RSA – The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

This February 13-17, I’ll make my annual pilgrimage to San Francisco for the RSA Security Conference. And while I look forward to the ever-present long hours working the booth, the short walk from the hotel to the exhibit hall, runs along the wharf in the mornings, and a mandatory taste of sourdough bread and clam chowder, some things will be different. This is the first year where we will be participating in the show as One Identity (we’ve been there before as a number of small start-ups, Quest software, Dell Software, and Dell Security), and while we always have great new things to show, this may be the most exciting collection of IAM solutions yet.

So if you are attending RSA be sure to find us in the North Hall (Booth #3911) where we are sharing space with our friends from SonicWALL. If you are looking for One Identity and see SonicWALL – you’re in the right place. Highlights of the show for us will include:

  • A chance to show Active Roles 7.1, the first widely deployed solution for management and security of the hybrid Active Directory/Azure Active Directory environment
  • A look at One Identity Starling Two-factor Authentication – our SaaS-based solution for multifactor authentication
  • Updates on the latest offerings for identity governance including One Identity Manager and Connect for Cloud, our digital transformation-enabling link between an on-prem IAM implementation and cloud-based applications
  • An opportunity to examine the industry’s most in-depth and beneficial collection of privileged account management solutions

But that’s not all, we’ll have cool things to give away and the opportunity for you to win even cooler stuff. We’re do our best to entertain you and make your time in our booth worthwhile. And we’d love to spend some quality time with you. If you would like to schedule a meeting with one of our executives or product people just ask -- Patricia Warner would be happy to set something up for you.

If you can’t make it to RSA, we would still love to hear from you…check us out at OneIdentity.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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