Protecting HR Data within Healthcare

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Ben Johnson

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Close Your SaaS Security Gaps. Your healthcare organization relies on a few core SaaS applications to manage human resources, organize financial information, and maintain a resilient supply chain. Because these platforms are entrusted with so much sensitive data, it’s critical that your security team has the tools necessary to monitor activity, minimize risk, and mitigate threats within and across them. With the shift to cloud-based applications, it’s also important to understand how this security responsibility is shared between the SaaS providers and customers. Join Ben Johnson, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Obsidian, and Elena Kvochko, Chief Trust Officer of SAP, as they discuss the current landscape of SaaS security and look at how to effectively protect your organization’s sensitive HR data. In this session, we’ll take a look at: Understanding both sides of the shared responsibility model for SaaS security and what each party’s obligations are Improving collaboration between HR, application, and security teams Overcoming common challenges that security teams face when onboarding new applications Enabling more informed security decisions by leveraging contextual employee information from HR.

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Obsidian Security is the first truly comprehensive security and compliance solution built for SaaS. Obsidian analyzes state and activity data across business-critical applications to help manage privileges, optimize configurations, and identify compromised accounts and insider threats. By pairing a deep understanding of each application with proprietary machine learning models, Obsidian delivers value in minutes without agents to deploy or custom rules to write. Obsidian goes beyond alerts, providing actionable recommendations for security teams and detailing the exact impact of each change in customer environments. The company is led by industry veterans from cybersecurity and enterprise software and is backed by Greylock Partners, GV, Norwest Venture Partners, and Wing.