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Taking Back Control-AD Accounts Lifecycle

On Demand
  • Recorded Date:Jul. 29, 2020
  • Event:On Demand

The current crisis, which has resulted in dramatic shifts in workforces and operations, is prompting new ways to adapt and manage. How will you regain control and bounce back from the identity management challenges brought on by suddenly remote workers, furloughed employees, and terminated staff when things go back to normal? In this on-demand webcast you’ll learn strategies and technologies that can ensure continuity and prepare you for the next wave of changes. Learn how to automate, secure, and bring consistency to an ever-changing joiner/mover/leaver landscape.

What you will learn

Learn how you can simplify and accelerate the processes:

  • To provision, reprovision and deprovision accounts
  • Bring remote workers back to the office
  • Restore furloughed employees’ access

Speakers

Daniel Conrad, IAM Strategist, One Identity

Dan Conrad is an IAM Strategist with One Identity.  He has been with Quest since 2007 where his roles have included Solutions Architect, Federal CTO, and IAM Strategist.  Dan’s experience started in the US Air Force working in information management.  He retired from the Air Force in 2004 and returned to government IT as a contractor to the US Army.  He is an experienced sysadmin having administered organizations ranging from 10,000 to 150,000 users.  This experience led him to focus on large enterprises with complex solutions.  Dan holds a BS in Information Systems Management from Wayland Baptist University, an MS in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance from Western Governors University, and holds many certifications to include CISSP, CEH, MCITP, and MCSE/MCSA.

Todd Peterson, Director of Product Marketing, One Identity

Todd Peterson manages product marketing for One Identity solutions. With more than 20 years of experience in security software, Todd has deep expertise developing go-to-market messages for security-, IAM- and compliance-related topics, including his authorship of numerous white papers, tech briefs and articles. Within One Identity and among customers, Todd is the “face of IAM” and is highly regarded for both his thought leadership and ability to make complex technical topics easy to understand for One Identity sales teams and prospective clients. Todd has a BA in Communications/Advertising from Brigham Young University.