Striking the balance between enabling users and administrators to be productive whilst protecting your sensitive systems and data is becoming ever more challenging. Attackers are often one step ahead of organisations, and even those with the most comprehensive security systems and controls in place find that an attacker will discover and exploit their Achilles Heel.

This is the first session in a series of webinars that will provide practical steps to enable organisations to successfully implement industry recognised best practices and foundational security controls to secure IT systems and data against the most pervasive attacks. It will provide tips to successfully implement a strategy of least privilege, allowing you to eliminate unnecessary privileges and elevate rights across multi platforms and networked devices without hindering end-user productivity, firmly shutting the door on attackers.

AGENDA:

  • Recommendations to implement foundational security controls & best practices
  • Practical steps to successfully deliver a least privilege strategy
  • How to successfully balance security and productivity

You will also have the opportunity to question the BeyondTrust team directly in a Q&A session.


Karl Lankford

Director, Solutions Engineering

Karl Lankford is the Director, Solutions Engineering, for BeyondTrust and has worked at BeyondTrust for 4 years. He has acquired a wide-range of security experience and knowledge working with companies during the last 10 years across multiple industries and is a regular speaker at industry conferences.

Ian Pitfield

Sr Solutions Engineer

With more than eight years’ experience of international consultancy and training delivery, Ian has worked with Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 organisations, helping them to achieve compliance and regulatory pressures via user friendly security protocols. He has over seven years’ experience with Endpoint Privilege Management solutions and helped hundreds of organisations to enable least privilege across their user base. His specialist sectors include Finance and Consultancy, Defense, Pharmaceutical, Public Sector and Commercial markets.