AWS re:Invent Sponsored Session
Session Title: Why IAM is the new perimeter and how to govern it.
Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Session Date: Monday – Dec 2, 2019
Session Location: Venetian, Level 2, Titian 2205
Speakers: Stephen MacIntyre -VP – ECC Shared Security Services Lead, Fidelity Investments / Brian Johnson – CEO, DivvyCloud / Jason Pryor – Cloud Security Architect, 3M / Chris Porter -CISO, Fannie Mae
Session description: Everything has an identity on AWS: users, applications, services, and systems. This provides enormous flexibility, but it also requires careful and specialized governance. In this session, hear from a panel of technology leaders on why this security layer requires a modern approach on AWS, and learn their best practices for addressing perimeter fluidity while running AWS at scale. This presentation is brought to you by DivvyCloud, an APN Partner.
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