Identity Management Day Virtual 2022

Cruciana to Speak at Identity Management Day Virtual Conference

Lawrence Cruciana, President of Corporate information Technologies, has been asked to speak on April 12th at Identity Management Day Virtual Conference.

The session will cover areas of exposure in SMBs, SLTTs and MSPs, how to use the CIS Controls in your organization and some important tools to help you become more secure and reduce the risk of a cyberattack.

Addressing Identity Challenges for SMBs

“79% of organizations have experienced an identity-related security breach in the last two years. Identity management is a concept that ensures your employees only have access to the right tools and technology they need to do their jobs at the right time. Implementing standard cybersecurity principles and even identity management best practices, isn’t just for enterprises, but it can be implemented in any small business, even those with little time and few resources. And regardless of size, all organizations are at risk and the impacts can be significant.” 

The speakers Identity Management Day Virtual Conference will include:

  • Harry Perper, Principal Cybersecurity Technologist at The MITRE Corporation
  • Phyllis Lee, Senior Director of Controls at the Center for Internet Security (CIS)
  • Lisa Plaggemier, Interim Executive Director @ National Cybersecurity Alliance
  • Lawrence Cruciana, President at Corporate Information Technologies

Join Identity Management Day Virtual Conference on April 12th 2022 to raise awareness and share best practices

“It will bring together security leaders, vendors, and advocates to raise awareness, share best practices, and inspire individuals —and organizations of all sizes—to take action when it comes to effectively managing and securing digital identities”

CorpInfoTech (Corporate Information Technologies) provides small to mid-market organizations with expert I.T. services including compliance assessment, cybersecurity penetration tests, and comprehensive business continuity planning services. Corporate Information Technologies can help organizations, quantify, create, refine, and mitigate the risks presented by business threatening disasters in whatever form they may be disguised.

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