After an incredibly quick shift to support remote workforces on a massive scale, businesses are now beginning plans to allow their teams back into corporate offices.
As this planning occurs, it is vital to understand what reactionary changes had to be made to accommodate the business needs for remote workers. Fresh strategies and opportunities MUST be identified in order to the improve security, governance, and architecture.
This webinar sponsored by Fishtech Group, CyberArk, Ping, and SailPoint focuses on the potential risks were allowed to accommodate remote workers, how to identify improvement opportunities, and how to apply those solutions from a Strategy, Governance and Architecture perspective.
Jayson has been leading delivery services practices for the past several years. He specializes in combining highly skilled resources with proven technology vendors to build sensible security programs for his clients.
Donovan Blaylock is a Technology Evangelist for SailPoint. SailPoint provides Identity and Access Governance globally for organizations looking to effectively manage user’s access to Infrastructure, Applications and Data throughout the enterprise. He has held several positions within the company previously ranging from engineering to sales and helped to found the Healthcare and Government Verticals for the company. Previous to SailPoint, he spent over 14 years in the US Defense and Federal government space working on some of the largest identity management systems worldwide.
Donovan grew up in Washington, DC but now calls Austin, TX home. He spends a lot of his spare time involved in technology roundtables, startup social events, and enjoying the famous live music scene that the city is known for. All of his remaining time is spent with his two children, travelling the globe and taking on a new woodworking projects in his woodshop.
Mike has spent the last eighteen years working with Identity, Privileged Access, and Security products. During his tenure Mike has held positions in professional services and as a solutions engineer. Mike is also versed in compliance frameworks such as COBiT, PCI, HIPPA, and NIST, his background in compliance helps bring a unique perspective. Mike has experience in large banking, government, retail, and healthcare accounts.
Previously, Mr. Amin served as Senior Director of product management for IDaaS solutions at Oracle Corp. and CA Technologies. Before that, Mr. Amin served as Director of Cloud Security with Novell Identity and Security. He was responsible for crafting Oracle’s IDaaS strategy and setting direction for the future of Identity Services. At CA Technologies, Mr. Amin’s primary responsibility was for CA Advanced Risk Based and Multifactor Authentication offering and CA IAM product and service strategy in the cloud, including it's next generation cloud security service offerings. During his time at Novell, he helped position Novell as a thought leader in Identity based services, cloud and enterprise security. His primary role was to lead the overall strategy for Novell Cloud Security and oversee ongoing product direction in the area.
At Ping Identity, Mr. Amin is currently engaged in Ping’s strategy around Open and Secure API, Privacy, Consent, and Distributed Identity implication, across Ping product portfolio. Previously, he was responsible for product and go-to market strategy, for Ping solutions in Employee, and Consumer centric Identity and Access Management.
Mr. Amin is also an author on several patents in software security, web caching and content distribution.