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Integrating UEBA with Zero Trust — Accounting for The Human Element

Date: Friday, April 29th at 11am PT / 2pm ET

The human element is something that tends to get ignored while devising a cybersecurity strategy. This is one of the rising causes of insider threats and attacks, which when left unattended can be disastrous. Attackers now exploit sophisticated techniques to launch attacks, emphasizing the need for cybersecurity solutions to do the same. User and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), which exploits ML and AI techniques to establish a baseline of normal behavior, helps detect a wide range of attacks.

A Zero Trust architecture has become an indispensable aspect for organizations to put up a strong cybersecurity front and fend off attacks. That said, Zero Trust is not a one-size-fits-all solution. There are multiple components that go into building a Zero Trust architecture, most of them tailored to fit into an organization’s existing cybersecurity framework. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how a UEBA solution fits into a Zero Trust architecture and how you can implement the same. What we’ll discuss:

  • Causes for rising insider threats and attacks
  • The need to account for the human element in cybersecurity
  • How UEBA fits into a Zero Trust architecture
  • Evaluating a UEBA solution

Register now!

About the presenter:

Debs, Technical Evangelist, ManageEngine

Debanjali Ghosh (a.k.a Debs), a technical evangelist at ManageEngine, helps IT leaders and global enterprises to take on the evolving cybersecurity challenges. She is a sought speaker on the key IAM and cybersecurity trends in international conferences and summits. Her research studies on the topics of Zero Trust, advanced authentication, and building an enterprise-grade cybersecurity framework have received much acclaim internationally. Her insight and advice on leveraging the latest technology for better IAM and cybersecurity have helped many Fortune 500 companies.

Date: 04/29/2022

Time: 11:00 am PT




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