I'm speaking at Netwrix Connect 2024

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Netwrix Connect 2024, March 4-6 in Orlando Florida

Back in 2012, I had the pleasure of talking to the people at STEALTHbits. They offered great products that are of great use to Identity admins. Then, they got acquired by Netwrix – another vendor with great solutions, that I've often highlighted during webinars. Now, Netwrix is hosting their first in-person customer and partner event. They've asked me to present. 😊


About Netwrix

Netwrix logoNetwrix empowers information security and governance professionals to reclaim control over sensitive, regulated and business-critical data, regardless of where it resides.

Over 10,000 organizations worldwide rely on Netwrix solutions to secure sensitive data, realize the full business value of enterprise content, pass compliance audits with less effort and expense, and increase the productivity of IT teams and knowledge workers. Founded in 2006, Netwrix has earned more than 150 industry awards and been named to both the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists of the fastest growing companies in the U.S.


About Netwrix Connect

Netwrix Connect is Netwrix' first and eagerly anticipated user and partner conference that takes place in March of 2024 in Orlando, Florida. The focus of this two-day event is providing deep technical training for Netwrix data security investments.

Attendees receive deep technical product training for Netwrix products, connect with like-minded peers, Netwrix executives and product experts, can earn CPE credits, can engage in roadmap discussions to influence the future of Netwrix, can receive official product certifications, and ennjoy March's stunning Florida weather.


About my presentation

I'm presenting a 60-minute session with Tyler Reese, Director of Product Management at Netwrix, on:

Incorporating ITDR into Your Organization's SOC

Tuesday March 5th, 3 PM – 4 PM

Identity professionals have traditionally focused on compliance and governance activities, while leaving Security Operations to the Cyber security team to monitor the endpoint (EDR) and network (NDR), potentially missing Identity Threats. Cloud adoption has made identity a primary target for cyber security attacks, making it one of the key vectors of attack expansion after infiltration.

As a result, Identity professionals need to consider an Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) program and how to integrate it into their organization’s larger Security Operations Center (SOC).

Tyler and I discuss the considerations that should be made when bringing on an ITDR program and how to incorporate it into an organization's larger SOC program. By doing so, you can ensure that your organization is well-protected against identity-based cyber threats.


Join us!

Join us at Orlando's Embassy Suites by Hilton for Netwrix Connect 2024. Register here.

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