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today we are here for an interestingsession around identity security before we get started I'd like to do a coupleof quick checks I understand there's been a 1 minutedelay we want to ensure that you are able to screen see that screen clearlyand able to hear a voice as well so if you're able to see my screen that saysidentity security, you can drop me a message and Tracy is going to check andlet me know we get started in a minute a quick audio/video check if anybody'shaving any problems tell your clan us now lovely I think we are good to go theaudio and video needs to be working fine wonderful wonderful wonderful all rightI hope you guys have grabbed a cup of coffee and have a notepad because wehave an interesting session ahead of us and good meat for an heart and I promisewe will be doing action items and action items only so this is a one juncture andthe identity landscapes where identities have become important than ever beforea while back if you were to you know travel back in time about a decade agothings were very different when it came to identity essentially most of thestuff that happens around the identity were compromised and administrators lovehow identities and the whole architecture around identities was buttoday users have started experiencing and expecting a consumeristic approachtowards identities they want identities on the go and that turns out to be avery big challenge for administrators not from our infrastructure standpointbut from a security standpoint so through today's session we are going totry and understand as to how has identity as an entity involved over timeand what challenges does it pose to administrators in organizations throughtheir IT security juries for a long time for a very very long timeidentity has been on the background not essentially at the center ofsecurity and statically that's how it's built most focus for administrators hasessentially been around the perimeter or the devices on the perimeter that's howthey get the organisation secure and when it came to identities the worldsees God within the perimeter they were insulated from the outsideworld at best identities operated with that within anintranet but now things are very different you cannot expect youremployees to do the same thing as they used to do a couple of years ago in factyou see a tremendous increase in the number of employees who are on the gowho are road warriors you see people working from home and that specificculture has taken a huge sleep right now there are design teams it's not just thefeel team that works from home I mean what's on the go you havedesigners you have marketeers you have different verticals of an organizationtrying to work from home and that again brings a very big deviation as to howidentities were managed not just that talk about devices talk about peoplebringing their own devices so you essentially have to start looking foroptions you essentially have to start acknowledging the factor that identitiesare they one and they are spread out all over the place so a lot of them treatingidentities is something within your perimeter start considering identitiesas something that's right on your perimeter it's it's again very importantto do this one change in mindset because that's going to help how you handleidentities you you must be sharing a lot of things around zero trust securityprivileged access management taking as done things like that essentially arestructured around this very idea that identity has become a parameter fororganization so we would want to go further and explore how exactly has thisspecific aspects of identity been a problem and this being a problem becauseof legacy systems and practices that wefollow because while back if you run to their identities it was all about trustit started with trusting in I three edges letting them access specificresources in your organization it can't be as simple as that anymore I justpointed out there's this concept of bringing their horse to fight how do youensure that works out with your existing best practices or with your existingpolicies how are you going to go on and take control over machine identities butsingle users probably going to have 10 or 15 different accesses and trust menot all of them are on them maybe more than 60 or 70 percentage of them are onthe club so the idea of the agenda is to very much understand and acknowledge theshifting trend in how I don't see our architecture inside organizations andhow organizations and enterprises have a tough time coping up with this changejust because security has become hand in hand with identity then not manyorganizations are up to it and we go forward talking about how can you makeyour identity access management foolproof we are going to talk about acouple of best practices right here essentially I'm gonna greet you a coupleof cool tricks and acts and can change the way how your organization andstakeholders see identity so the whole idea of identities has take has been onthe bathroom for a long time the time it takes center stage I'm pretty sure a lotof you folks joining today are ia and leaders and you would have great numberof reasons by the end of this presentation to convince your board todo or overhaul for your identity management strategy when you do getthings as how they are it seems quite straightforward it seems like anabsolutely happy organization everybody seems to be having a good time but atthe end of the day things aren't the way they seem to as we speak all right therecould be an attacker nothing out there in your organization as long asyou know all all that and attacker is bothered about is the behavior of yourusers the attacker thinks trying in fact Iwould go on to say that they know your users better than you dothey take the assign the Hanoverian behavior they look for patterns theylook for that one weak spots to get into your organization because I'd like toalways put this the security of your organization is only as strong as theweakest link in your organization and for an attacker the obvious weakest linkis users and people and now that identities are multiform there is a flawthere looking for those touch points that are one durable and all they needis just one entry point and in fact Microsoft agrees and they put out theywere very forthcoming with this infographic piece it's a littledisturbing but that's how things are if we're talking about Active Directorysecurity right here all that an attacker needs is two days of time from themoment they've gotten their first access point we're talking about attackersbeing able to get into your system and take just two days to crack into anadmin account so that is definitely scaryit doesn't really stop right there getting into the account is just thefirst part of the problem the next bit of it is not having practices orpolicies or solutions to notify administrators or organizations thatsomething's going wrong because the attackers are super trained we know howto export rate data without tricks to bring the reader so most of theseattacks that we're talking about data breaches that had happened in the pastsadly were discovered only after a couple of months after the attack hadtaken place so there's one recommendation my first recommendationfor the day for you is going to be start considering the possibility of anattacker nothing in your system already as we speakstart considering that possibility so if you change that one mindset I'm prettysure the way you approach identity security is going to change whyI say that why do I want you to consider that there's a lot at all in your systembecause it's almost impossible these days to go on and claim that you're 100%secure probably the only way to call yourself 100% secure is when you shutdown all your systems buddy a six feet deep hole and you know buddy all yourmachines that's the only way you can feel secure at the moment you turn onyour identity joy with these are baby there are chances that something couldgo wrong and one infographic that kind of validates my statement that I justmade is this right here we are very well aware of the fact that phishing attacksthey've been there for waiting on them anybody who uses a computer or a mobilethe way but at some point in time ever heard and realize and been told that donot open emails that are malicious looking we still have users who are inthe part of the equation of identities that cause most of the time the troublethat we face when it comes to identity securelywhat do your users do the moment they see an email that says do not open thefirst thing that we do is open the email what do you users do when there's anattachment that says do not download they download the attachment so accounttakeovers are taking place as we speak and in fact but now that the identitiesthat we're talking about are online it's become all the more easy for attackersand actors to get out there and get hold of these identities while that securityfor identities wasn't a big deal tchau the whole idea of users having multipleidentities and then having to remember passwords for multiple identities turnsout to be a challenge we'll be talking about that in a while so accounttakeovers are happening as we speak and all that the attacker wants to get holdof your credential they want to do it through a social engineering attack itcould be a simple phishing email where the social scam you they establishcontrol they do an internal they wait for the right time theyexfiltrate all the data that they have and then even before you know they areout of your system that's basically because attackers are well-trained attheir group they speak the business lingo they are almost perfect when itcomes to getting and executing the attacks they go completely undetectedunder the radar no matter what systems you have so we are talking about notbeing able to tackle attackers with existing native tools that you've gotActive Directory is about 20 years old to the kids or does it stop your usersfrom having a password such as password as 1 2 3 the simple answer is no justthat's just one example with existing within one training systems with withwith is the native options that you've got preventing your system fromattackers it's not really an option that you've got so this goes with theinfographic again that's right yeah we ran a survey and we found out there area lot of administrator's sort of CIS O's CTU's for that matter agree to the factthat they are under I'm sort of the attack or the other you turn on the newsyou see one cybersecurity attack per day big conglomerates multi-million dollarcompanies undergoing a card that were basically because someone was a littleforgetful as simple as that so the element of human error right hereplease a big deal so we are talking about not just securing your systems notjust educating your users but full proofing your system that has to be yourpriority when it comes to identity security so how do you foolproof I'vegot a couple of cases right here for you to go through and understand how seriousis what we are talking about we've got gdprit made rounds last year and you know when you want to do business with thecompany in the EU PII Protection has to be your priority GDP ours the month atthat no I'm pretty sure a lot of you who arejoining me today are properly we've got a good set of people joining me fromCalifornia that's California consumer Privacy Act that's going out livestarting next year Jan 1 every law every privacy law that the topmoobot is around data privacy instead on personally identifiable information it'saround credentials being safe conditions being stolen and how exactly areorganizations going to that put their since you see disturbing numbers I don'twant to go through everything I've left it for you to go through so these meanone point that I want to highlight right here is the image of an organization thereputation that's associated with the organization let alone define littleonly natural fine that you pay what a ransom that you pay you seeorganizations losing business you see organizations losing truck sevenpercentage to five point nine percent just in the number of customers who werethere for a specific industry after a major attack so this is not just fororganizations in multiple industries we talk a lot Deloitte a cybersecurityconsultancy they've been they've been number one in cybersecurity conferencekey for a very long time they do a lot of other conferencing but when it comesto cybersecurity they're real good in consulting they had a massive cybersecurity breach a couple of years ago and why did this happen not because theydid not have a finish solution or a best-in-class security solution nothingat all they have the best multi-layered security system thatsomeone could have they in fact consulted game a lot of organizationsbest practices to get things done the whole idea of not enabling just one stepwhich was a two-factor authentication we could not do that and that was the endof steroids reputation we had a master list they not a lot of employee datacustomer later passwords IP addresses architectural diagram intellectualproperty so on and so forth just because they lost one credential and thatcredential or that account was not protected by a second factor ofauthentication so that is another recommendation that I want to make buildan online system breathe a cloud system that you're working on look forsolutions that help you with two-factor authentication at least ninety percentof identity problems are not your concern anymore if you have a secondfactor of authentication right there so up low you might be wondering aboutultra my implementation of TF here I'm going to get there and a white computeron your as yours it comes for free please implement multi-factorauthentication with just one button away it takes less than 10 minutes toconfigure MSA you can do it running or me please do that that's my secondrecommendation for you today so as we go through the whole idea of identitysecurity I am pretty sure you must have been bombarded with a lot of models theycall the zero trust model you would not want to trust anybody that's thefundamentals of zero trust model do not give access to anybody unless it'sabsolutely required even if you give access to someone make it just in timemake sure you remove the accidents right after the job is done you want the leastprivileged approach these are certain recommendations back to zero trust onethat Wow if zero trust enough that's the wholequestion right there is ZERO trust enough so you try to restrict the numberof parcels all right but still if it fee is enough to just go with the zero trust1 as a matter of fact the answer is yes and no I would rather look for somethingthat is more adaptive rather than having robust models out there it makes senseto start your identity security journey with an adapter model continuousassessment of risk and threat is something that you need to do how do youdo it is quite straightforward and simple as lead it out as I go my dear soyou're able to see that the whole idea of compliance and identity security gohand in hand it starts with you ensuring that youhave contextual authentication policies can you restrict access based on contextthat's a big question that you'll have to ask yourself as you're taking youridentity security journey can you monitorcritical usage does your existing identity system have provision forlooking into transactions that happen day in day out with respect toidentities notifying you if something has gone wrong and if you had an insightcan you immediately act on it can you investigate any analyse can you handlethe threat and adjust your posture that's the whole idea of Carta the modelthat we recommend this is a modernist recommended by God no we follow sweet asit seems to be the most logical approach towards identity security you look for asolution that is continuous that is adaptive because when it comes toidentities they never the same you cannot do a trade and spray and prayapproach you will need something that is wearing pointed you will need toevaluate look into every user account quite differently so look for solutionsthat are adaptive look for solutions that evaluate access based on contextlook for solutions that can monitor and notify you when there are deviationsthat can also help you manage and also help you drive results so that's thekind of model that you should be looking for in an identity securely so we'vebeen talking about a couple of best practices here I started out with onerecommendation which was the idea of considering that a hacker is already inyour system the next recommendation that I had asked you to do was turning onmulti-factor authentication it's a simple thing to do the next one is ifyou are on your journey towards identity security look for a model that isadaptive because identities are evolving at a rapid pace the absences are alsosupposed to be contextual of that it might so we spoke about ok a while backwe spoke about the Deloitte case there's another interesting case that I'll wantyou to look into when it comes to PII or personally identifiable information youwould not believe me if I tell you that your user record gets sold for $5.00 onthe dark and your health record alright get soldfor $50 there are organizations out there marketers out there who are readyto buy any data around your behavior and start advertising based on your behaviorso there have been instances where organizations lost user recalls and theysee immediate problems that follow things like people being advertised withthe personal a condom got sold here there's another example that's rightthere where Harlan's 45 movie endings are the kodkod stolen we talking aboutmailer meaning as we talk about cool numbers we talk about date of birth withthese a lot can be done so how do you have a model that does not just let youknow that something went from but helps you act right away all this happenbasically because there was no provision to check for deviation and behavior socritical accounts who was act all right and deviation in that account wasabsolutely not taken into consideration at all the behavior wasn't analyzed andthe attacker remained in the system for almost 220 ninetieth that's that's morethan enough time to take over your entire data that we're talking aboutlots of loss means lot of the personally identifiable information being lostright here so what we're looking at is a direction where identity accessmanagement and data security need to be going hand-in-hand so here I'm going tobe giving you a very basic model how do you get your I am and data securitygovernance going hand-in-hand so here it all starts with your ability to do arisk assessment so if you have a specific set of identities let's sayaccounts with the keys to your kingdom let's say accounts with privileges youwill need provisions to analyze them you will need to understand how we use yourattacks the surface and start monitoring any data transaction that goes onthrough these privileged to comes so managing these is again a challenge forgetting the architecture right is all about getting your identityaccess management and data security governance working hand-in-hand so I'vegot a modern right here it might look a little complex but you if you've noticedlocally it isn't that context it starts by understanding your organization'sarchitecture and your organization's central goals so where is all thecritical data that we are talking about how are you going to get your data setpriorities where I our data stood how are you going to have an analytics modelwork hand in hand with that whilst we are talking about Identity Management ithas to go hand-in-hand with a cap system with a user entity being a dynamicsystem it all works hand in hand for you to be able to say you are a hundredpercent secure when it comes to data security so how do we do that becausewhen job data security the first touch point obviously is a loss preventionit's important that privileged accounts are monitored if there are data accessesunholy are at probably from a little geography colocation you will need to bein order quite so user behavior comes in the place if you want to know wherethese actions coming coming from you need a chat system so no longer eitherthese are done in silos a former central party or security strategy and thediagram right here is as to how you manage your identity and data governanceand so have clear-cut security policies that have identities at the center haveorchestration or automations that get the job done which is exactly what I'mgoing to be giving you in a while I'm going to be giving you best practiceswe've discussed about quite some ground on we've covered quite some no no no I'mgonna give you best practices that could get your identity strategy started so weare talking about six better practices right herethe ones that could probably get 90 percentage of your identity securityproblems cleared off the first one is going to be around automation so roboticprocess automation we've been using it for a long timeadministrators are fascinated by it I myself am mixerrobotic process automation here when we talking about identities it makes a lotof sense to automate your on-boarding and off-boarding when it comes to userlifecycle that's one place where I'm not problem occurs why is that we weretalking about data security most of the time major data security leads areYouTube privilege escalations so Moomins not supposed to be having access to afile or folder ends up having access because it was manually given and it wasnot revoked late on time so administrators are burdened withenormous load of identity shown that happens to India it's not absent lestone click users get provision right click delete the users get the provisionit's never like that the whole process around identity and entitlementmanagement is quite complicated so you should start looking for systems thatlet you streamline the whole on loading and offloading process and managing aswell so as we go through the right side but it's important to understand thatit's not just provisioning users in one platform but provisioning them acrossmultiple platforms with the right entitlements with the right mappingswith the right access to the resources and when you do it manually there arechances that you might end up doing this check and when there is an automationthat could do end up to an automation that can effortlessly talk to let's sayHR systems or a service desk system where a request comes in from the HR itacts as a portal it provisions the user notifies the administrator of what ithappens have entitlements marked rightly because that context associated with itthere's access that's provided based on roles based on attributes you get thatright major problem is solved so entitlement management done rightthrough automation is a critical aspect of identity security you try to fooltroops the first step or the first entry right here so we get the right axis andthe next point right here is as we move through their lifecycle users are goingto get more axes old ones are supposed to be the morea classic example is someone moving from the sales department to marketing attimes some of the marketing necessarily need not have access to the sales datathere into marketing later on but still the old entitlements are not the mostbecause it's a manual thing to do and a science administrators again youcan't blame them insurer load at times once or twice you miss that out so youlook for solutions that are adaptive that our policy build and work at andattribute level it could be any target system not just ask you directly to theoffice 365 degree G suite any target system that we're talking about look forsolutions that understand context if a user moves from department a to beentitlements need to automatically change you wants me to be given old onesneed to be revoked it has to be as simple as an administrator looking intoa notification and say okay great things are going good that's how you have tolook for a system that doesn't are PA and the last phase of the lifecycle beobvious and the most challenging one which is the provision users that'salways been a challenge because like I told you be provisioning isn't justright they complete it's a multi-stage process you as matter of fact most ofthe time finding Depot is a lot more challenging they're con boarding acouple of reasons through the lifecycle a user gets more access more touchpoints more devices more resources so having a checklist of hundred things tobe provisioned right when our users leaving is a difficult thing to domanually so have systems in place that does that for you and that doesn't justhave to be with be provisioning and we can also talk about still users orinactive becomes a major source of security problems there are two thingsone is D provisioning employees who are giving that's again a problem then thenext one is steal accounts when it's about scale accounts that's the firstspot that is a factor looks for that's the most easy entrance that an attackerhas most of the time the national accounts that we talked about whoabsolutely unmonitored there could be inactiveaccounts that still have access to critical resources in the organisationand attacker assortment that the for the organization's to see who is leaving theorganization just so that they can get hold of one person active account andget in and when we're talking about deep provisioningaccounts if you do not do a full-fledged cleanup there are chances that yourusers leave a backdoor access a lot of them do that we've had survey conductedand we've seen results that are mind-boggling so many organizationsfound out after a quick tip that we'd given that there have they've hadaccounts with actions that have a store entrance it could be something as simpleas a mail forwarding set to a personal account we do not want our users to dothat so there's a lot around identity security that needs to be taken intoconsideration and when it's the last phase essentially user deeper Williamyou would need to have a checklist that very clearly marks what happened theyhad what once needs to be removed and the best part is that can be automatedand that can be done across target systems it's the best way to doit so we're talking about a multi step sequential fee provisioning thateffectively revokes not just permissions also licenses also any potential factoraccesses forwarding that asset and purchase all these inactive accounts soyou should just be the division for sale there were these mini unit 2 accountsthey got first there were these many accesses they got to move that's thekind of system that you should be building for your identityinfrastructure so we've spoken about the first tip ofthe six tips which is to get our PA or robotic process automation done and setfor your user lifecycle management manual error is the big challenge thatwe're solving right here besides that when it comes to business benefit aregoing to be seeing tremendous loads of time lots of you know you can you canprobably be using it for something that a lotproductive so we're talking about users right here now we just saw howautomation can help you we just talk about users right nowthen comes the user no matter what policies you try and set pay somehow tryto circumvent the policy we were talking about users being a securityvulnerability because we have we've seen instances where they're likelierpasswords on a piece of paper and having stuff on top of the desktop so how arewe going to ensure that they have at that they adhere to your policies andwhen it comes to Active Directory the internal policies are very bright whenit comes to the policy there's no provision to get then not to set apassword like password at 1 2 3 or an incremental password and the granularityis always been a challenge so we're talking about users meaning your problemnumber one an existing native systems not being able to defend against themost basic attacks it could be a dictionary attack it could be a passwordspree attack it could be a credential stuffing how exactly can you say or whoamong you can say an existing native systems can help you defend that it allboils down to one basic question it boils down to this question whereit's always about usability was this security so your users most of the timeis resist a change because they find it's hard to implement and are to adhereto and that's the reason why most of these emails from the IT gets not readat all so we would want to make it simple for them we would want to make itfoolproof as well and I would that you don't give them too much control you getthe job done let them not even notice so we're talking about existing targetsystems not having partial policies that are strong enough and how do you lookfor a solution that can sit on top of those systems and enforce a strongerpassword policy so I've got a couple of recommendations for you look for asystem that stops users from setting passwords that are was straight out ofthe dictionaries so far as change administrator the 90 can have some fun adictionary attack that an attacker does you could very much use the samedictionary have it incorporated with your solution let it let your users notset passwords from the dictionary that's something that you could need me to andanother problem were on passwords is it's very predictable you don't evenneed to have a complex bot or a tool to crack passwords human behavior ispredictable so patterns on something that you need to be what is aboutpassword has one two three organization and one two three first name at once andsee what we keep advancing as they say lots of people do that so how do youtrain your system to stop your users from using patterns that's somethingthat you'll need to look into and yes Active Directory does have a passwordhistory functionality lots of tools - but does it get to the granularity whereyou say none of the letters from my previous password can be used in my newpassword or something like that maybe three consecutive letters you stop themfrom using that so that ensure that there is no incremental possible sort ofbeing said I myself so I talk about security the way at times i passwordfatigue exception it happens the first person that I said was maybe Parkerthat's one two three the next one I said what's possible at one two three four soyou stop your users from doing bugs and realistics and how do you do that youenforce a policy that's strong enough and also at the same time make it accesswith Bruce for the user so let's trick them from using repeated passwordsensure that there's the right mix prevent them from using patterns and howdo you do that you make it usable most important challenges right hereshould not detect a strong personal policy but to make it usable and andright forward available for the user so right let's say they're resetting thepassword that has to be a whale will write at the place when you're doing itmost of the time this is trouble the friction is essentially because theydon't get it give them what they are supposed to do a simple check box isgoing to get the job done so try to pull procure systems and a couple of morerecommendations like assign more like a cowlike a notification that arrangement passwords are about to expire thingslike that that couldn't make your Active Directory security or identity securitya little better so we've spoken about a couple ofrecommendations right here one around automation one on password security Iwould also want to retouch on the multi-factor parts right here I justtalked about MSA being an important aspect of identity security a couple ofoptions that you've got our verification codes security commissioning answers bean angel but it was to an extent we talking about moving forward withfactors like biometrics we're talking about touch ID we're talking about spaceI think how do you get them incorporated how do you make it effort in a starshining face ID your users are not even going to realize that they have to doone step extra they do it all the time with the Google with their Facebook theydo such authentication sources it's already out there they're alreadytrained for this and when it comes to security and MFE for privileged accountsthis is going to be my recommendation a while back as I started my presentationI was talking about privileged accounts having then second factor length whenthey log in this is exactly how it looked like so an administrator alrightaccount is compromised the credentials are out there I excuse me I would say Idon't really care the credential is compromised and I don't really care howis that even possible because I have a second factor that's absolutelypersonalized it could be an email versificationor a touch ID or a face I did that back to choose and I'd be granted access intomy system all my server right after I do my second step verification so sure ithappens right at logon it can be for your Linux it can be for your Windows itcan be for your Mac look for solutions that do two-factor authentication rightat the model and most of your problems or solve it gets this right MFA is foryour applications the FAA right when you log on that's something that you shoulddefinitely consider so you've spoken aboutcouple of best practices we've seen the automation side of things we've seen thepeople side of thing and how to empower users with a great usability so thatsecurity and similar there's one more recommendation that I've got for youwhich is getting everything audited when I say everything every action at anidentity performs in your system not just privileged users talk about normalusers the whole deal of auditing the reports that can come handy when you'redoing a forensic analysis you can start off with logon auditing you would wantto know changes that are made by your users you would want to have auditingfor the files and folders that are accessed by the user this forms a vitalpiece in your compliance strategy as well so this is quite important havingan identity solution that does full-blown auditing look for such asolution this if I were to give you an example the most basic one if you have agreat logon auditing tool a proactive one you'd be able to stop a brute-forceattack a brute force attack is essentially in multiple logon failuresbecause of wrong transitions followed by one personal prevention and onesuccessful logon so there's a deviation there's a set pattern right here youwould know that something's wrong with the logon and you'd be notified earlierto be accepted so a couple of examples right there that you could very muchcurtain if only you enabled other things this is just one case and how many usecases that you can solve that I've been having the classic kidfinding as one getting that one touch point and going forward with thatthat's what as hackers do they try to get hold of the domain admin credentialsit keeps moving literally but when you notice after the first logon if you hadand also an auditing solution that can check for that deviation and multipledogon happening consecutively and multiple touch points on multipleendpoints you know there's something wrong before they could get hold of yourentire system so have a strong auditing solution in placethat's a user of all the things that such objects or things it can tell you alot of insights that can give you a lot of insight it's need not beactive it can be proactive and tell you what is going on so then spoken about acouple of action items the last point of the day is going to be the mostimportant one which is monitoring privileged accounts we just saw howimportant is to audited every account in the organization controlling andmonitoring privileged accounts the most important of them all and when you domove crib list accounts there are certain best practices that you can havein mind quite simple not difficult at all the first one is going to be thisjust in time axis give them access only when it's absolutely required give themaccess right on time so set up your privilege entitlement delegationmanagement of the quality EDM in such a way that it has least crudenessingrained only when required only for the user who requires it and there hasto be an automation that is associated that provokes all those accidents afterthe use this is a little difficult to set up in the beginning but once you'vegot it set up it should be operating real smooth and should be helping youmanage your privilege to come straight forward so we talking about just-in-timeaccess to your produced account and that helping you for your identity securitythere's something else that you need to understand through your journey ofprivilege and delegation management trying to do it granularly so if youwere to ever try doing delegation or entitlement management through the stockoptions you would have noticed it's not really friendly when it comes to sayingthese many privileges these attributes need to be given a time that you end upgiving more than what's required this because of our age of repetition wedon't want you to do that get granular get attribute level give thesestakeholders only what they truly require and when it comes to identitymanagement I'm very sure there a lot of stakeholders who have nothing to do withit but still requesting you for access for something or the other so getgranular give them only what's required on top of all this it's still somethinggoes wrong you can always rely on analytics you canwe rely on you EBA or UPA to check what has gone wrong so we talk about systemsthat can notify you based on risk course every user in the organisation everygiven second is analyzed the behaviors get tracked if there are any deviationso it could be job within SA and presenting from California right nowalright another 30 minutes I have an action that happens from that a roguewave that's the deviation unless if only if Ihad the power to teleport I would not have been able to do it so we aretalking about such deviations that are quite obvious it could be factors likegeography could be factors like network location it could be your IP it could beso device from which they are logging in it could be anything around these 15factors that I'm talking about that gets taken into consideration to draw a riskscore for every user individually and whether there's a deviation you getnotified is that enough what is you could act on that deviation and that'sexactly where adaptive authentication a very important component when you'reevaluating an identity a solution comes with a picture your system needs to havethe capability to look into such deviations and immediately make itdifficult for the attacker or the hacker who's trying to get into the systemextra layers of security extra factors of authentication have to step in tostop the attacker from going any further so if the restore seemed to be normal ifno deviations were there the access is going to be a furnace offrictionless as we like to call it just one security question or one factor ofauthentication like a fake ID if they seem to be a deviation theadministrators get notified the concerned user gets a prompt and theattacker can literally not pass through because there are extra factors that theattacker needs to go through so adaptive identification is something that you'llneed to happen right so when you're doing or taking this identity securityjourney you look for a solution that does all this you'd want to do auditingyou wanted to automation you'd want to domultifactor would want to do adapter authentication and a lot more that I'vediscussed the six best practices that it gave you an identity security and lookfor a solution that does all of this under one panel so what we've done is weput together a couple of resources the sources around identity security we'dlove to share it just all you're going to do is drop me an email or Tracy anemail and we'd love to share it so it's all about making the right choicewe understand that identity security is not a child's play a lot goes behindidentity security and it's more important than ever before it's becomecritical and essential to security thank you so much like you've been lovely wehave questions and we're on to take your questions over to you Tracy okay greatwhat are wonderful presentations so much valuable informationI did not some questions and audience please feel free to submit your questionto and we'll get as many as you can so a first question is I have a hybridenvironment can I go manage it using 8360 all rightso are absolutely the answer is yes and the way how we fear the future is hybridthere are a lot of people are trying to move the cloud only we still see amajority of people still relying on hybrid when it comes to hybrid there area couple of challenges provisioning users both places doing it in one gothat's something that you'd want to do with an automation yes as a matter offact the simple answer is yes 8360 helps you do that and when you're looking forany solution for that matter I'd advise you to look for solutions that can doall of that through an automation or an RPA in one go you wouldn't really wantto do multiple identities in multiple friends so you didn't want to do that solook for a solution that does and one go yes it's possible again how about whatkind of anomalies can we detect Eugene user behavior analytics all right so ifI want to give you example one normally that I would want to start withit's not on activity if there's any unusual logon failures that is somethingthat you can look into the example that I earlier pointed out like a brute-forceattack then repetative logon failures followed by one successful logon so youruser behavior analytics can look into it or if you want to talk about let's sayfile activity big chunk of file or folder being copied or move so datasecurity comes into the picture you'd be able to be notified if there's someoneaccessing out there a large volume of files that they've never ever accessedbefore first time accidents to file in folders we also be attached that we feelthese days are some way or the other detected by a uva system so an attackertries to probably snoop another system thinking that they get away if they'redoing it maybe in the middle of the night this is insiders alright peoplewho are inside your organization people who have a malicious intent but not verytechnically trained but have some level of privilege trying to access your ub8system can notify that because mostly we see that there's a crazy volume ofinsiders trying to initiate some sort of attack and most of them have an intentbut not something you're not required training your UVA can spot such adeviation in no time okay thank youwe have one more question in the queue so if anybody else wants a put one inreal quick that would be great and we'll get to we'll get to it how about whattype of NSA NSA authentication methods of 8360 support alright so when it comesto multi-factor authentication also boss their support for Google Authenticatorduo RSA radius we've got a support for Microsoft Authenticator and evenphysical devices like Yubikey Authenticatorone-time passwords styling based a lot of once just giving you the ones that Ican recall there's a lot more okay there's another question might have justtouched on it how does in solution compared to Microsoftadvanced tech threat analytics it also detects suspicious activity in rightaway using UVA can you please clarify this point can you please repeat thequestion Microsoft return antics yes I got thatand you BA got that so what's the question again okay how does thissolution compared to Microsoft's ata it okay the tech this is activity rightaway using uva absolute absolutely that's a great question so when it comesto how 8360 is structured we have a since Ellucian right here and managedengine called log 360 a full-blown same solution that does beyond identitysecurity so when it comes to how you leave EA works it's not just identitiesthat come into the picture there are a lot of network devices also that comeinto the picture so you would want a system that's just not tracked in thetext a deviation but one that could give you of correlation or a context so whenyou get the whole picture you'd be able to connect dots better you'd be able tohave a better result so most of the time when it comes to use of behavioralanalytics the problem is false positives you endup answering a flag that was not required in the first place tall themodels that are out there today are very robust and rigid they aren't verytime-sensitive and they aren't very dynamic so look for solutions that notjust take into consideration users behavior but also do autocorrelationbefore they arrive at a contextual report or a result so that's how we doit when compared to Microsoft analytics I'd like to thank everybody who's joinedI understand it's almost about the time of the year when things are wrapping upI wish everybody a very happy Christmas and a Happy New Year and a greatidentity journey so this is the kind of time when you make the decision takesome time shuffle the strategy I hope you found the presentation and full I'vegiven you a couple of key pointers I wouldn't call it 100% but yes we'vegiven you certain best practice boo does I have my email id displayedright now please write to me we'd love to talk to you to understandchallenges you're facing and if there's anything specific that we can help youwith we'd be more than happy to do that thank you all for your time. 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