The Importance of Identity Integration and Inventory in Successful Privileged Account Management
RadiantOne works with CyberArk to make the deployment of privileged access management (PAM) faster and easier to manage through enhanced account discovery and identity inventory. RadiantOne can also use CyberArk as a data source so customers can benefit from a federated identity and directory service where all critical service accounts are centrally managed and secured.
It’s more important than ever to know who’s accessing your systems, from where, and with what privileges. In many ways, identity has become the new perimeter, increasing the demand for enhanced security, better access control, and a greater emphasis on zero trust. Without a comprehensive understanding of your identity infrastructure, the underlying data can be manipulated, opening the door to many potential data leaks. When credentials aren’t centrally managed, it’s difficult to track who has access to them. There’s an increased risk of misuse of them by malicious users trying to gain unauthorized access to an organization’s sensitive resources. In addition, a manual change to credentials across multiple environments is complicated and can be error prone.
Join us for an important webinar on Thursday, April 22 featuring Gerry Owens, an IT Risk and Cybersecurity executive with over 30 years in the banking industry, who previously led the Global Digital Identity and Access Management Strategy for TD Bank. Gerry will discuss industry trends and real-world challenges facing IAM professionals, including the need for better security and a global view of identity. Then we will hear from Lee Godby, Director of Business Development at CyberArk and Wade Ellery, Senior Solutions Architect from Radiant Logic who will discuss how federating identity with RadiantOne FID can provide this global view and can work together with CyberArk’s Privileged Account Management solution to enhance access control.
You will learn how:
- RadiantOne virtualizes and integrates identity data from diverse sources, performing an identity inventory and creating a central identity hub that aids CyberArk in privileged account discovery, shortening deployment time and boosting performance
- RadiantOne can use CyberArk as a data source for increased security and audit capabilities, and protection against insider attacks or misuse
Together, RadiantOne and CyberArk provide greater access control, better governance, and enhanced system security.
Date: Thursday, April 22 at 11 AM Pacific; 2 PM Eastern
Speakers: Gerry Owens, IT Risk and Cybersecurity executive; Lee Godby, Director of Business Development at CyberArk and Wade Ellery, Senior Solutions Architect with Radiant Logic.