Mark Your Calendars for the 2017 IAM Predictions Tweet Jam! December 15th, 1:00pm MT #identitychats
Identity and access management is a growing priority for many organizations thanks to the rise of digital business. As with most dynamically evolving industries, it can be hard to pinpoint what to expect next. And this can lead to the sometimes dangerous position of being in reactive mode instead of proactively steering successful strategies.
To stay ahead of the trends poised to impact the IAM industry most, we've put our best thoughts together to create our list of 2017 Predictions. Join the Ping Identity team and industry thought leaders on Twitter to find out what we think will shape the industry and the digital marketplace in the next 12 months. Then chime in to let us know if you agree or disagree and how you think IAM is changing.
The Tweet Jam will be moderated by Elinor Mills, VP of Content at Bateman Group. Elinor is well known in the security industry, and has spent 20 years as a security reporter at AP, Reuters, IDG, CNET, as well as hosted previous Cloud Identity Summit Twitter chats. The jam will also feature experts from the identity and security community, including vendors, industry analysts, and influencers. Anyone with a Twitter account is invited to be a part of the conversation.
To access the discussion, please follow #identitychats during the allotted discussion time. Whether this is your first tweet jam or you're a regular, here's a quick overview on participation guidelines of what's expected. You can also find the questions and more details in our follow up blog here.
Have your first #identitychats tweet be a self-introduction: name, affiliation, occupation.
Start all other tweets with the question number you're responding to and #identitychats
Example: Answer Q1 with "A1: <comment> #identitychats"
Please refrain from product or service promotions. This is to exchange knowledge and stimulate discussion, not push sales.
A tweet jam is like a public forum, panel discussion or town hall meeting--be focused and thoughtful.
This is professional, but don't be stuffy. No one has a problem with informality.