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Salesforce Security Blind Spots: Proactive Protection Against Common Threats
Salesforce is an extremely versatile platform which can be used to create complex solutions. Salesforce customers can rely on those capabilities to adapt the platform to their business needs, which can mean there is a need to address security implications of data privacy and compliance requirements on the platform.

Defining security requirements is a must for Salesforce customization to reduce the risk of insider threats, data leakage and accidental misuse of data.

In part two of our Salesforce Security Blind Spots series, Rachel Beard, Distinguished Security Technical Architect at Salesforce and Waqas Nazir, CEO and Founder at DigitSec will walk us through blind spots related to:

- Insider threats and data exfiltration
- External threats and understanding your level of exposure
- Separation of roles vs. privilege & implementing the principle of Least Privilege
- Proactive approaches you can take to protect against these common threats

Register now to save your seat for this session happening on Tuesday, August 30th at 9am PST and get the recording.

Aug 30, 2022 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Rachel Beard
Distinguished Security Technical Architect @Salesforce
Rachel is a Distinguished Security Technical Architect with 16 years in Salesforce careers. Rachel's areas of expertise are security, data privacy, and compliance. She works with customers to describe Salesforce's security architecture and build strategies around applying advanced controls for data loss prevention, satisfying data subject requests, and enforcing least privilege. Rachel is the volunteer coordinator for Wet Nose Rescue, Vice President of Women in Solutions Excellence at Salesforce, and an inaugural member of her school district's diversity & inclusion committee.
Waqas Nazir
Founder & CEO @DigitSec
Before founding DigitSec, Waqas served as the Chief Application Security Auditor for Coalfire Systems. He has worked as an information security consultant for multiple Fortune 100 companies including Microsoft, JP Morgan Chase, and Salesforce. His expertise includes code reviews, black-box assessments, product reviews, and custom tools development. Waqas collaborated with Microsoft Research in the development of a static code analysis tool used for identifying software vulnerabilities and was featured in Microsoft’s Information Security Newsletter. Waqas has also been credited with the discovery and disclosure of vulnerabilities in many tech products including Google & Apple.