ISMG’s virtual events provide the greatest accessibility to all of our education. Year after year, identity is the most commonly exploited attack vector used by adversaries in cyberspace. On the enterprise side, compromised identities have been used to steal money and data, and in some cases, launch ransomware attacks that cripple organizations and disrupt operations. And on the consumer side, identity theft has been skyrocketing – the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reported that identity theft associated with government benefits alone increased 2916% in 2020. When it comes to improving cybersecurity, more robust Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions have become the top priority for most organizations. ISMG’s 2022 IAM Summit will be the place to explore how identity-centric attacks have evolved, where things are likely to head in the years ahead, and what organizations should be doing to prepare. The Summit will bring together more than 400 attendees and subject matter experts to discuss not only how to address the risks associated with identity-centric attacks, but also how to deploy new solutions that improve both security and user experience.
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