A common thread woven through many of today’s most far-reaching and highly publicized attacks is the key role inadequately controlled privileges played to either gain initial access, or to more completely exploit the target.

In this webinar, Rob Black, CISSP, “The IoT Security Guy”, will delve into real-world attacks across diverse industries, and illustrate how privileged access management (PAM) controls could have repelled or contained the attacks.

Some key takeaways from this session will include:

  • Post-mortem analysis of recent cybersecurity attacks and how you could mitigate against similar threats
  • Evaluation of password breakdowns in protecting your organization
  • Review of a high level threat model of privileged accounts
  • How Privilege Access Management can significantly reduce your attack surface and improve your cybersecurity posture

Tune into this session, which help you better grasp how you can reduce risk and shutdown multiple attack vectors by maturing various privileged management controls.

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Rob Black

CISSP, Founder and Managing Principal of Fractional CISO

Rob Black, CISSP is the Founder and Managing Principal of Fractional CISO where he helps organizations improve their cybersecurity posture. Rob has extensive experience in cyber security, anti-fraud, Internet of Things (IoT), web services and cloud solutions. He has held product security and corporate security leadership positions at PTC ThingWorx, Axeda and RSA Security. Rob received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and holds two Bachelor of Science degrees from Washington University in St. Louis in Computer Science and System Science and Engineering. He is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Rob is the inventor of three security patents. He regularly speaks at conferences and blogs about IoT security.