Cybersecurity risks are changing quickly, particularly now that so many people are working from home. More than ever before, identity management issues are central to corporate digital strategies.
In CyberArk’s most recent Remote Work Survey, 67% of respondents said they were unaware of their employer’s security policies, 69% reported using corporate devices for personal reasons, and 82% admitted to reusing the same passwords across various different applications.
Securing your systems and data is crucial. It’s your duty to implement governance protocols aimed at anticipating and addressing problems related to identity management.
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, VARS and Sailpoint are pleased to invite you to an exclusive panel discussion on the various challenges of identity and access management.
The conversation will be moderated by Harold Walker, who has nearly 25 years of experience in data protection, remote access and cyber security.
The guest speakers will include:
- Denis Darveau, a cybersecurity expert and leading authority in the field. He is regularly invited to speak at ISACA conferences, provides certification training for ISACA and (ISC)2, and gives seminars on security policies and standards to senior corporate executives. In addition, Denis is sometimes brought in as a subject matter expert to testify in US federal court.
- Alexandre Blanc, Chief Information Security Officer at VARS. In addition to being named one of the 20 outstanding contributors to global knowledge sharing for 2019 and 2020 by the European Risk Policy institute, Alexandre was the recipient of the Cyber Sentinel Award 2020 Global.
- Michael Briand is an identity and access management strategy advisor at Sailpoint. After graduating from AFTI – École supérieure du Numérique Industriel, he went on to work for major service providers like Thales, Bull and BT, where he was tasked with public key infrastructure management, data security, and identity and access management.
The 45-minute discussion will be held in French and include a Q&A period. Questions can be submitted in either French or English.