There are two kinds of actors on every network—people and machines. People employ usernames and passwords to identify and authenticate themselves, so they can get access to network data and services. Machines also need to identify and authenticate themselves, but they don’t rely on usernames and passwords. Instead, they use cryptographic keys and digital certificates to authenticate themselves to other machines. Every year, organizations spend billions of dollars protecting usernames and passwords, but almost nothing protecting keys and certificates, leaving our networks and data at risk. How do you keep machine identities secure? Attend sessions in this summit to learn about Machine Identity Protection.
Join Venafi and their technology partners for discussions on the increased need to protect machine identities in the modern enterprise.
To attend this FREE virtual summit, select one of the tracks below and register for all webinars of interest.
Why do organizations need to protect machine identities as much, or more, than usernames and passwords? Cybercriminals use unprotected keys...
The number of machines and the dependence on encryption is on the rise. But the issuance, installation and management of...
Audits are an opportunity to assess the effectiveness of Machine Identity Protection, but most organizations do not audit key and...
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