Zero Trust is a growing theme in security. At its core, it means we build our solutions to question who someone is and what they want to do. We can no longer blindly trust a user that comes from a known location. This Identity Roundtable featured an impressive panel of identity expertise to lead this discussion of Zero Trust, moderated and lead by Jason Ellis who runs the IAM Advisory team ant Integral Partners.
Director of Advisory Services Practice at Integral Partners
Jason is the director of the Advisory Practice at Integral Partners. With more than 20 years’ experience in IT and Cyber Security, Jason has worked in a myriad of silos supporting the enablement of business with IT tools and processes. Jason has developed a strong relationship with clients, helping to advise them on strategy to improve their IAM posture. Jason has been at Integral Partners since 2017. Prior to Integral Partners, Jason managed a large Cyber Security and IAM program for a healthcare company. This program set the strategy, roadmap, and budget for many millions of dollars of annual spend in this area. In addition, he managed the delivery teams that included product selection, testing, and implementation of IAM tools. Jason also managed the organization change required to successfully implement the technology and process changes that naturally occur with large projects.
Public Sector Strategist at SailPoint
Frank Briguglio, CISSP, serves at SailPoint as the Global Public Sector Strategist. Mr. Briguglio is a recognized thought leader and seasoned cybersecurity professional with more than 24 years of experience in identity, credentialing, and access management. He has extensive knowledge of U.S. Government Security and Compliance Standards, and hands on experience in designing, implementing, and managing identity-centric security solutions.
SVP, PAM and Identity Security at CyberArk @CyberArk Software
Barak Feldman is a national director for the privileged account security solution portfolio at CyberArk Software. He joined CyberArk in 2001 and has held several sales and technical roles including managing the system engineering group in the Americas. Feldman brings deep technical and business background to his role at CyberArk, with more than 15 years of experience in designing and implementing security and compliance solutions at many of the Fortune 500 and at various federal agencies. He has in-depth technical knowledge related to the most crucial areas of information security, including regulatory compliance, policy management and access management, specifically with the current threats surrounding privileged access to the highest-risk assets within the enterprise.