[Webinar] A Secure Path to AWS Cloud
05-22-2018 11:04 AM
May 24, 2018
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is quickly becoming one of the most popular options for enterprises who want to extend their data center infrastructure to the cloud, providing best practices to help ensure security as they move to the cloud. Centrify is an Advanced Partner in AWS’ Partner Network Ecosystem, delivering a comprehensive solution that implements and extends AWS best practices by securing access, controlling privilege and auditing activity across hybrid environments.
Join us for a live webinar featuring Amazon Web Services’ Scott Ward, Solutions Architect, and Centrify’s Felderi Santiago, VP of Enterprise Solutions as they discuss how Caxton Associates LP is using the Centrify Identity Platform to increase security in their AWS environment.
We will cover:
- Federated SSO to the AWS Web console and AWS CLI
- Mapping Active Directory Groups to IAM roles to enforce least privilege access
- Automated provisioning for IAM users
- Adaptive MFA for AWS, including the web console, CLI and workspaces
- Secure access to Amazon EC2 instances
Scott Ward is a solutions architect with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Based out of Seattle, WA. Scott is part of a team that supports AWS's global network of technology and consulting partners.
Peter Mudd is a senior leader with over 20 years of experience in information technology operations, strategic planning and technology systems engineering. He has been recognized for taking on major initiatives in public and private sectors. He enjoys building and motivating highly focused teams as well as designing, implementing and managing critical on-premise and cloud infrastructure.
Felderi is the Vice President of Enterprise Solutions at Centrify. He evangelizes how Centrify's Identity Platforms helps customers stop breaches while allowing them to be more operationally efficient and cut costs. Before joining Centrify Felderi has held positions at Ford Motor Company, Goldman Sachs and IBM.
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