RANT Radio - Fireside Chat: IAM…. Not Securing Active Directory

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Tom Odams, Mike McLaughlin, Johnathon Taghavi, and Chris Eves

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IAM (Identity Access Management) has been on most organisations priority lists, however with Active Directory playing a core part in IAM solutions, it can be argued that none are actually securing Active Directory. Join us for our very own RANT Radio Shows! Grab a glass of wine and your RANT spirit, put your feet up, and join us for an engaging discussion. We will be donating £5.17 (the average cost of a beer in the City) to the Trussell Trust food banks for every person who joins us for the event. They are in need of our support at this time, more than ever. https://www.trusselltrust.org/

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