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You’re invited: Learn from the best at Sailpoint Navigate in Sydney

06 Aug 2018

August is upon us already and so too is the upcoming SailPoint Navigate 2018 conference.

Held at the ICC in Sydney on the 21-22 August, the industry’s leading identity governance conference will provide a packed agenda with keynote speakers and three different breakout session tracks that include strategic discussions, real-world examples and practical advice, as well as roadmaps and lively debates about the future of identity.

And that’s not the best part. Registration is completely free, although with hundreds of identity professionals from all over the world attending, seats are limited.

Click here to find out more about the event.

Participants will benefit from keynote presentations from a number of industry heavyweights including Microsoft regional director Troy Hunt, Medibank chief information security officer Stuart Harrison, SailPoint chief technology and chief information security officer Darran Rolls, and even SailPoint CEO & co-founder Mark McClain.

Topics discussed will include cloud migration, the effect blockchain will have on identity technology, and new solutions from SailPoint to simplify processes, drive value and reduce deployment cost and time.

Participants will be able to ask questions and chat with product experts, in addition to viewing live and hands-on demos.

SailPoint Asia Pacific head of marketing Christopher Rodrigues says the event is known for inspiring keynotes and informative breakout sessions.

“You’ll learn more about the continuing evolution of identity governance. See SailPoint’s innovation, hear a roadmap for our products and get one-on-one time with identity experts.

SailPoint Expert Services offer experienced guidance and technical strength when you need it,” says Rodrigues.

“Our professionals use solution-specific knowledge to help with implementation tasks and ongoing mentoring of SailPoint products. When you attend Navigate, you can use this to earn one free hour of expert services to complement your internal teams’ knowledge and gain valuable guidance at any project stage.”

Rodrigues says the event has evolved significantly over time and he is confident that this year’s rendition will be the best one yet as the company has taken attendee feedback and added a second day to the event in addition to a third breakout track.

Click here to find out more.

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