IAM Architect; General Electric
Ken Robertson is a senior architect for Identity and Access Management at General Electric where he works on the future strategy and tools for privileged access and multi factor authentication. He has over 20 years experience in enterprise information technology and has spent the last 12 years working in information security and identity management. Ken’s interests include secure software development and learning new programming languages. Ken holds a BS in computer science from the University of Michigan-Dearborn and is a Certified Information Security Professional (CISSP).
Thursday, June 27
3:10 - 3:35 pm Jefferson
Privileged Access Management - Getting started using open source and community edition software Companies of all sizes have high risk, privileged accounts that need to be managed and monitored -- and starting a Privileged Access Management program is a necessary part of developing a well-thought out security strategy. Even if you have no budget and limited resources, there are mature open source tools available to help you reduce your risks and improve your security posture. This talk will explore some of the benefits and challenges around implementing open source tools and then go on to review a couple of mature open source tools that could be used by your organization to mitigate risks. Implementing open source tools can be a challenge, but if you have a hands-on technical team, then you may be interested in giving some of them a try. Let’s explore some of the tools available and how they can be used to get your PAM program started.
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