Adopting end-to-end security automation is a top priority for many organisations, and the rapid shift to remote work due to the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to accelerate their Digital Transformation strategy. Faced with the challenge of managing identities and securing access to data and applications from a growing number of endpoints, IT and security teams need to leverage Risk and IAM Automation to maintain business continuity and secure their remote and hybrid workforce.
Join Stuart Sharp – VP of Technical Services, OneLogin – and Dan Raywood – cybersecurity journalist – for a discussion on:
- The security challenges many organisations face when transitioning their staff to remote work
- How Risk and Access Management automation can help organisations build a security framework as they work remotely and when they return to the office
- How automation can increase security and improves the user experience
- Why Identity and Access Management automation is a critical objective in a Digital Transformation strategy
Attendees at the session will learn:
- What benefits can adopting automation bring?
- How can you automate IAM, and what benefits does it bring to your business?
- What security advances can automation bring, and how does IAM sit among those benefits?
Stuart Sharp – VP of Technical Services, OneLogin:
Stuart heads up the Technical Services organization at OneLogin, helping customers address today’s Identity and Security challenges through the cloud-based OneLogin Trusted Experience Platform. During a career spanning more than 25 years, Stuart has had a passion for driving technical innovation, with a particular focus on Data Security, Cloud Encryption and Identity and Access Management. Before joining OneLogin, Stuart has worked for an Oxford University high-tech spin-off, as Global Product Management for Database Security at Oracle, and as VP of Solution Engineering for CASB provider CipherCloud. Stuart earned his BA at Harvard University, and MPhil at Oxford University.