challenges. She is a sought after speaker on the key IAM and cybersecurity trends in international conferences and summits. Her research studies on the topics of Zero Trust, advanced authentication, and building an enterprise-grade cybersecurity framework have received much acclaim internationally. Her insight and advice on leveraging the latest technology for better IAM and cybersecurity have helped
many Fortune 500 companies.