Organizations are only as secure as their weakest password. Yes, “123456” may be all that stands between you and a cybersecurity nightmare. But there are a few simple steps security teams can take to win back credential control and maybe even help CSOs sleep better at night.
During this on-demand event, sponsored by Specops, you will learn:
- What makes a good password?
- What is the underground market for passwords?
- How can IT teams streamline the management of locked accounts and forgotten logins?
An effective security strategy is dependent on control of credentials. During the discussion attendees will get practical advice on basic password policy and how to implement smart password management across the organization.
Darren James – Product Specialist and Technical Lead at Specops Software
With more than 20 years in IT, and a decade with Specops, Darren has worked as consultant across many sectors and organizations, from central and local governments to retail and energy companies. He specializes in Active Directory, Azure AD and Group Policy.
Roger A. Grimes – Data-Driven Defense Evangelist at KnowBe4.
Roger Grimes is a 30-year computer security professional, author of 12 books and over 1,000 national magazine articles. He frequently consults with the world’s largest and smallest companies, and militaries, and he has seen what does and doesn’t work. Grimes was a weekly security columnist for InfoWorld and CSO magazines from 2005 – 2019. He regularly presents at national computer security conferences, and has been interviewed by national magazines and radio shows, including Newsweek magazine and NPR’s All Things Considered. Roger is known for his often contrarian, fact-filled viewpoints.
Becky Bracken – Threatpost Journalist and Webinar Producer
Becky Bracken is a Threatpost journalist who produces and hosts Threatpost’s webinar series.
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