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Identity Is the New Perimeter

In the modern Enterprise, there is a constant need for employees to access networks, applications and data. Usernames and passwords are commonplace for a wide range of use cases, from Wi-Fi & VPN access to OS & App authentication, but they are difficult to manage and can easily be compromised. Employees bringing their own devices to work further increases the burden on IT teams. Identities have truly become the new security perimeter for Enterprises, and IT departments must find new ways to efficiently secure a plethora of networks and applications. As PKI becomes more and more ubiquitous in the Enterprise today, client certificates can go a long way to secure identities and access. Listen to this webinar to learn more about PKI in the context of IAM, and how a single-pane-of-glass approach can help you be more secure and more efficient.
Recorded Feb 13 2020 49 mins
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Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
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