Securing Supply Chains with Critical Access Management

Presented by

Joel Burleson-Davis, SecureLink’s CTO

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Supply chain cyber attacks are on the rise and recent data breaches, such as the attacks on SolarWinds, Colonial Pipeline, and Kaseya, have highlighted the vulnerabilities in supply chain cybersecurity. Why are these attacks happening? Critical systems and data are heavy targets for hackers. When organizations leave their access points unsecured or give too much privileged access to users who need restricted access (like third-party vendors), it threatens critical assets like supply chain infrastructures, networks, systems, applications, and data. In this session during the High Technology Crime Investigation Association’s (HTCIA) International Conference and Expo, Joel Burleson-Davis, SecureLink’s CTO, expands on the role of critical access management and how securing access points and assets can mitigate cyber threats to critical assets. You’ll learn more on: - The real problem behind supply chain cyber attacks - What critical access management is and how it secures the access points most targeted by malicious hackers - How to identify a critical access point or asset - The steps needed to implement critical access management in your organization

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Over the past two decades, we have become the leading experts in critical access management for highly regulated enterprise organizations, technology vendors, healthcare providers, and more. Organizations of varying industries and needs continue to depend on SecureLink to secure access to their critical systems, data, IT and OT infrastructure, regulated information, and networks. Our value is more than world-class products — it’s our partnerships with every organization we work with. We understand technology, security, industries, and the vast cyber threats our customers face. We’re here to stand beside them and keep them secure.