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Meeting the Ongoing Challenge of Identity and Access Compliance

As new regulations (HITECH) arise, and existing ones introduce more stringent requirements (HIPAA, PCI), compliance remains an ongoing challenge for many organizations. Because manual compliance controls introduce expense and increase risk, Identity and Access Management (IAM) provides an excellent foundation on which to implement automated controls for continuous compliance. This webcast will provide a maturity model for compliance controls, and highlight critical capabilities for identity-related compliance in enterprise and cloud environments.
Recorded Jun 19 2012 54 mins
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Sumner Blount, Sr. Principal, CA Technologies Security Business Unit
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