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Letting the right people in

Managing user identities and controlling access to data and system resources is essential for any company's governance, risk and compliance strategy.

Martin Kuppinger, founder and principal analyst at Kuppinger Cole, heads this panel discussion on identity and access management with Jonathan Sander of Quest Software, Kurt Johnson of Courion, and Ravi Srinvasan of IBM Tivoli.

This pocast has been  recorded and published by ETM Magazine.



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