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Protecting Critical Infrastructure through IAM: Establish Governance & Reduce Vulnerability for Privileged Access

Between growing security threats and evolving compliance mandates and regulations, such as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, agencies are facing increased pressure to update and secure their aging infrastructure and networks. In this webinar, industry experts will share why an integrated identity and access governance management strategy is at the core of a strong cybersecurity program, the framework for developing a successful program, and how to avoid common pitfalls when deploying these types of solutions.

Webinar discussion topics will include:

  • Is zero-trust a practical approach to cyber security for government agencies?
  • What are some of the potential gaps after CDM and how can they be addressed?
  • How are compliance mandates shaping technology choices and priorities?
  • What is the best approach to the secure delivery of access and automated governance controls?

Frank Briguglio

Public Sector Identity Governance Strategist

Frank Briguglio is a recognized thought leader and authority in Identity Governance, Administration (IGA), and Authentication & Access Controls. Throughout his career he has been involved in the design and implementation of identity-centric technologies and the development of identity standards. He has supported the Federal Identity, Credential and Access Management Subcommittee (FICAM) as a Subject Matter Expert and was involved in the development of the FICAM Roadmap; the Federal and DoD Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and Federated Identity Standards adopted by FICAM E-Authentication program.

Frank has over 20 years’ experience supporting Federal Civilian, Department of Defense, and the Intelligence community. He has worked for industry leaders in the Security, Identity and Access Management space at Oracle, Microsoft, Netscape, Sun Microsystems and Deloitte and is currently the Public Sector Identity Governance Strategist at SailPoint.

Prior to his career in Enterprise Security and Identity Management he served in the United States Navy as a Cryptologist.

Josh Brodbent

Sr. Solutions Engineer