Twin Cities Identity and Access Management Professionals User Group Meetup2 min read
Repost from a local Twin Cities Identity and Access Management blog run by a former colleague of mine. I will be attending this event and if you are in the Twin Cities area and in the business of Identity and Access Management or interested come down to Gluek’s in Minneapolis Wednesday evening. Hope to see you there.
Twin Cities Identity and Access Management Professionals User Group In an effort to increase participation and bring more value and interest to our user group, the CA MN Security User Group will be merging with the Ping User Group. Besides the significant overlap, the intent is to create a new vendor neutral Identity and Access Management User Group. This meeting will be the kick off to officially merge the groups and set guidelines of how we want to structure this group and what we hope to accomplish going forward.
We hope you will be able to join us and participate in setting that direction. Pass the word and invite your IAM peers. I am very pleased that both Ping Identity and CA have fully embraced this new direction and will continue to support us. As IAM professionals, we tend to all use multiple vendor products and we hope to have a user group that creates a forum for sharing knowledge and best practices across all related technologies.
Please join us to help set direction, get involved, network, and enjoy the company of our peers in the Twin Cities!
Wednesday, August 7th from 4pm till 6pm
Gluek’s 16 N. Sixth St., Minneapolis, MN Information can be found here: https://communities.ca.com/web/midwest-information-security-user-league/welcomeRSVP can be done here: http://www.meetup.com/Ping-Identity-User-Group-Twin-Cities/events/125428032/
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