Identity Week provides IT executives and managers with candid analysis of current cyber security trends from reputable experts. Commentary on a variety of IT security topics includes shortcomings of the major regulatory compliance mandates; Congressional legislation on cyber security laws; best practices for securing the IT infrastructure amidst constantly evolving threats; insights on new and emerging vulnerabilities to the enterprise; and more.
Philip Lieberman, editor-in-chief, is an accomplished software engineer with more than 30 years of experience. Mr. Lieberman has published numerous books and articles on computer science and has taught at UCLA. In 1994 Mr. Lieberman founded Lieberman Software, the originators of privileged identity management software. The company helps some of the world’s largest enterprises safeguard data, reduce IT workloads, and lower the cost of IT audit compliance.
You can email Mr. Lieberman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chris Stoneff, associate editor, oversees product management at Lieberman Software and is responsible for meeting the real-world needs of the company’s customers. With more than 15 years of systems administration, consulting, training, and product management experience, Mr. Stoneff is instrumental in guiding the development of the Lieberman Software solutions portfolio. An accomplished consultant and technical trainer, he has taught thousands of administrators on fundamental and advanced concepts of Windows management and security concepts and key technologies. He holds more than a dozen technical certifications including MCSA:Messaging, MCSE: Security, MCT, and CTT+.
You can email Chris at email@example.com.
About our Sponsor
Lieberman Software is a privileged identity management /privileged account management and Windows security management company that develops and markets software products to secure multi-platform enterprises. The company has more than 1,200 global customers, including more than 40 percent of the Fortune 50.
The company’s customers span all major vertical markets including government agencies, defense manufacturers, financial institutions, broadcast media companies, energy and utilities, and healthcare providers.