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Managing the Challenge of Cross-Application Access Risk
Join us as we address issues around cross-application security, exploring the risks of users having access to the various business applications in the enterprise, how that risk changed after COVID, and hybrid work environments.
In the past, most companies relied on a single vendor for their business management software. Today, more and more companies are adopting best-of-breed cloud applications to handle their business-critical operations, including financials, customer relations, and human capital management. At the same time, these companies are experiencing an increased demand for a remote workforce along with the risks it brings, from threats employees face in their home networks to BYOD and “shadow IT”. Risks of unmanaged access, theft of intellectual property, and internal fraud across this vast landscape are escalating, and organizations both large and small are struggling to keep up.
In this webinar, we address issues around cross-application security, exploring the risks of users having access to the various business applications in the enterprise, how that risk changed after COVID, and hybrid work environments. Also discussed are modern approaches such as the principle of least privilege access, and the potential of automation to monitor and manage user access security and segregation of duties risks in multi-application environments, as well as the impact of regulatory compliance (e.g. GDPR, FDA, CCPA, SOX).
- Learn how to identify cross-application security risks.
- Learn best practices companies should consider when adopting a best-of-breed application strategy.
- Learn the benefits of automation to monitor and manage risks in multi-application environments.
- Aidan Parisian, Senior VP of Product & Strategy, Fastpath
- Frank Vukovits, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Fastpath
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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