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Salesforce power users hold the keys to your kingdom. They can make changes to whitelist IPs, permission sets and security controls, often going undetected under the veil of privileged access. Security-minded Salesforce admins understand that these power users can inadvertently or maliciously abuse their privileges to company resources and controls, putting your organization at extreme security risk. In fact, 80 percent of security breaches involve privileged user credentials, according to Forrester Research. So, who’s making sure the keys to your Salesforce kingdom are in the hands of the right power users? Strengthen your security posture with our strategies for preventing privileged user abuse and securing your Salesforce environment.

On this FairWarning webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Pull a consolidated view of user profiles and permissions in your Salesforce application
  • Monitor for escalation of privileges, changes in security controls, creation of new users, and manipulation of permission sets
  • Monitor who, what, where, and how users are accessing your Salesforce environment
  • Help comply with regulations and frameworks such as GDPR and ISO 27001
Speakers
Mark Bowling, United Capital

Mark Bowling
Chief Security Officer
United Capital

Mark Bowling is the principal and founder of an independent risk management consulting practice. This practice performs strategic risk management consulting services for corporate and institutional clients, in the education, energy, finance, IT infrastructure, and government verticals. Prior to this position, Mark was a Federal Special Agent, serving for 20 years in the FBI. Mark served as both a Cyber Investigator and a Counter-Terrorism Agent.
Mike Mason - FairWarning

Mike Mason
Sr. Product Marketing Manager
FairWarning

Mike Mason is the leader of go-to-market strategies for FairWarning for Cloud Security. As a subject matter expert in cloud solution security for over 10 years, Mike successfully develops strategic market initiatives, with his current focus on security in the Salesforce and cloud ecosystem. Mike has an entrepreneurial background, having co-founded 2 startups, which were later acquired.

LaDon Williams
Information Security Analyst
FairWarning

LaDon Williams is currently the Information Systems Security Analyst at FairWarning. She has 10 years of experience in IT, with the last 7 of those years focusing on cybersecurity. She has served in public schools, non-profits, and government agencies, including HUD, NASA, and the U.S. Army. She currently focuses on vulnerability and risk management and mitigation through proactive threat hunting, incident response development, and compliance management.