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Intelligence-Driven IAM for Corporate Risk Reduction

Everyday, threat actors and ransomware operators exploit stolen identities to gain access to critical systems. User credentials and session cookies, often stolen through the use of infostealer malware, regularly end up on paste sites and dark web channels, and cybercriminals often purchase this corporate data to bypass Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) checkpoints and gain a foothold into organizations.

What security teams need now more than ever is a force multiplier of leading access management and intelligence solutions. In this session, Jason Steer, CISO at Recorded Future, and Matt Egan, Director of Technology Strategy at Okta, discuss:

  • The challenges facing security teams today when managing a dynamic attack surface
  • How to supercharge identity and access management with real-time intelligence
  • How Recorded Future and Okta enable teams to identify and remediate identity compromises before they’re weaponized

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Chief Information Security Officer, Recorded Future

A 15-year cybersecurity veteran, Jason Steer is CISO at Recorded Future, where he maintains global responsibility for ensuring the protection of all customer-facing services, internal operational systems, and related information assets.

Matt Egan


Director of Technology Strategy, Okta

As Director of Technical Strategy in the Corporate Development Organization at Okta, he works closely with Okta Ventures portfolio companies and ISV partners, like Recorded Future, to develop joint solutions that increase customer value. Before joining Okta in 2017, Matt held roles ranging from Desktop Support to Software Development and Security Architecture over his nearly 20-year career in technology.