In most enterprises, Identity and Access Management systems only cover 10% of the authorized identities. The 90% that are ignored by traditional IAM include privileged user identities plus the thousands of machine to machine authorizations that are the lifeblood of daily business processes. These unmanaged identities are easily exploited and comprise a major risk and a compliance headache for virtually all large IT organizations. In this webinar, you will learn:
• How an unmanaged deployment of Secure Shell opens a gaping hole in your Identity and Access Management strategy
• The risk and compliance exposures
• How to determine the scope of the problem in your
• Free tools and resources to help you get started
As the trend of employees using smartphones and tablets as corporate access devices in the workplace grows, businesses of all sizes continue to see information security risks being exploited. These risks stem from both internal and external threats including mismanagement of the device itself, external manipulation of software vulnerabilities and the deployment of poorly tested, unreliable business applications.
During this webinar Steve Durbin, Managing Director of ISF, will explain why it is important for organisations to embrace these new technologies to develop and deploy effective enterprise-wide strategies and to safeguard their data.
One of the world’s most sought-after speakers, Leeson single-handedly bankrupted the London-based Barings Bank in 1995. Through unauthorised derivatives trading, Leeson bypassed risk and compliance systems to incur heavy losses exceeding $1.4 billion. He was charged with fraud and served several years in a Singapore prison.
Leeson will share his personal story and critical insights on the safeguards and practices needed for an increasingly-globalised fraud landscape, particularly in China and wider Asia where fraud and cybercrime is on the rise. Additional points for discussion will be based on – but not limited to – the following:
•Emerging trends and disruptions transforming the risk environment
•Developments in implementing sound managerial, financial, IT software, systems and processes to avoid financial mismanagement
•The evolving role of security and risk executives
Nearly three years removed from the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, the investing public has grown increasingly frustrated with the lack of criminal prosecutions and insufficient penalties levied against the senior executives and companies responsible for igniting the subprime meltdown. Revelations of greed and mismanagement related to the meltdown continue to emerge almost daily. The failure of regulatory agencies such as the SEC and Department of Justice to hold individuals accountable, despite significant evidence that intentional misconduct by U.S. corporations caused the financial crisis, has subjected those agencies to intense criticism.
It has fallen to investors to fill the vacuum left by those regulators, by enforcing the securities laws through civil litigation. This process is critically important to ensure the integrity of the market, make certain that shareholders are adequately compensated for their losses, and send a strong message that fraudulent conduct will not be tolerated. However, the obstacles litigants face in deterring and punishing corporate fraud have increased in recent years.
Please join our panel of experts as they discuss the challenges of holding corporate America accountable, the limits of regulatory, criminal and private enforcement, and why the "small fish fry and the big fish wiggle off the hook."
Our panelists are:
--Former SEC Chief Accountant Lynn Turner, corporate governance expert and senior advisor to international forensics and accounting firm LECG;
--Former federal prosecutor David Anders, now a Partner with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz;
--BlackRobe Capital Partners Managing Director Sean Coffey, a former federal prosecutor and leading plaintiff securities litigator; and
--BLB&G partner Chad Johnson as moderator.