European Banks and other Financial Services firms are faced every day with complex and prescriptive IT compliance regulations from every level of government and industry. Compliance, Security and IT Operations professionals have responded by creating internal 'audit points' to improve visibility into their operations. But these teams are challenged by the separate and fractured identity and access management silos that create gaps in security, make compliance difficult and IT operations inefficient.
Please join Centrify and Quocirca for this complimentary Web seminar that addresses some of the challenges European Banks and other Financial Institutions face in addressing identity and access management requirements in a complex regulatory environment.
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Analyst and Director, Quocirca
Bob joined Quocirca in 2002; his main areas of coverage are IT security and compliance, network computing, mobile working, end point and systems management and managed services. Bob has been involved with several recent projects looking at how regulation impacts the use of IT in various industries including financial services. Bob writes regular analytical columns and blogs for Computing, Computer Weekly, silicon.com, Computer Reseller News (CRN), Infosecurity Magazine and IT Director. He has written for The Times, Financial Times and The Daily Telegraph and provides general comment for the European IT and business press.
Centrify Director of Product Management
As senior director of product management at Centrify, David McNeely works with customers to drive the roadmap for Centrify's award-winning identity and access management solutions. David has worked in the identity and access management market for over 16 years, holding various product marketing and management positions at ActivIdentity, AOL, iPlanet and Netscape. At Netscape and iPlanet, he was the director of product management for the Directory and Security product line, where he first promoted the concept of a centralized directory for all identity and access management.