- Premier roundtable experience featuring David Reilly, former CIO for Bank of America and Morgan Stanley
- Discussion focused on identity security strategies for modern organizations
- Network with fellow business leaders working to solve the same issues with identity security
Join David Reilly, former CIO and CTO for Bank of America and Morgan Stanley, for a roundtable discussion on managing the risks created by the ways in which enterprises have used and deployed privileged accounts: both human and non-human, or system, accounts. As we’ve seen in recent attacks against MGM, Caesars, and others, threat actors continue to leverage identity-based attacks to bypass otherwise robust security controls. Traditional identity security solutions, that may have a narrow focus on the human identities that exist in a limited number of systems, may leave organizations with blind spots around machine identities, service accounts, and local privileged accounts that have access to sensitive data.
Our Executive Roundtable will be held at the Raines Law Room at the William, NYC's trendy speakeasy-style restaurant. Network, collaborate, and exchange ideas with fellow business leaders while indulging in a premium whiskey tasting and exquisite wine pairing during a delightful 4-course dinner.
5:30pm: Registration, networking and whiskey tasting
6:30pm: Welcome and introductions
6:45pm: Dialogue with David Reilly, former CIO for Bank of America and Morgan Stanley
7:15pm: Dinner and roundtable discussion
8:30pm: Closing remarks
8:35pm: End of event, opportunity to continue networkin
Join Reilly and your peers to discuss new strategies and tools for visualizing, remediating, and controlling the risks created by the proliferation of identities with privileged access to your critical data.