Director of Product Security, One Identity
Jeff Zupan is the Director of Product Security at One Identity, responsible for ensuring appropriate security practices and controls are employed throughout the development, delivery, and support of the products and services in the portfolio. Prior to One Identity, Jeff was a co-founder and the Executive Vice President of product Development e-DMZ Security, which was acquired by Quest Software in 2011,
At e-DMZ Security, he led the creation of pioneering products in Privileged Password Management (Password Auto Repository) and Privileged Session Management (eGuardpost), later combined into TPAM. He also built and managed the Technical Support, Professional Services, and Training groups within e-DMZ to ensure the success of both customers and partners.
Prior to founding e-DMZ Security in 2003, Jeff spent more than 15 years managing or performing software development, database and system administration, and security engineering for large enterprises. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science from the University of Pittsburgh, an MBA from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina, and holds CISSP and CCSP certifications.
The history & evolution of Privileged Access Management (PAM)
Managing privileged access is not a new concept, but with the increasing threats and breaches these days, it is essential to relook at how this is done in your organisation to ensure you are protected from the risks inherent in privileged accounts.
Jeff Zupan, a pioneer with 17 years’ experience in this space, will share what PAM was in the early 2000s, how it has evolved through the years, and also provide an insight of upcoming features the next-gen PAM solution should have.