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Cloud Identity Summit 2016

The 2016 Cloud Identity Summit is fast approaching and we’re a sponsor of the show this year. As a long-term partner of Ping Identity, we’ve witnessed Identity and Access Management become a dominant area within information security. We’re happy to see this year’s event focuses on the R/evolution of Enterprise Security, not only because we are the “#1” provider of disruptive dynamic fine-grained authorization, but also because we published a paper on this topic some time ago.

As well as sponsor of the Summit, we are also embracing this year’s theme with a speaking slot on “The Quatuor of Authorization”, featuring our very own Gerry Gebel and David Brossard. Be sure to check it out to learn more about how we create future-proof authorization for the Fortune 500 and Federal Government.

Visit booth #24 if you would like to know how we can help your organization or if you would like a demo of our latest access policy review tool – a key addition to our authorization suite that helps our customers prove compliance of access control policies. This access review capability gives our customers the tools necessary to achieve a full policy-based lifecycle approach – providing visibility and control throughout the process of creating, implementing, testing and validating fine-grained authorization policies.

We’re looking forward to the 2016 Cloud Identity Summit – and we hope to see you there!

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