One Identity Resilience Conference 2021 – Join us November 2-4 for all the Value and Partnership, with 99.999% less Travel

One Identity Resilience brings customers, partners, and product experts together from all over the globe to discuss topics that matter to your industry and organizations. Hear from identity security experts, experience the latest innovations on our Unified Identity Security Platform, learn best practices – including how other organizations have overcome the same technology, security and compliance challenges that you’re facing.

One Identity Resilience is the ideal event to:
  • Directly impact the success of your Identity and Security projects
  • Share and learn from common experiences
  • Beat the identity sprawl in your organization and take back control
  • Take a holistic approach to security when managing people, RPA, CIEM, etc.
  • Secure your identities in the Cloud, hybrid, on-prem, whatever your journey
Don’t miss the opportunity to:
  • Gain valuable industry insights;
  • Learn best practices and tips and tricks to improve technical proficiency and knowledge;
  • Talk directly to product development, product managers, product marketing and subject matter experts;
  • Be heard — provide your input on future product enhancements.

You can earn up to 12 hours of CPE credit for (ISC)2 and ISACA and 4 hours of CPE credit for IAPP by attending the general session and the business or technical breakout tracks at the One Identity Resilience Conference. Plus, you can earn an additional 16 hours of CPE credit for (ISC)2 and ISACA by attending one of the Technical Deep Dive sessions. For each track you complete you will receive a certificate of completion and the number of hours of CPE credit for which you have qualified. You can then submit your certificates and CPE hours to (ISC)2, ISACA, or IAPP.

Keynote Speaker

Christopher Krebs is a founding partner of the Krebs Stamos Group, and previously served as the first director of the federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). As Director, Mr. Krebs oversaw CISA’s efforts to manage risk to the nation’s businesses and government agencies, bringing together partners to collectively defend against cyber and physical threats. At CISA, Mr. Krebs also pioneered the Rumor Control program, which was designed to counter disinformation campaigns.

Before serving as CISA Director, Mr. Krebs served in various roles at the Department of Homeland Security, responsible for a range of cybersecurity, critical infrastructure and national resilience issues. Prior to his time at DHS, he directed U.S. cybersecurity policy for Microsoft, and advised industry and government clients on complex cybersecurity and business risk matters, while serving at positions with Obsidian Analysis and Dutko Consulting. He also served in the George W. Bush Administration, advising DHS leadership on domestic and international risk management and public-private partnership initiatives.