Use #PasswordDiaries to join @Thycotic Twitter Chat this World Password Day - May 4th, 2017
We can't wait to celebrate the biggest day of Security by hosting our #PasswordDiaries Twitter Chat to help promote better password security habits. With so many recent high-profile breaches accomplished through the compromise of passwords on privileged accounts, it’s time all cyber security stakeholders got educated. Join our security experts Amar Singh and Joseph Carson. Get updates on the event by following @Thycotic.
Password Diaries: The good, the bad and the ugly of password security
Thursday, May 4th at 3:00-4:00 PM ET -- Hosted by @Thycotic
What we'll cover:
- What's the biggest challenge for organizations in securing passwords?
- How to best protect privileged accounts from hackers and malicious insiders
- Risks around privileged passwords and insider threat
- You'll walk away with actionable insight into creating a strong Password Management Plan
Our Guest Panelists:
Amar Singh, Give01Day.com
Industry Influencer & Leader, Amar is Chair of ISACA UK Security Advisory Group, former judge for SC Magazine Awards, guest lecturer at universities, analyst, critic & reviewer for publishing houses and a mentor to CISOs. Amar is also founder of the global, not-for-profit organisation, Give01Day.com, the worlds first professional exchange platform supporting charities (www.give01day.com)
Amar is engaged as a trusted business and cyber security advisor, product advisor and interim C level executive by organisations who need to develop cutting edge security products, reduce their business risk exposure, mature their information security and data privacy postures, deploy post cyber breach and incident remediation, build security teams and increase cyber resiliency.
Joseph Carson, Thycotic
A Thycotic expert in Windows endpoint security, Joseph has 20+ years’ experience in Enterprise Security & Infrastructure, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). An active member of the Cyber Security community and a frequent speaker at Cyber Security events globally Joseph is also an adviser to several governments and cyber security conferences.
Who should attend?
The Twitter Chat is for any business leader, IT or System Administrator, or security professional who is interested in learning more about password security for the enterprise.