The HIP Podcast is the premier podcast for cybersecurity pros charged with defending hybrid identity environments. Hosted by 15-time Microsoft MVP and Active Directory security expert, Sean Deuby.
Presented by Semperis: the pioneers of identity-driven cyber resilience for the hybrid enterprise.
Solving the Application Security Challenge with Daniel Stefaniak
What do flossing your teeth and combatting application security vulnerabilities have in common? We find out in this session of the IP Podcast, featuring IAM expert Daniel Stefaniak, Senior Product Manager for Identity and Access Management, Domino Data Lab. A former premier field engineer for Azure AD and program manager on the Microsoft Identity product team, Daniel talks with Sean about how a focus on performance over security paves the way for application breaches, combatting multifactor authentication (MFA) fatigue, and how Azure AD handles MFA.
Supporting the Identity Pro Community with Ian Glazer
IDPro has become the organization for identity pros looking for career support, development, and all-around comradery. From conducting an annual survey on the “pulse of the industry” to creating an expert Body of Knowledge to developing an IAM-specific certification—the Certified Identity Profession (CIDPRO) program, IDPro offers a wealth of resources for identity pros at every level. In this session of the HIP Podcast, Sean talks with IDPro founder (and Salesforce Senior VP of Identity Product Management) Ian Glazer about IDPro’s origins and ongoing mission, the importance of vendor-neutral training materials, and what’s next for the organization.
Prescriptive Identity Security for Healthcare Organizations with Marty Momdjian
The life-or-death demands of the healthcare industry complicate identity security. The COVID-19 pandemic, increasing popularity of remote care and Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) devices, and proliferation of ransomware attacks have heightened the healthcare industry’s urgent need for strong hybrid identity security strategies. In this session of the HIP Podcast, Sean talks with Marty Momdjian, Healthcare Solutions Advisor, Sirius Computer Solutions, about the importance of incident preparedness and response plan that meets the unique needs of the business, clinicians, and patients while securing Active Directory in a hybrid environment and providing clinical application resiliency and availability.
So, You’ve Been Breached, What Now? Best Practices for Post-Breach Recovery with Yishai Gerstle
In today’s world, attacks are inevitable, and breaches are probable. The temptation to return to normal operations as quickly as possible is real, but there are significant risks if your recovery simply restores the malware of the original breach. This episode of the HIP Podcast provides real-world, actionable guidance on the right way to recover from Yishai Gerstle, Semperis Security Product Manager, based on his years of incident response, breach prevention, and security solution development.
Protecting Active Directory from Attacks: Identity Processes, Trust Settings, and More with Brian Desmond
What should you tackle first in locking down Active Directory from cyberattacks? In this webinar excerpt, Sean Deuby (Semperis Director of Services) and Brian Desmond (Principal of Ravenswood Technology Group) share tips for five actions you can take now to significantly improve your security posture: 1) implement good identity processes, 2) ensure that trust settings are reviewed to close security gaps, especially in environments with mergers and acquisitions, 3) plan and test your AD backup and recovery strategy, 4) check your Kerberos settings, and 5) deter lateral movement by cyberattackers.
From EDR to XDR to Identity with Paul Lanzi
Endpoint detection and response (EDR) is quickly evolving into extended detection and response (XDR). That means that identity is moving to the center of your security approach. In this episode, Paul Lanzi, Co-founder and COO at Remediant, discusses the new capabilities available in XDR solutions and how the ability to gain granular control at the identity level is a game-changer for security teams facing modern threats.