Santa Clara, CA — Centrify, the leader in securing hybrid enterprises through the power of identity services, today announced that Centrify Senior Vice President of Products and Chief Product Officer Bill Mann will be speaking at the Cowen and Company 45th Annual TMT Conference, which is taking place at The Lotte New York Palace in New York.

Who: Bill Mann, Senior Vice President of Products and Chief Product Officer, Centrify

What: Mann will be participating in a security panel titled, “Raising the Bar in Security Panel.” He will discuss the findings of a recent Ponemon study that examined the business and financial impacts of a data breach on an entire organization, including the company’s finances, brand reputation and shareholder value. He will explain why security needs to be elevated to the C-suite and boardroom, especially as this announcement comes on the heels of the massive WannaCry ransomware attack that affected Britain’s National Health Service and other global organizations. And, he will explain why identity management and governance is an increasingly important component of security.

When: Thursday, June 1 from 1:00 p.m. to 1:55 p.m. ET

Where: The Lotte New York Palace, 455 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10022

About Centrify

Centrify redefines security from a legacy static perimeter-based approach to protecting millions of scattered connections in a boundaryless hybrid enterprise. As the only industry recognized leader in both Privileged Identity Management and Identity-as-a-Service, Centrify provides a single platform to secure each user’s access to apps and infrastructure through the power of identity services. This is Next Dimension Security in the Age of Access. Centrify is enabling over 5,000 customers, including over half the Fortune 50, to defend their organizations. To learn more visit

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