Externalization of Authorization Policies - Build vs. Buy
Mickey Martin, Director of Product Outreach - PlainID & Simon Moffatt CEO and Research Analyst - The Cyber Hut
About this talk
Join PlainID’s Director of Product Outreach Mickey Martin, along with The Cyber Hut's CEO and Research Analyst, Simon Moffatt, on December 6, for a webinar on Externalization of Authorization Policies - Build vs. Buy.
As the modern enterprise architecture demands a more decoupled and agile approach to authorization – existing access control deployments that are often tightly coupled and embedded within enterprise applications can no longer provide the needed level of agility, correct feature set and coverage for businesses.
Dynamic Authorization has become a critical component of the modern enterprise - delivering business agility via the flexible security of critical data and information assets. Homegrown access control solutions are common across enterprises - either embedded within complex systems due to bespoke requirements or due to limitations of CoTS providers. A modern approach is needed to gain better visibility and control of who has access to what resources.
Join PlainID and The Cyber Hut to gain insights on how homegrown approaches compare to a platform approach. In the webinar, discussion topics will cover:
- Business Challenges of Authorization
- Externalizing Authorization with Policy-based Access Control
- Centralized Management and Distributed Enforcement
- The Limitations of Homegrown Solutions
- The Cost of Doing Nothing
12:00pm - 12:10pm - Welcome - Mickey Martin, PlainID
12:10pm - 12:30pm - Externalization of Authorization Policies - Build vs. Buy Challenges and Solutions - Simon Moffatt, The Cyber Hut
12:30pm - 12:50pm - PlainID Next Generation Authorization Overview, Mickey Martin, PlainID
12:50pm - 1:00pm - Q&A, Wrap up
PlainID, the Authorization Company, simplifies the complexity businesses face when securely connecting identities to digital assets. Powered by PBAC, PlainID provides a SaaS-based, centralized policy management platform with decentralized enforcement to manage who can access what across the enterprise technology stack; including applications, data, API, microservices and more.…