Jackson Shaw

Executive Director, Dell Security

Currently the Executive Director of Product Marketing for Dell Identity and Access Management, Jackson Shaw has been involved with directory, meta-directory and security initiatives for twenty five years. He has spoken at various industry events and writes a popular identity management blog. Jackson oversees product direction, strategy and go-to-market activities for Dell's suite of identity and access management products.

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Single Sign-On and You: Integrating IAM into your SSO Strategy

For years, the “Holy Grail” of identity and access management (IAM) has been single sign-on (SSO). After all, what’s not to like about users only having to remember one password to get to all their stuff? It’s a win-win for all...

It’s All About Context – Why Security Without Context Isn’t Secure

I was talking to a colleague last week and, as you do in most conversations, I asked him how his day was going. He told me it was exhausting as he had to purchase a new windshield wiper motor for his daughter’s car.  I asked, “Why...

What Lessons can we Learn about Privileged Accounts from our Local Bank Branch?

Privileged accounts exist in every organization, just as vaults exist at every local bank branch. Both vaults and privileged accounts have several things in common. They have the responsibility for protecting vital assets, and, if...

Please Don't Pass the Hash: Five Steps to Mitigate Attacks

Hackers have been launching credential-stealing “pass-the-hash” PtH attacks for at least 15 years, and not just against Windows systems. Today, these devastating attacks can be successfully mounted against any operating system or...

Employing a “Zone Defense” Security Strategy

The key to security resides somewhere between a new parent and a football playbook. Everyone seems to spend more and more time and money on security, but we’re making little progress. Reports of major breaches seem to come more...

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