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Identity risk is a problem that’s become exponentially more challenging in cloud-native environments. Rapid application delivery makes over-privileged users the norm, while the explosion in machine identities creates dangerous attack vectors. What do you need to reduce your cloud identity attack surface and achieve least privileged access?
Join our panel of experts as they map out a blueprint for successfully reducing the risk associated with misconfigured cloud resources, and overly permissive identities, and discuss what’s next in cloud identity security.
In this session, we’ll cover:
• Security posture management for cloud-native applications
• Identity and entitlement challenges in the cloud
• Management of non-human security principals
• Best practices for reducing cloud identity risk
Debbie Christofferson – CoChair ISSA Women in Security Special Interest Group and Information Security Consultant, Sapphire Security Services LLC
Debbie Christofferson, CISSP, CISM. 25+ years serving the information security field across the US, Europe and Asia in senior security management enterprise roles in large organizations. CoChair ISSA Women in Security Special Interest Group (WIS SIG) at Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), 10 year former ISSA former Board of Directors, Founder of the local Cloud Security Chapter, and long time contributor to our field. IT security consultant and principle, published author and experienced speaker and workshop leader.
Ravi Kumar – Senior Principal Product Manager, Lacework
Ravi K Kumar is the Senior Principal Product Manager at Lacework – a cloud security platform that automates cloud security at scale. Ravi is a Certified Informational Privacy Professional with over 25 years of IT experience. He has over 11-year experience as a product leader at Google in conceptualizing and bringing new security and serverless products to market and scaling early-stage products.
Tony Karam – Principal Technical Product Marketing Manager, Lacework
Tony Karam is currently Director Product Marketing at Lacework. A big believer that security “takes a village”, Tony brings to his role more than 25 years of B2B cybersecurity experience covering data protection, vulnerability management, identity and access management and cloud security. Prior to joining Lacework, Tony held various senior-level marketing and product management roles at start-ups and industry leaders including Concourse Labs, RSA, BeyondTrust, Positive Technologies and Wave Systems.
Brad Woodward – Field CTO, Lacework
Brad is a Cloud Architecture and Offensive Security Expert from Colorado. He's an open source maintainer for open platforms and security tools, has taught penetration testing at BlackHat, and has presented at DefCon Skytalks, RSA, and BlackHat Arsenal. As a former Application Security expert for AWS, Brad brings hands-on security expertise to Lacework as a Field CTO.
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