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How to Conquer the Top 5 New Requirements in Access Management

Access Management has grown consistently more challenging as your business requires secure engagement with new user groups and additional partners via mobile, cloud and social channels. In order to securely enable such a multi-channel, open enterprise you must:
• Facilitate secure federation with a large number of partners
• Enable the use of social identities
• Securely connect to Cloud-based services
• Extend access and security to mobile applications and devices
• Protect against existing and evolving threats

Please join Aaron Berman, Security Solutions Advisor and Chris Wraight, Director, Security Solutions at CA Technologies, to learn how the latest Access Management capabilities can help you meet these rapidly evolving requirements and deliver secure applications on a timely basis.
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