Reducing Third-Party Identity Risk During the Great Resignation and Beyond

On-Demand Webcast|1 Hour

4.5 million people have quit their jobs during the pandemic1. It's the reason why 73% of CEOs surveyed cite labor and skills shortages as their top concern in 20222. Businesses are turning to third-party workers to fill the talent gap – and these users often need the same access to systems and data as regular employees. Whether the third parties are human, like contractors, supply-chain providers, and seasonal workers, or non-human like IoT devices and bots, these identities pose a tremendous risk to cybersecurity and regulatory compliance. 
Join this webinar to learn how to establish a third-party identity program that allows you to handle the administration of "joiners, movers, and leavers" who don't work for you. We'll explain what tools you'll need, and how to improve your risk awareness while improving your compliance and audit posture. 



Kyle Benson

Senior Product Marketing Manager


Kyle Benson is a customer-first senior product marketing manager driven to make complex cybersecurity technologies easy to understand and value. He is responsible for market analysis, product messaging, go-to-market strategies, and content development for a full portfolio of cybersecurity offerings including application, third party, and data access governance solutions.


Bradley Barth

Director of Community Content

CyberRisk Alliance

As director of community content at CyberRisk Alliance, Bradley Barth develops content for SC Media online conferences and events, as well as video/multimedia projects. For nearly six years, he wrote and reported for SC Media as deputy editor and, before that, senior reporter. He was previously a program executive with the tech-focused PR firm Voxus. Past journalistic experience includes stints as business editor at Executive Technology, a staff writer at New York Sportscene and a freelance journalist covering travel and entertainment. In his spare time, Bradley also writes screenplays.

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Sources:  1 - U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; 2 - Fortune-Deloitte CEO Survey