Thursday, February 29, 2024
10:00 AM PST | 1:00 PM EST
Changes in how organizations build, run, and secure information systems have also shifted how we look at authentication and access control. The emerging concept of identity is transforming the ways humans and non-human actors use data and compute power. Meanwhile, organizations’ focus on identity also means that it has become a focus for attackers. Organizations must stay vigilant by addressing the latest attack techniques– and take a proactive approach to mitigating identity risks.
Join Corey Marshall, Director of Solutions Engineering, and Sander Vinberg, Threat Researcher and lead author on the 2023 Identity Threat Report: The Unpatchables, as they share findings from the report and discuss their practical implications for securing digital identities. They will explore the top threats, highlight what you need to watch for, and specific F5 technologies that can help you address these threats.
The state of credential stuffing, including preferred targets
The evolution of phishing, including tactics and counter-countermeasures
What the growth of MFA bypass techniques could mean for you
Threat Research Evangelist
Director Solutions Engineering
This event will qualify for (ISC2) CPE credits. As an approved (ISC2) CPE Submitter Partner, we will submit for CPE credits on your behalf.