Identity & Access Management

3514 - Implementing a Successful Privileged Access Management Program - Lessons Learned

Wednesday, October 10
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Floor 2: Galerie 2

Exploitation of privileged access is the #1 root cause of most large scale breaches in the recent past. Organizations are at risk of exploitation as there are typically limited controls (tools, processes) to manage privileged access and little to no comprehensive view of these controls A well-run Privileged Access management program can considerably mitigate the intentional/unintentional misuse of privileged access at all levels in the IT Stack (Host, Database, Network, Applications). This session will provide pointers on how to run a successful multi-year Privileged Access Management Program.

Tariq Shaikh, CISSP, PMP, ITIL

IT Program Manager, IAM
Aetna

Tariq Shaikh leads the Privileged User Management Program as part of the Global Security team at Aetna. He has a passion for developing innovative IT solutions to solve business problems. Tariq has 20 years’ experience in IT primarily in the Healthcare and Media & Publishing domains developing secure software products and delivering programs. Tariq is a big proponent of Agile/devOps methodologies. He is a certified Agile project management (PMP and SAFe Agilist) & Information Security professional (CISSP). Tariq runs a Security Academy initiative for Aetna that seeks to educate participants on all aspects of Security with a goal to advance & protect the cyber security profession. Outside of work, Tariq can found playing tennis or just hanging out with his wife and three kids.

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