How to Govern Identities and Access in Cloud Infrastructure: AppsFlyer Case Study

Managing access permissions in the public cloud can be a very complex process. In fact, by 2023, 75% of cloud security failures will result from the inadequate management of identities, access and privileges, according to Gartner.

Guy Flechter, CISO of AppsFlyer, joins Ermetic to present a real-world case of how his company works to enforce least-privilege and to govern identities in their cloud. This webinar will also provide an overview of how to govern access and achieve least privilege by analyzing the access permissions and activity in your public cloud environment. With thousands of human and machine identities, roles, policies and entitlements, this webinar will give you the tools to examine the access open to people and services in your public cloud, and determine whether that access is necessary.

In this workshop, you will learn about:

  • The risks of IAM misconfiguration and excessive entitlements in cloud environments
  • The challenges in identifying and mitigating Identity and access risks for both human and machine identities
  • How to automate cloud identity governance and entitlement management with Ermetic
OUR HOSTS: 
 
GUY FLECHTER
CISO - AppsFlyer

With almost 20 years of experience in information security and data privacy, Guy Flechter currently serves as the CISO of AppsFlyer, where he drives the company’s commitment to data security and privacy. Guy previously served as the information security team lead at LivePerson, and prior to this was an information security consultant with ComSec. Guy served as an information security officer with the Israeli Airforce, holds an MBA from the IDC Herzliya and a BSc from Tel Aviv University.

 
ARICK GOOMANOVSKY
Co-Founder and CBO - Ermetic

Arick is a tenured business leader with two decades of experience in strategy, technology, research and leadership in government and the private sector. Prior to founding Ermetic, Arick was a co-founder of Sygnia Consulting, a cyber consulting and incident response firm which was acquired by Temasek Holdings for $250M. Before Sygnia, Arick worked at McKinsey & Company in London, where he focused on strategy and operations. He served for 15 years in the IDF Intelligence Corps Unit 8200, where he held senior leadership positions from research to leading hundreds of cyber R&D experts. He received several awards for his unique contributions to national security. Arick earned a BSc in exact sciences (Talpiot program, cum laude), an MSc in mathematics from Hebrew University, and an MBA (cum laude) from INSEAD.

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