November 24, 2008 13:00 ET

BrightTALK Hosts Identity and Access Management Summit

Interact With Identity and Access Management Experts Live on

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - November 24, 2008) -

WHAT: Identity and Access Management Summit hosted by BrightTALK™

BrightTALK hosts live webcast summits each week around themes that matter to business professionals. At this summit, experts will share information on trends in identity and access management, answer questions, and offer strategies and tips to business professionals. Attendees of the summit will learn how to approach identity management in uncertain times, how to integrate fingerprint biometrics, how to provide increased security and visibility of data and much more.

WHEN: Tuesday, December 2, 2008

WHO: Presenters at the Identity and Access Management Summit:

David McNeely, director of product management at Centrify Corporation

Derek Brink, VP and research fellow at Aberdeen Group

Eve Maler, principal engineer at Sun

Kass Aiken, VP of sales at Ceelox

Mark McClain, CEO and founder of SailPoint

Matthew Kotraba, associate at Booz Allen Hamilton

Mike Donaldson, vice president of marketing at Ping Identity

Robert Grapes, chief datacenter solutions technologist at Cloakware, Inc.

Russell Williams, associate at Booz Allen Hamilton

Soumya Das, senior product marketing director, Oracle

WHERE: The Identity and Access Management Summit is available on

MAKE THE SUMMIT AVAILABLE ON YOUR SITE: The summit can also be accessed through the BrightTALK player, which can be embedded into websites and blogs. The summit can be accessed live and will remain available on-demand afterward. Contact Morgan Cantrell at BrightTALK for the embed code (415.955.0553, mcantrell (at)

ABOUT reinvents webcasting on Web 2.0 principles, letting any businessperson with something to say share their knowledge with a live online audience and create a community around their content. Live audio webcasts are hosted on and can also be embedded in the creator's website or blog. Web 2.0 tools let audience members interact with presenters, rate and share content, and subscribe to webcast channels. It takes as little as five minutes to create a channel and start webcasting on, and the BrightTALK™ Starter Channel is free.

Contact Information

    Liz Haas
    bt (at)