The first day of the security conference is positioned at the leading edge of the RSA Conference, where over 40,000 security technology professionals congregate every year.
April 9th, 2018 – LONDON, UK and FREMONT, USA - Device Authority, a global leader in Identity and Access Management (IAM) for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced its Chief Executive Officer, Darron Antill, will be speaking at AGC’s Annual West Coast InfoSec and Broader Tech Conference, in San Francisco on April 16th – ahead of RSA conference.
Having recently launched their Enterprise IoT security blueprint, Device Authority extends their vision by working closely with key ecosystem players including IoT Application Enablement Platforms (AEPs) such as PTC’s ThingWorx, leading Hardware Security Modules vendors (HSMs) such as Thales and Gemalto, and Certificate Authorities (CAs) such as Comodo CA, to make their solutions “IoT ready” and scale for the Enterprise.
For any organization building their IoT strategy, who require trust and deal with scale at the edge, Device Authority is the only company truly able to deliver IAM for IoT. The KeyScaler platform delivers automation for critical credential management processes, in addition to tokenized access control and policy-based encryption for data, in transit and at rest.
Unlike traditional InfoSec solutions, KeyScaler addresses the core challenges of device trust, data trust and operational efficiency at IoT scale, beyond the boundaries of the secure Enterprise.
Device Authority’s IoT IAM platform, KeyScaler, combines technology from ecosystem partners into a secure, market ready solution – solving many security and operational challenges for Enterprises today.
Device Authority’s Chief Technology Officer, Rao Cherukuri, the creator of the Enterprise IoT security blueprint, will also be attending the AGC event and RSA.
If you’re attending the AGC event, you can hear from Darron at 4:15pm in the Parlor 7.
Alternatively, please contact us to schedule a meeting at RSA.