Team Collaboration, but Make It Secure
Weds June 10, 2020 | 10am PT / 1pm ET
For many organizations, adopting a messaging platform requires maintaining a secure environment to protect users and data.
So how do you enable your teams to collaborate productively using team messaging, while adhering to existing IT and security policies? That’s why Mattermost has multiple rings of security to prevent unauthorized access to privileged conversations.
Join Mattermost’s Andy Ellman and Stu Doherty to learn about new features that give you the ability to granularly manage users through advanced user access and permissions, and how different teams use these features to keep their data secure. We’ll show the new features in action and share ways your team can use messaging to be more productive without keeping your security team up at night.
Andy Ellman, Solution Architect at Mattermost
For over 25 years, Andy Ellman has helped customers solve problems through the intelligent application of people, processes and technology. Andy has consulted with some of the largest companies in the world, helping them improve their SDLC, data management, IT finance controls, and portfolio optimization. Prior to joining Mattermost, Andy held line and managerial positions at both product firms (e.g., Delphix, HP, and Kintana) and consulting firms (e.g., KPMC, CSC, Avnet, and AMS). Andy holds a masters and a bachelor of science degree from Northwestern University.
Stu Doherty, Customer Success Architect at Mattermost
Stu Doherty is a Senior Customer Success Manager at Mattermost, Inc. Prior to joining Mattermost, Stu held several different customer success and software engineering roles. Most recently, he worked as a customer success and growth consultant at Meya.ai, a senior manager of technology delivery and partner management at TD, and a VP of customer success at Nulogy. Stu holds a bachelor of science degree in systems design engineering from the University of Waterloo.