The move to the cloud and a remote workforce has brought new security and compliance risks.  Cloud account takeover, excessive sharing of data, usage of unapproved cloud applications and misconfiguration of IaaS resources present big challenges to security teams. Securing IT-approved applications—such as Microsoft Office 365, Google G Suite, Box, Dropbox, Salesforce, Slack, AWS, Azure, ServiceNow, and more—is a priority now more than ever.

Join us for a discussion on how a people-centric security approach with CASB can help you and your company to:

•  Identify the users accessing cloud applications, detect and protect against cloud account takeover
•  Prevent data loss and ensure compliance with relevant regulations
•  Gain visibility into cloud usage, including cloud-to-cloud usage such as third-party OAuth apps
•  Discover IaaS accounts and resources and manage your cloud security posture
•  Define and enforce policies on cloud access and the handling of data in the cloud

Be sure to submit your questions during registration.

Receive a certificate of attendance for 2 CPE credits possible.

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Speakers
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Itir Clarke
Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Proofpoint

Itir has over 19 years of information technology experience in Product Marketing and Management roles. She manages Proofpoint's Cloud App Security solutions. Before coming to Proofpoint, Itir worked with server products at Cisco, and also worked at Brocade prior to Cisco.

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Jenifer Clark
Seattle Chapter Leader, InfraGuard

Experienced Information Security Professional with a demonstrated history of working in the retail industry. Skilled in Operations Management, Sales, Management, Point of Sale (POS) / Fuel Systems, and Inventory Control. Strive to find ways information security can enable and support business and operations teams with solutions. Actively support public/private partnerships with local and federal agencies with emphases on infrastructure, cyber security and community outreach. 

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Jake Bernstein
Practice Leader, Cybersecurity & Privacy at Focal PLLC

Jake Bernstein is a practicing attorney and CISSP who counsels clients trying to understand their cybersecurity risks and the legal duties that arise from those risks. In his decade-plus of practice, Jake has acted as both regulator as an Assistant Attorney General with the Washington State Attorney General's Office and as private defense counsel representing companies subject to data security and privacy regulations enforced by federal, state, and international authorities.

Moderator
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Tom Bechtold
Digital Event Director, SecureWorld