In light of the recent high-profile social media account breaches, organizations are strategizing how to better protect their own social media accounts (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok, etc.). Threat actors have long been using ransomware and phishing attacks to gain access and compromise enterprise accounts. In almost every instance, this involves the exploitation of privileges/privileged access. This is no difference when it comes to threats against social media accounts. Locking down privileges across the entire organization -- including social media accounts -- has never been more critical from protecting against both external and internal threats.
Join Sami Laiho, one of the world's leading professionals in the Windows OS and Security, and learn how to protect your company's social accounts (and reputation!) in the constantly evolving digital world. Sami will also discuss:
- The evolution of cybercrime
- Real-life examples of internal threats
- Best practices in protecting online social accounts
While it is a hard truth that little can be done to protect an organization when the SaaS vendor and its employees are breached, there are myriad security best practices that can be enacted to mitigate the risks of a privileged attack vector and inappropriate account access. BeyondTrust CTO and CISO, Morey Haber, shares his security best practices around privileged access management.