Okta & IDC: Unpacking identity and trust investments in ANZ SMBs
Traditional perimeter-based security models have given way to a focus on data security. At the core of modern security frameworks are risk identification, detection and response. Trust is more than just a desired outcome but an important component in the security practitioner’s toolkit. Previously it was assumed that everything inside the network could be trusted. But compromised resources, devices, or users exposed the network to malicious actors and threats — all of which were free to move laterally to servers/data or expand attacks to a different target.
Zero trust evolves the security model to address varying risk levels and granular access control can be employed based on a series of factors such as risk profiles and behaviours.
Watch this webinar as we focus on:
- How your peers are progressing along the Zero Trust security maturity curve
- What will SMB organisations focus on in the next 12-18 months
- Results of the first study of identity and trust management functions, processes, and governance in ANZ SMBs
Special Guest Speakers:
- Linus Lai, Chief Analyst, ANZ, IDC
Linus Lai is a leading researcher at IDC, with deep expertise in digital adoption across our region. This is your opportunity to find out what leading organisations are thinking and doing when it comes to securing their environments and delivering on the promise of digitally enabling their business, workforce, partners, and customers.
- Jim Katsos, Manager Solutions Engineering, Okta
Jim Katsos has more than 20 years’ experience in the software industry. He is currently responsible for promoting Okta’s Solution Engineering team across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Jim has held various leadership roles across technical presales, professional services and R&D. Jim has a strong technical background across multiple software domains including application development, security, automation and cloud native platforms.