Managing the Identity Lifecycle & Risk of Non-Human Workers

November 17, 2020 2:00 pm EST Your Desk!

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One of the consequences of an increasingly digitized world has been the introduction of scores of non-human workers. Often referred to by thought leaders as anything from machine identities, digital workers, robots, IoT devices, and other “things”, the introduction of the non-human worker has been swift and permanent.

Unfortunately, most organizations have no way to centrally track and manage the identity, lifecycle, and risk of these non-traditional workers which oftentimes greatly outnumber their human counterparts.  This is particularly alarming as they are typically provided with privileged access.


What You'll Learn in this Webinar

Attend this webinar to hear Sean Ryan, Senior Analyst Serving Security & Risk Professionals, Forrester, and David Pignolet, CEO, SecZetta provide insights on:

  • The impact of the growing reliance on non-human workers.
  • The gaps of current systems and methodologies in managing the identity, lifecycle, and risk of non-human workers.
  • Key considerations needed to make well-informed, risk-based decisions about provisioning, auditing, and deprovisioning access.


Sean Ryan

Senior Analyst Serving Security & Risk Professionals, Forrester

Sean contributes to Forrester's offerings for security and risk professionals. Sean covers identity management, including user provisioning, access governance, privileged identity management, identity-as-a-service (IDaaS) for enterprise, and user directory infrastructure. His research builds on his 12 years of prior experience in market research and competitive intelligence across the security software, application development, and infrastructure management domains.

David Pignolet

CEO & Founder, SecZetta

With nearly two decades of experience in application, network, and data security, Dave founded SecZetta with the singular mission to transform third-party identity and access management in organizations industry-wide.  Driven by an uncompromising belief that well-designed third-party risk practices not only protect the organization, but should at the same time facilitate commercial initiatives, Dave is relentless in his pursuit to help every customer safely operate in a more competitive, perimeter-less world.

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