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Taming Infrastructure Access: Getting Hands-On with Role and Access Discovery


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Sponsored by STRONGDM

Wednesday, September 15, 2021
3 p.m. ET

You receive a request for access to a backend system. You already know the questions you’re going to ask: “Who is this person? What’s their role? Do they actually need access to this system?” Developing a clear understanding of who has access to which systems is critical to your organization’s security and is foundational to having total control over your infrastructure.

Join Justin McCarthy, CTO, strongDM, for a hands-on session explaining how to run role and access discovery across your organization. Justin will provide a framework that you can use to:

  • Understand the roles and systems within your organization
  • Map standard access rules for each role
  • Standardize and automate access with modern tools
Co-Founder & CTO - strongDM
Justin McCarthy is the Co-Founder and CTO of strongDM. He originally developed empathy for Operations as a founding and pager-carrying member of many operations and data teams. As an Executive, he has led Engineering and Product in high-throughput and high-stakes e-Commerce, financial, and AI products. Justin is the original author of strongDM's core protocol-aware proxy technology.

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