BrightTALK’s free online Authentication Summit on October 7, 2010

Join a great lineup of thought leaders & industry professionals at BrightTALK’s free, online Authentication Summit on October 7, 2010. The live, vendor-neutral, interactive webcasts will cover the new threats to authentication and the impact of emerging technologies like mobile and online banking, web applications, email, etc. They will also look into new tools to meet the new demands for user authentication, as well as best practices on finding the right balance and the appropriate level of authentication for your organization.

REGISTER: http://www.brighttalk.com/r/SHf

WHEN: Thursday, October 7, 2010, attend live online throughout the day or afterward on-demand at your convenience

TOPICS AND PRESENTERS:
“Identity Assurance in Everyday Life” – 9am PDT
Frank Villavicencio, EVP, Identropy & Chair of Kantara Initiative’s Identity Assurance Work Group

“Authentication and Strong Authentication in Web Applications”
Sylvain Maret, Authentication Evangelist & Swiss Chapter Leader, OpenID

“Identity and Access Management in the Real World: Getting it Done”
Jonathan Sandar, Identity and Security Analyst, Quest Software

“Balance between Security and Convenience”
Rachael Stockton, Principal Product Marketing Manager, RSA, The Security Division of EMC

“Privileged Access Management and the Cloud Drive Innovation”
Richard Stiennon, Chief Research Analyst, IT-Harvest

“Meeting New Demands for User Authentication”
Steven Furnell, Head of School of Computing, Plymouth University

Review the full schedule and register to attend any or all of the free summit webcasts at http://www.brighttalk.com/r/SHf

You will be able to attend any or all of the presentations, submit real-time questions to presenters, and vote in audience polls. If you are unable to attend the webcasts live, you can also view them afterward on-demand.

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