Centrify Corporation, the leader in Unified Identity Services across data center, cloud and mobile, today announced that Co-founder and CEO Tom Kemp has been selected to present at both the AGC Partners’ 10th annual West Coast InfoSec and Emerging Growth Conference and Cowen and Company’s Cybersecurity Forum during the RSA Conference 2014 this week.
At the AGC Partners’ InfoSec and Emerging Growth Conference being held at the Westin San Francisco Market Street, Mr. Kemp will present on a panel titled “Come Together, Right Now: Secure Mobile Collaboration.” The session, moderated by Wendy Nather, enterprise security research director of 451 Research, will take place on Feb. 24 from 1:30 pm PST to 2:15 pm PST.
During the panel session, Mr. Kemp will discuss issues around increased use of mobile devices for accessing data services and corporate networks, and the emergence of the open network concept that has created new potential risk avenues from a security and privacy perspective. He will also highlight how mobile application management (MAM) can help address these mobile enterprise security challenges by delivering key enterprise security functionality, such as secure mobile identity management and single sign-on; app security policy; compliance reporting; and app analytics and device control functions such as app delete, device lock, device wipe and real-time inventory.
At the Cowen and Company Cybersecurity Forum, being held on Feb. 26 in Room 256 of South West Mezzanine in the Moscone Center, Mr. Kemp and Centrify CFO Tim Steinkopf will participate in a discussion and Q&A hosted by Gregg Moskowitz, Cowen and Company senior infrastructure software analyst. The session will run from 1:50 pm PST 2:45 pm PST.
At the Cowen and Company conference Mr. Kemp will discuss how organizations today are increasingly supplementing and replacing their on-premise IT infrastructure with cloud and mobile platforms, and why Centrify believes that efficiently and securely managing users’ digital identities in this hybrid IT environment is one of IT’s top challenges. Mr. Kemp will also discuss the rapid customer adoption of Centrify’s Identity-as-a-Service (“IDaaS”) offering, and will highlight its recent strategic partnership with Samsung as well as recent customer relationships that Centrify has formed.
About Tom Kemp, CEO of Centrify
Under Mr. Kemp’s leadership Centrify has become one of the fastest growing security vendors in the industry and has amassed more than 5,000 customers, including nearly 50 percent of the Fortune 50. Prior to Centrify, Mr. Kemp held various executive, technical and marketing roles at NetIQ Corporation, Compuware Corporation, EcoSystems Software, and Oracle Corporation. Mr. Kemp was also an Entrepreneur in Residence at Mayfield, a leading venture capital firm. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science and in history from the University of Michigan.
Centrify (centrify.com) provides Unified Identity Services across data center, cloud and mobile environments that results in single sign-on (SSO) for users and a simplified identity infrastructure for IT. Centrify’s integrated identity management software and cloud-based Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) solutions reduce costs and increase business agility and security by leveraging an organization’s existing identity infrastructure to enable single sign-on, role-based access control, privileged identity management, auditing and compliance. Centrify customers can typically reduce their total cost of identity management and compliance by more than 50 percent. Centrify is used by more than 5,000 customers worldwide, including approximately half of the Fortune 50 and more than 60 Federal agencies.
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