Building a Secure Future: New Strategies for Managing Machine Identities

Nov. 4, 2021 | 11:00 AM EDT

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Jordan Rackie
Ted Shorter
Co-Founder, CTO

Building a Secure Future: New Strategies for Managing Machine Identities

In recent years, we've witnessed the rapid growth of internet-connected devices and machines in the enterprise. From IoT and mobile devices to software-defined applications, cloud instances, containers, and even the code running within them, machines already far outnumber humans. Much like the human identities we rely on to access apps and devices we use every day, machines require a set of credentials to authenticate and securely connect with other devices and apps on the network. Despite their critical importance, these machine identities are often left unmanaged and unprotected. The result? 88% of organizations still experience serious outages due to expired certificates. Another 89% of organizations experienced at least three failed audits due to insufficient key management. In this session, Keyfactor executives, Jordan Rackie (CEO) and Ted Shorter (CTO) will offer expert insights into how to monitor and manage machine identities in 2021 and beyond.

Session Takeaways:

  • The use (and misuse) of machine identities in organizations today
  • Implications of machine identity on data privacy and protection
  • Strategies and recommendations to manage machine identities
  • How to operationalize your strategy with a Crypto Center of Excellence (CCoE)

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