CyberArk’s 2012 North American Customer Event to Highlight Pervasiveness and Exploitation of Privileged Accounts Across the Enterprise

October 30, 2012

ORLANDO, Fl. – October 30, 2012 – Cyber-Ark® Software today announced details of its Annual North American Customer Event taking place October 30-31, 2012 at The Waldorf Astoria in Orlando, Florida. The two-day conference will provide Cyber-Ark customers with a better understanding of the evolving IT security landscape, including the emergence of privileged accounts as the primary attack vector for enterprise cyber-assaults. Conference discussion will focus on the pervasiveness of privileged accounts, the commonly unguarded access points found in servers, desktops, applications, operating systems and throughout the infrastructure that provide a gateway to an organization’s most sensitive data. Attendees will learn the steps that organizations can take to proactively secure, manage and monitor all privileged activity to minimize security threats, reduce their ‘attack surface’ and meet audit requirements.

Through customer case studies, roundtables, product roadmaps, technical breakouts and a customer panel, Cyber-Ark executives and customers will demonstrate the importance of Privileged Identity Management in protecting an organization from increasing internal and external threats, and meeting compliance regulations. Brian Krebs, journalist and author of the Krebs on Security blog, will deliver the keynote speech, providing attendees with an in-depth look at the underworld of cybercrime and offering actionable advice on how organizations can protect their critical assets from sophisticated cybercriminals.

What: The Cyber-Ark 2012 Annual North American Customer Event

When: The Cyber-Ark 2012 North American Customer Event will begin at 8:00 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, October 30 and end at 2:00 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, October 31.

Where: The Waldorf Astoria Orlando, 14200 Bonnet Creek Resort Lane, Orlando, Florida.

“Over the past year, news headlines have been flooded with a staggering number of highly sophisticated, high-profile cyber-attacks. These attacks have all had one thing in common – the exploitation of privileged accounts,” said Udi Mokady, president and CEO of Cyber-Ark Software. “We are excited to have our customers under one roof to hear concerns from the frontlines and help them prepare for future threats by isolating and protecting these critical access points.”

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