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How Cloud Adoption Makes PAM in the Cloud a Top Priority

With the average enterprise already using over 1,935 distinct cloud services, cloud adoption is accelerating across all industries. By 2020, cloud computing is projected to reach 70% of all software, services, and technology spending.

Regardless of your cloud model, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), or Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), managing privileged access to cloud systems is your responsibility.  This is a major challenge that you must track, control, and secure. You’ll learn:

  • How cloud is revolutionizing the PAM space
  • How cloud services make PAM more challenging and more critical
  • Why cloud-based PAM is more flexible and cost-efficient than on-premise solutions

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Billy VanCannon

Billy VanCannon has over 11 years of experience as an RF HW engineer designing radios for first responders and the military. He joined the dark side (business team) and worked with federal government customers. They constantly had questions about the security of the IT side of the networks. He taught himself networking and security and that led to him running the SoC business at Motorola. He then went to Trustwave, a cyber security company in Chicago, where he ran their Certificate Authority (SSL/TLS certs) and their PCI SaaS (helping 3 million merchants with PCI compliance). At Thycotic, Billy is leading new cloud-based initiatives. Billy attended Iowa State for a BSEE, received his MBA at Kellogg (Northwestern) and is a CISSP.
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Billy VanCannon
Billy VanCannon has over 11 years of experience as an RF HW engineer designing radios for first responders and the military. He joined the dark side (business team) and worked with federal government customers. They constantly had questions about the security of the IT side of the networks. He taught himself networking and security and that led to him running the SoC business at Motorola. He then went to Trustwave, a cyber security company in Chicago, where he ran their Certificate Authority (SSL/TLS certs) and their PCI SaaS (helping 3 million merchants with PCI compliance). At Thycotic, Billy is leading new cloud-based initiatives. Billy attended Iowa State for a BSEE, received his MBA at Kellogg (Northwestern) and is a CISSP.


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