According to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) the root cause of ransomware attacks in 2021 was due to unauthorized access to business-critical resources.
With applications and users scattered everywhere, protecting against ransomware while ensuring frictionless access to data by trusted users has become the top priority for every business. In order for IT leaders to develop a Zero Trust roadmap, this requires an end-to-end integrated fabric with Just-in-Time access that begins with user authentication and continues through authorization of the underlying resource.
In this session you will learn:
How iboss and Microsoft are partnering together to power Zero Trust across users, resources, and devices.
How iboss integrations expand value across Microsoft’s Identity, Security and Compliance portfolio
How iboss helps protect Azure resources and improve M365 user experience Join us as we discuss our partnership which includes securing user access to all resources and take a dive deep into the integration use-cases between Microsoft and iboss. You can also see a live demo of our integrations in action.
WHEN June 1, 2022 9:00 - 10:00 AM, PST 4:00 – 5:00 PM UTC
WHERE Virtual – Teams Live
WHO SHOULD ATTEND Business decision makers, IT Pros, Customers
Matt Soseman, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Matt Soseman is a Senior Program Manager managing Zero Trust and Passwordless Strategy for Microsoft partners. Matt has held multiple roles within Microsoft over the last 10 years in areas of Global Partner Solutions, Partner Marketing and Microsoft Consulting Services focused on delivering Cyber Security, Compliance, and Enterprise Mobility solutions to enterprises across both public and private sector. Prior to Microsoft, Matt delivered world class mobility consulting and training to Fortune 50 customers and government agencies at BlackBerry and built business transforming Unified Communications.
Paul Martini, CEO/CTO & Co-founder, iboss Martini is the CEO, co-founder and chief architect of iboss. Prior to founding iboss, he was key architect for a wide variety of complex security and technology solutions for clients such as Phogenix, the U.S. Navy, and Hewlett Packard. He was also a key contributor at Copper Mountain Networks, which was a pioneer in introducing broadband networks used by telcos to build the cloud. His work at Science Applications International Corporation involved building distributed real-time network systems for companies such as Rolls Royce. Copper Mountain and SAIC both launched successful IPOs.