Ping Identity to Exhibit and Present Leading Secure Access Solutions for the Digital Enterprise at RSA Conference 2016

Ping Identity to Exhibit and Present Leading Secure Access Solutions for the Digital Enterprise at RSA Conference 2016


DENVER — February 23, 2016

Ping Identity®, the leader of Identity Defined Security, today announced it will exhibit and present at RSA Conference 2016, the security industry’s leading conference which takes place February 29 to March 4, 2016 in San Francisco. The annual event brings together thousands of the brightest minds in security, identity and enterprise IT to discuss the technology, trends and people tasked with protecting the world’s data. Ping Identity will share how it is leading a new era of identity and access management by ensuring secure access for the digital enterprise. Ping Identity will showcase solutions in booth #S1921.

The Identity Defined Security Alliance partners will be available during the conference for discussion and demo presentations. Formed last year, the Alliance brings together industry leading vendors - Ping Identity, VMware/Airwatch, Netskope and ThreatMetrix - to provide CISOs with blueprints and best practices to navigate the identity and security landscape. For more information, visit: https://www.pingidentity.com/en/events/2016/rsa.html

Ping Identity sessions at RSA include:

WHAT: Deconstructing Identity in Security
WHEN: Thursday, March 3 from 9:10 - 10:00 a.m. PT
WHERE: West, Room 2007
WHO: Andre Durand, founder and CEO at Ping Identity; Eric Sachs, product management director at Google; Kim Cameron, chief identity architect at Microsoft; and Ariel Tseitlin, partner at Scale Venture Partners

Identity experts from Google, Microsoft and Ping Identity will tackle tough questions and offer unique points of view on the role identity plays in security. They will deconstruct what identity means to security by sharing how they are building identity into the most popular cloud services in the world and by showing what can be done to strengthen identity in a borderless world.

WHAT: Identity Standards at Work in Google’s Mobile-Focused Future
WHEN: Thursday, March 3 from 11:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. PT and Friday, March 4 from 11:20 a.m. - 12:10 p.m. PT
WHERE: West, Room 2007 (on Thursday) and West, Room 2001 (on Friday)
WHO: Pamela Dingle, senior technical architect at Ping Identity and Eric Sachs, product management director at Google

Google’s login page no longer has a password field. Learn how they did it, and how you can utilize use standards from OIDF, OIX, IETF, OAuth and FIDO to do the same thing for your apps. Also learn what tools Google provides to help you achieve that goal.

Throughout the week, connect with Ping Identity at RSA:

  • Visit Ping Identity and Identity Security Alliance partners at booth #S1921 for a product demo and an opportunity to meet with executives and partners
  • Follow @PingIdentity on Twitter and check the company blog for the latest updates and insights from the event
  • Contact events@pingidentity.com
    with any questions

About Ping Identity | The Identity Defined Security Company
Ping Identity is the leader in Identity Defined Security for the borderless enterprise, allowing employees, customers and partners access to the applications they need. Protecting over one billion identities worldwide, the company ensures the right people access the right things, securely and seamlessly. More than half of the Fortune 100, including Boeing, Cisco, Disney, GE, Kraft Foods, TIAA-CREF and Walgreens, trust Ping Identity to solve modern enterprise security challenges created by their use of cloud, mobile, APIs and IoT. Visit www.pingidentity.com.

 

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Ping Identity to Exhibit and Present Leading Secure Access Solutions for the Digital Enterprise at RSA Conference 2016