An effective cybersecurity posture requires strong defences around password security. Yet often, password security can be an Achilles' heel in an enterprise. Even after decades worth of examples of the vulnerabilities that can arise when password security processes are poor, threat actors are still utilising this avenue of attack very successfully. For entities today, it's crucial to understand that just as the capabilities of threat actors are rapidly growing, so too must an organisation's defence capabilities increase in response, in order to deter and repel attacks in future.
This CSO Australia webinar - in association with LastPass - will discuss best practice contemporary approaches to password management. In turn, the ways in which entities can regularly assess in-depth their cyber security posture for potential vulnerabilities surrounding their password security. Emerging trends as it pertains to the future state of passwords will also be a central point of discussion, with a particular focus on the capacity of organisations to shift towards a passwordless mode of operations, in a safe and secure way.
Key discussion points include:
The vulnerabilities that are commonly found in organisations today surrounding password management and security
The critical considerations and procedures on the path to transitioning from the present to the future of passwordless management
Efficiently administrating enterprise operations in a distributed versus non-distributed workforce environment