What happens in Vegas STAYS in Vegas... except the knowledge, enthusiasm, and professional relationships that come with one of the biggest identity-driven events of the year: Identiverse 2023, May 30 - June 2!
Identiverse is an annual conference that brings together experts, thought leaders, and professionals in the Identity and Access Management (IAM) industry. The conference provides a platform for attendees to learn about the latest developments in the field, exchange ideas, and network with peers.
While there are several reasons one might want to attend Identiverse, I’d like to share three in particular:
- The tech: Identiverse provides an opportunity to stay up to date with latest trends, technologies, and best practices in the IAM industry. The conference features keynote speeches, panel discussions, and interactive sessions that cover a wide range of topics, from identity governance and administration to privileged access management and beyond.
- The people: Attending Identiverse allows you to network with peers and experts in the field. It’s a wonderful environment to collaborate with like-minded professionals to improve your own IAM strategy and practices.
- The NetIQ Booth #1626: Come chat with us and learn more about NetIQ!
If you’ve been managing homegrown or multiple point solutions and your organization is ready to upgrade to a cohesive Identity and Access Management (IAM) infrastructure, this is the conference for you! Or perhaps you’ve bumped into some crucial limitations in your current implementation that are affecting your business. Maybe you’ve been exploring ways to expand business models that are dependent on greater engagement with digital users (consumers, B2B, internal)—ones that require robust identity verification across various use cases, including mobile.
NetIQ is proud to have some of our own identity professionals and that of our partner, Computer Integrated Systems (CIS), at our booth. Come say hello and learn about CIS’ Identity Strategy Validation (ISV) program that helps businesses handle identity stores in their infrastructures, understand their current position and potential solutions, facilitate regulatory compliance, improve user experience, and reduce administrative overhead.
But…if you can’t make it, be sure to check out some of the following resources, like:
Zero Trust is part of an overall digital transformation. As organizations progress through their digital transformation journey, they often find that a zero-trust level of security is needed to protect their vulnerable information. Zero trust is especially well suited for organizations with sensitive data beyond their own environment, such as in the cloud or IoT devices. Doing so will deliver an enhanced security level to the ecosystem and even cover legacy technologies as they transition.
Our report on Zero Trust shows that 87% of enterprises are on the zero trust journey – having already rolled out zero trust or making plans for implementation.
Identity and Access Management is the place to start to achieve Zero Trust. Our purpose at NetIQ is to help organizations protect sensitive information by automating privilege and access control to ensure appropriate access to applications, data, and resources. In other words, we help our customers achieve Zero Trust.
You can learn more about us at our NetIQ homepage and be sure to check out our video demos on the NetIQ Unplugged YouTube channel.
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