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 Identity Management Symposium

   

                             18-19 June, 2019 

Alexandria, VA

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Defense Strategies Institute is proud to announce the 6th annual Identity Management Symposium, occurring June 18-19, 2019 at the Mary M Gates Learning Center in Alexandria, VA. The most respected minds in in identity management, as well as key-policy makers across military and civilian offices will gather for this two-day event to focus on the theme, “Leveraging Identity Intelligence and Biometric Capabilities to Enhance National Security”.  

This year’s symposium will foster conversations about the implementation of identity and access management across the military and Federal Government, current and future research and development efforts around IAM technology, policy surrounding IAM implementation, and other challenges and considerations for identity management. 

 
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