(LOS ANGELES, CA – June 18, 2014) Lieberman Software Corporation today announced its participation in the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, June 23-26 in National Harbor, Md. The company is a Premier Sponsor of the event and will demonstrate new capabilities in its privilege management technology in Booth 325.
“The assumption that cyber security can be 100 percent effective has come to an end,” said Philip Lieberman, CEO and President of Lieberman Software. “From Target to Heartbleed, we’ve seen a new reality where at least one or more systems within an environment are compromised. The role of IT security now is to minimize damage by discovering and neutralizing intruders after they have entered the environment. During our presentations at Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, we will expound on this theme.”
Lieberman will be a featured speaker in several key sessions at the show including:
• Future Technology Approaches to Manage Privileged Identities, Users and Applications
Solution Provider Session, Tuesday, June 24, 2:45 – 3:30 pm ET, Potomac C
Learn how next generation security and identity management products can help give you the upper hand in the ongoing cyber security battle. Technology is imminent to overcome the security problems that have plagued us for two decades. Analysts can tell you what’s available in the market, but we’ll tell you what security technology is coming next, and why.
• War Stories From the Trenches: Managing Unmanageable Identities
CISO Boardroom, Tuesday, June 24, 4:05 – 4:35 pm ET, Group 2 – Chesapeake G
You typically don’t know which accounts or identity elements are out there (especially in embedded applications) or how they’re used. Attempting to change an existing but long forgotten credential, certificate or key can be career suicide. We’ll discuss how to get a handle on your credentials, how to manage them, and best practices to gain control over your IT environment.
• Surviving in a Post-Heartbleed World: Managing Credentials, Keys and Certificates
Vendor/User Roundtable, Wednesday, June 25, 10:30 – 11:15 am ET, Chesapeake B
Historically, many IT organizations have operated under the assumption that credentials should be changed in the timescale of months or years. Today Heartbleed and similar exploits allow hackers to extract credentials and cryptographic elements at will. We’ll review why the concept of 30-90 day password changes are ineffective based on participant and vendor experiences.
During the show, Lieberman Software will also be exhibiting new upgrades to its privilege management product, Enterprise Random Password Manager™ (ERPM). ERPM continuously discovers, secures and audits access to privileged accounts throughout the cross-platform enterprise, both on-premises and in the cloud. It also allows users to launch applications and web sites in a secure environment, where elevated operations are automatically recorded and audited.
To learn more about ERPM visit www.liebsoft.com/erpm.
About Lieberman Software Corporation
Lieberman Software provides award-winning privilege management products to more than 1200 enterprise customers worldwide, including nearly half of the Fortune 50. By automatically locating, securing and continuously auditing privileged identities, both on-premises and in the cloud, Lieberman Software helps protect access to systems with sensitive data, thereby reducing internal and external security vulnerabilities, improving IT productivity and helping ensure regulatory compliance. The company developed the first solution for the privilege management space, and its products, including Enterprise Random Password Manager (ERPM), continue to lead the market. Lieberman Software also provides a mature line of Windows security management tools. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, with offices and channel partners located around the world. For more information, visit www.liebsoft.com.
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