SecurEnds will participate in the second annual “Identity Management Day” April 12, 2022


Roundtable on security and compliance organized by SecurEnds

“We are excited to join ISDA in raising awareness of the need for identity-centric security best practices.” – Tippu Gagguturu, CEO and Founder, SecurEnds

SecurEnds, Inc. has announced that it will be participating in the second annual “Identity Management Day”, an annual identity and cybersecurity awareness event taking place on April 12, 2022.

Founded by the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA) and supported by the National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCSA), the mission of Identity Management Day is to educate business leaders, IT decision makers and the public on the importance of identity management and key components. including identity-centric security governance, best practices, processes and technologies, with a particular focus on the dangers of not properly securing identities and access credentials.

SecurEnds recognizes that organizations are looking for a cost-effective, easy-to-use product that can be quickly deployed and operated by internal resources (without a certified administrator!) to meet their IT risk mitigation and compliance use cases. hybrid. That’s why SecurEnds’ holistic compliance platform is the CISO’s choice for access reviews and GRC automation. We currently help more than 100 of the world’s most forward-thinking companies achieve their security posture and regulatory compliance.

SecurEnds will be hosting a security and compliance roundtable at its new office opening on April 12 to celebrate Identity Management Day and bring together like-minded people to discuss smart identity topics, including :

· Prioritize risk mitigation and compliance as they accelerate cloud adoption while keeping legacy workloads on-premises.

· Automate processes to meet security compliance requirements and reduce audit fatigue.

· address new security and compliance challenges related to the pandemic.

The roundtable will be led by Kenneth Foster, vice president of IT and governance, risk and compliance at FleetCor Technologies; Ray Griffin, CISO at COX Media; Bob Pruett, CISO at SecurEnds; and Tippu Gagguturu, CEO and co-founder of SecurEnds.

Want to join the discussion? Register here.

“Founded in 2018 as cybersecurity began to become a core issue for many organizations, we noticed a growing market need to better manage identity risk and compliance without the cumbersome processes that often come with it. Fast forward to today, with the pandemic, the Great Resignation, and other market trends, organizations continue to feel the pressure of risk mitigation and compliance. We are excited to join ISDA in raising awareness of the need for identity-centric security best practices. – Tippu Gagguturu, CEO and Founder, SecurEnds

SecurEnds is also proud to support IDSA’s mission and the next generation of cybersecurity leaders with their donation to the Identity Management Day Next Generation Fund. The money raised goes to Per Scholas, an organization that provides job training and access to employer networks to people often excluded from tech careers.

“The reality is that the data breaches you frequently read about are most often the result of identity misuse. – SolarWinds, Colonial Pipeline, the list goes on. These breaches often rely on identity management poor or weak, such as weak passwords, not leveraging multi-factor authentication and single sign-on, leaving persistent privileges open and orphaned accounts,” said Julie Smith, Executive Director of IDSA. “The goal of Identity Management Day is to raise awareness, share best practices, and inspire action by individuals and organizations of all sizes, so that failure to implement best basic identity management practices does not result in the next title violation.”

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About SecurEnds, Inc.

With the increase in remote users and modern technology, critical data crosses organizational boundaries and security teams struggle to understand “Who has access to what?” and “What are our security risks?” SecurEnds’ holistic compliance platform helps security and compliance people gain visibility with a single unified view across all applications and platforms, both cloud and on-premises. SecurEnds Credential Entitlement Management (CEM) and Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) solutions automate access reviews and GRC to help organizations reduce risk to strengthen their security posture, easily provide proof of compliance and ultimately reduce audit fatigue.

About Identity Defined Security Alliance

The IDSA is a group of identity and security vendors, solution providers, and practitioners that acts as an independent source of thought leadership, expertise, and practical advice on identity-centric security approaches for technology professionals. IDSA is a non-profit organization that facilitates community collaboration to help organizations reduce risk by providing education, best practices and resources.

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