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Executive Director of Open Security Exchange to present Government Security Conference & Expo
The Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) architecture provides organisations with a consolidated approach for implementing initiatives
Ron Martin will present Maturity Model for Identity, Credentialing and Access Management

Ron Martin, CPP, Executive Director, Open Security Exchange will be a featured speaker at GovSec – the Government Security Conference & Expo featuring the U.S. Law Enforcement Conference & Expo. He will be presenting Maturity Model for Identity, Credentialing and Access Management at 3:15 pm on Tuesday, April 3, 2012.

The Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) architecture provides organisations with a consolidated approach for implementing initiatives. The use of enterprise architecture techniques helped ensure alignment, clarity, and interoperability across organisations. Now that the ICAM Roadmap 2.0 is finalised, organisations will need to assess conformance. The ICAM Maturity Model is a tool that provides a detailed way to evaluate the progress of an organisation’s business processes and technical capabilities against the ICAM target state.

GovSec, which takes place April 2-4 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., provides attendees with the opportunity to hear from experts in law enforcement, physical security and cybersecurity during free keynote addresses and 36 conference sessions. The event also includes a free Expo, which can be attended at no cost for qualified individuals, where industry leading vendors will showcase new tools and technologies. The EXPO also features additional free educational programming, including a series of Featured Presentations, delivered by professional organisations in the government security and law enforcement communities, which offer career development in a number of competencies and Agency Briefings, where attendees can learn about homeland security and law enforcement programs they can use in their agencies and departments.

This year, as an added bonus, GovSec attendees also will be able to attend sessions at two co-located conferences: the Contingency Planning & Management Conference and Expo and the Network-Centric Security Conference and Exposition.

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