Identiverse Content Countdown Series, Part 3: Security
If you’re just now jumping into this blog series, we’ve been featuring tracks of rich content coming up at Identiverse 2018 (formerly Cloud Identity Summit) as we countdown the days to the June 24 opening day. In my previous blog, I highlighted our great lineup of mobile identity sessions, and we discussed our IoT track in the first blog. Our next focus: security.
Identity has been the new security perimeter for a few years now. And it’s increasingly clear that protecting our digital assets requires a solid approach to modern digital identity. To learn more, register now for Identiverse, and you’ll be able to drill into the hottest security topics in several engaging sessions. Here are some of the highlights:
And don’t miss our exciting keynotes from Nasrin Rezai, Global Chief Information & Product Security Officer at GE; Alex Weinert, Group Program Manager of Identity Security and Protection at Microsoft; Richard Bird, Client Director at Optiv; and the return of our CISO Keynote Panel, moderated by Ron Miller from TechCrunch! Plus, make sure to dig even deeper into your favorite topics by attending master classes from the Identity Defined Security Alliance. Check the full agenda for so much more.
Remember: Your full conference pass to Identiverse includes access to all our great keynotes, sessions and master classes, thoughtfully curated by a content committee comprised of subject-matter experts from across the industry. Plus, you also get priority access to recordings of all the sessions! And to top it off, you can also claim CPE credits for your CISSP (or other (ISC)2 qualification), and your IAPP certifications for attending Identiverse. And don’t forget our awesome welcome reception and legendary closing party are included as well!
Check back with us in the next part of the countdown series as we highlight the identity standards and architecture track at Identiverse. If you haven’t reserved your spot, register today to join us June 24-27 in Boston, MA.
By Andrew Hindle
Content Chair, Identiverse