Fraudulent Behavior and How Identity Management Can Assist
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February 23, 2023, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Fraudulent Behavior and How Identity Management Can Assist
The Federal Government has spent a long time developing efficient, strong security practices to verify and authenticate identities. With scams, identity theft, and impersonators at an all-time high, the Federal Government has developed policies and training to prevent attacks. As a result, risk management strategies and internal control systems are implemented, monitored, and modified as necessary by management and governing bodies. Identity management practices can drastically improve the security of these systems, but integrating solid ICAM strategies can be a challenge.
A successful fraud attempt can lead to data breaches and the installation of malware. Consistent and constant reevaluation of identity can help in finding and denying these attacks. The primary responsibility for prevention and detection of fraud rests with those charged with governance and management.
Join our engaging webinar where you’ll learn from our panel of experts:
- How fraud still occurs despite decades of security improvement
- Why ICAM modernization is the premier defense against identity theft and fraud
- How phishing-resistant MFA actually improves end user experiences
Security Specialist, Online Fraud Detection and Prevention, Internal Revenue Service
Deputy Director for the Architecture and Transformation Division, Office of the Inspector General, U.S. Department of Human and Health Services
Technical Director, Cyber Development Directorate, Defense Information Systems Agency
Federal Chief Security Officer, Okta, Inc.
Moderator: Kiersten Patton
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