Machine Identity Protection

Global Summit 2019

Venafi Customer Strategies for Success

MAY 13–16, 2019 | ORLANDO, FL

Machine Identity Protection

Global Summit 2019

Venafi Customer Strategies for Success

MAY 13–16, 2019 | ORLANDO, FL

WHY ATTEND?

The Industry’s First Global Gathering of Machine Identity Protection Authorities

Business Leaders: Extend the Reach of Your Machine Identity Protection

As a Venafi customer, you’ve seen the value of a successful machine identity protection program, but are you leaving some of its benefits on the table? Get practical tips and tools that help you communicate the value of machine identity protection to other stakeholders in your organization.

What You Will Gain:

  • Practical tools to help you elevate the priority of Machine Identity Protection across your organization
  • Detailed review of Venafi’s Machine Identity Protection strategy and roadmap
  • Insights and advice from peers and experts who are passionate about machine identity protection

Business Leaders: Extend the Reach of Your Machine Identity Protection

As a Venafi customer, you’ve seen the value of a successful machine identity protection program, but are you leaving some of its benefits on the table? Get practical tips and tools that help you communicate the value of machine identity protection to other stakeholders in your organization.

What You Will Gain:

  • Practical tools to help you elevate the priority of Machine Identity Protection across your organization
  • Detailed review of Venafi’s Machine Identity Protection strategy and roadmap
  • Insights and advice from peers and experts who are passionate about machine identity protection

Technology Professionals: Optimize the Venafi Platform to Deliver Greater Value

As a Venafi user, you have first-hand experience of the power of the platform. But your peers may be leveraging the platform or integrating across the security ecosystem in ways that you haven’t even thought about. Learn tips and tricks that will make you more valuable to your team and increase your value to your company.

What You Will Gain:

  • Strategies to maximize your Machine Identity Protection deployment
  • Insight into the scope of machine identities used in your business
  • Tips for automating your Machine Identity Protection program through APIs

Technology Professionals: Optimize the Venafi Platform to Deliver Greater Value

As a Venafi user, you have first-hand experience of the power of the platform. But your peers may be leveraging the platform or integrating across the security ecosystem in ways that you haven’t even thought about. Learn tips and tricks that will make you more valuable to your team and increase your value to your company.

What You Will Gain:

  • Strategies to maximize your Machine Identity Protection deployment
  • Insight into the scope of machine identities used in your business
  • Tips for automating your Machine Identity Protection program through APIs

SPECIAL OFFER

Registration Closed

The knowledge you’ll gain at this event is priceless. And this year, so is the event*. That’s right, if you’re one of the first 300 to sign up, we’ll waive the standard pricing for this four-day event. As a pioneer in machine identity protection, you’ll get access to in-depth learning tracks, ample networking opportunities, enlightening keynote speakers, entertaining attractions and gourmet meals. Don’t miss out on this special offer, it’s only available this year for our inaugural event.

EARLY BIRD PRICE

$695

STANDARD PRICE

$895

*FIRST 300 TO REGISTER

$0

Register by April 1, 2019 and
Receive Free Ray Bans!

As an added incentive to register early, you will lay claim to a cool new pair of Ray Ban sunglasses if you register by April 1, 2019. You will get to choose your preferred style when you pick up your packet at the registration desk at the Summit in Orlando. Play it right and your Machine Identity Protection future will be so bright that you’ll have to wear shades.

Must be registered by midnight PST on April 1, 2019 and claim your sunglasses in person at the Summit.

VENUE

Relax in a Luxurious Resort Hotel in Sunny Florida

Join us for an unforgettable stay at Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld. Relax in your spacious guest room, then explore all the fun at the resort and enjoy exclusive perks and access to SeaWorld. Bask poolside with a tropical drink in hand while the kids cool down at the on-site water park. Your event package includes mouth-watering breakfasts, lunches and gourmet banquet dinners. Plus, we’ve negotiated a special rate just for you. (See FAQ).

Enjoy an Exclusive Evening at SeaWorld!

You will also enjoy an evening at SeaWorld with exclusive use of Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin™, and Mako, Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest rollercoaster. These attractions will be open only to attendees of the Machine Identity Protection Global Summit on May 14 from 7:00pm – 10:00pm. Summit attendees will have a gourmet dinner and networking time at SeaWorld from 7:00 – 8:00pm, then family members can join in for all-you-can-ride exclusive use of Mako from 8:30pm – 10:00pm.

 

AGENDA

Three Days, Two Tracks, One-of-a-Kind Opportunity.

Whether you’re a business leader or technology professional, you’ll leave with actionable strategies for protecting more machine identities in your organization. And you’ll hear from your peers—several Venafi customers will be co-presenting these sessions and there’ll be lots of opportunities to network.

Monday, May 13, 2019

6:00 – 9:00 PM

Registration and Opening Reception

TUESDAY, May 14, 2019

8:00 – 9:00 AM

Breakfast

9:00 – 10:00 AM

Opening Remarks
Get a warm welcome and hear about the Venafi customer journey from Venafi’s CEO, Jeff Hudson.

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Keynote by David Mahdi, Gartner
Hear David Mahdi’s perspective as a Sr. Director Analyst at Gartner whose area of expertise includes identity and access management, authentication and data security.

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Fireside Chat with Tony Scott
As former CIO in the Obama administration and current Managing Partner at Ridge-Lane LP, as well as the author of the federal government mandate for HTTPS Everywhere, Tony Scott will share some unique insights.

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Lunch
Share lunch with your peers and Venafi experts.

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Shifting from PKI to Machine Identity Protection
Find out how to elevate the priority of your PKI team through changes in scope, skills and culture that communicate the benefits of visibility, centralized intelligence and automation across the organization.

Using Venafi to Minimize Business and Technical Risks
Learn new strategies to communicate both the technical and business risks that increase when not protecting your machine identities.

2:00 – 3:00 PM

Optimizing Your Plan to Move Up the TLS Maturity Framework
See how the Venafi Machine Identity Protection Maturity Framework applies to you, how to measure your progress, and how to set milestones and priorities that impact your business-level problems.

Automation: Weighing the Complexity vs. Value
Learn new ways to prioritize automation efforts to get the most value by considering both the need for automation and the complexity of implementation.

3:00 – 3:30 PM

Break

3:30 – 4:30 PM

How to Make Certificate-as-a-Service a Reality
Learn how to provide a comprehensive certificate service offering to your internal customers through streamlined processes and a self-service model to support your overall Machine Identity Protection plan.

How to Communicate the Value of Machine Identity Protection
Hear the customer perspective on how to get buy-in for Machine Identity Protection and best methods for expanding the Venafi Platform within your organization.

4:30 – 5:30 PM

Getting Business Line Buy-in for Certificate-as-a-Service
See how Venafi customers have communicated across their organizations the value of Certificates-as-a-Service and how it fits into Machine Identity Protection, and discover an onboarding toolkit that helps you customize this process.

How Secure Is Your Code Signing Infrastructure?
Learn how you can create a secure enterprise code-signing infrastructure that will scale and adapt as networks continue to evolve and grow.

7:00 – 10:00 PM

Dinner and Entertainment at SeaWorld
Enjoy an evening at SeaWorld with exclusive use of Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin™ and Mako, Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest rollercoaster.

WEDNESDAY, May 15, 2019

8:00 – 9:00 AM

Breakfast

Breakfast Event – Diversity in Technology
Is diversity in technology improving and how can we help? Learn more and network at this breakfast event sponsored by Barclays.

9:00 – 10:00 AM

Venafi Roadmap
Learn what’s coming from Venafi with Aaron Aubrecht, VP Product Portfolio and Strategy.

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Avoiding Common Pitfalls
Many shortcuts and mistakes are understandable, but how can we avoid them? Get tips from Mike Dodson, VP WW Customer Security Strategy & Solutions.

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Venafi Technology Network
Discover how to expand machine identity protection with news on the Venafi Technology Network marketplace and the Development Fund from Kevin Bocek, VP of Ecosystem and Threat Intelligence.

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Lunch
Share lunch with your peers and Venafi experts.

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Protecting Machine Identities in Multi-Cloud and Hybrid Environments
Hear how Venafi customers have successfully secured machine identities in complex and segmented networks, such as multi-cloud, hybrid and other transformational environments.

Venafi Customers on How They’ve Integrated Venafi with Other Technologies
Listen to this customer panel on how they’ve integrated the Venafi Platform with technologies such F5, Cygnacom, Citrix, etc., to expand Machine Identity Protection within their organizations.

Understanding and Leveraging NIST Standards for Certificates
NIST 800-57, 800-53, 1800-16… huh? If you’re wondering how to leverage NIST’s recommendations to improve security and compliance for certificates across your enterprise, this is the session for you.

2:00 – 3:00 PM

Operating Venafi in Your Cloud Environment
Advanced Technical Session. Learn how the Venafi Platform can interact with your cloud—either placing the Venafi Platform in the cloud or using the Venafi Platform to provision to the cloud.

Building an Effective Remediation Strategy
Learn how to implement a remediation strategy that prioritizes fixing certificate issues found during discovery and responding quickly to security events.

SSH Risks You Haven’t Thought About…Yet
Learn about common SSH security mistakes, why SSH keys are a powerful tool for malicious insiders and cyber attackers, and how Venafi can help.

3:00 – 3:30 PM

Break

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Give Your DevOps Teams the Automated, Policy-Driven Security They’ll Love
See how Venafi customers have fully automated key and certificate provisioning as part of the DevOps automated build process, enabling DevOps teams to substantially shorten delivery SLAs.

Did You Know You Could Do This with the Venafi Platform?
In this Venafi Technology Partner panel, discover how to take better advantage of the Venafi ecosystem.

Customer Presentation: Barclays and Venafi – Partners in Performance
Hear how Barclays’ partnership with Venafi addressed their initial concerns and then expanded to provide more value, including deployment aspects unique to Barclays.

4:30 – 5:30 PM

Automating Key & Certificate Lifecycles Within the DevOps Build Process
Advanced Technical Session. Learn strategies for automating the procurement and deployment of keys and certificates as part of the DevOps build process—fully integrating with next-gen software development platforms and CAs.

Aligning Your Business Roadmap with Your Technology Roadmap
Find out how you can align your business objectives for your machine identity protection program with your technical roadmap, using a common language and setting expectations. Includes real-world examples of problems and successful solutions.

Venafi Customer Support: Tales from the Crypto
Learn about the different Venafi Customer Support services available followed by some of their favorite stories about the challenges they’ve come across and how they fixed them.

6:00 – 9:00 PM

Dinner and Technology Partner Expo

THURSDAY, May 16, 2019

8:00 – 9:00 AM

Breakfast

9:00 – 10:00 AM

Securing Endpoint Machine Identities with Venafi Enterprise Mobility Protect
Find out how Enterprise Mobility Protect prevents endpoint machine identities from being inappropriately used to gain unauthorized access to corporate resources.

The Steps for Completing an Accurate Inventory
Advanced Technical Session. Learn how to get to a complete and accurate inventory using best practices across the different methods of discovery: CA Import, Network Discovery, Agent Discovery, Onboard Discovery, TrustNet and Scanafi.

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Uncovering Elusive Certificates with Venafi TrustNet
Discover how Venafi TrustNet delivers internet-based scanning that helps you identify hard-to-find SSL/TLS certificates associated with your brand or domain.

Using the Venafi API to Automate and Customize Your Platform Deployment
Advanced Technical Session. Get specific examples of how the Venafi API can help you drive automation, customization and integration with other technology solutions in your network.

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Closing Remarks from Jeff Hudson, Venafi CEO

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Box Lunch

Your Venafi Global Summit Pass also provides you with access to:

  • Ask the Experts during Tech Expo to question Venafi experts and see demos.
  • Professional Services and Customer Support available throughout the event.
  • Opportunities to provide feedback on the Venafi UX.
  • Early look at the new Venafi Certificate-as-a-Service Portal.
  • Birds of a feather lunches with tables grouped by different interests.

 

Featured Speakers

Jeff Hudson

Venafi CEO

Jeff Hudson is the CEO of Venafi, the market leading cybersecurity company in next-generation trust protection. A key executive in four previous and successful high-technology start-ups that have gone public, Jeff has over 25 years of leadership and management experience in information technology and security management. Jeff has spent a significant portion of his career developing and delivering leading-edge technology solutions for financial services and other Fortune-ranked organizations and government agencies.

David Mahdi

Gartner Senior Director Analyst

David Mahdi, a Research Director in IT Leaders Systems, Security and Risk at Gartner, focuses on identity and access management, authentication, and data security. David’s areas of expertise include public-key infrastructure (PKI); certificate management; enterprise, customer and citizen authentication; IAM; blockchain; IoT; and data security. Before joining Gartner, David worked in IT security for many years, with positions at SecureKey, Entrust Datacard and Sophos. He earned a B.Eng. in Electrical Engineering from Ottawa’s Carleton University.

Tony Scott

Former CIO of VMware, Microsoft, Disney, US Federal Government

Tony Scott is CEO of the Tony Scott Group, and is a Senior Advisor for Cybersecurity and Privacy at Squire Patton Boggs. Until January 2017, he served in the Obama administration as the 3rd Federal CIO for the U.S. Government. Prior to joining the Obama administration, Tony was the CIO at Vmware, CIO at Microsoft Corporation, CIO at the Walt Disney Company, and CTO at General Motors Information Systems & Services.

Paul Turner

Head of Services, Equio

Paul Turner has helped the world’s largest Global 2000 companies address key and certificate management risks for over 15 years. He has presented at and worked with such standards/policy organizations as NIST, IEEE, IETF, and ISACA. Paul is the coauthor of NIST SP 1800-16, NISTIR 7966, and the July 2012 ITL bulletin. Before founding consulting firm Equio, Paul was Venafi’s CTO of Product and Customer Solutions.

Tamila Fathi

VP Product Manager CKMS and Cloud, JPMC

Tamila Fathi has 20+ years of experience in various industries and is currently Product Manager for Keys, Certificates and Cloud Identity at JPMC. She is a highly sought-after business leader with extensive experience managing and empowering teams and implementing comprehensive business strategies and strategic roadmaps. Previously, Tamila worked at Venafi with our Fortune 100 customers as their Engagement Strategist. She created and implemented strategic initiatives with key clients to support improving their Machine Identity Maturity, while increasing their reach within their organization.

Michael Thelander

Director of Product Marketing, Venafi

Michael Thelander is Director of Product Marketing at Venafi, where he leads go-to-market strategies for the leader in machine identity protection. For 20 years, Michael has successfully brought enterprise-class solutions to market. CISSP certified, Michael has spent the last decade in the cybersecurity space. Before Venafi, Michael headed product management at security and compliance vendor Tripwire for seven years and then spent three years leading the product marketing team at authentication services provider innovation.

Tony Hadfield

Solution Architect, Venafi

Tony Hadfield is a Solution Architect at Venafi, where he works with strategic accounts in such verticals as manufacturing, retail, finance and healthcare. With over two decades of experience in cybersecurity, Tony has broad experience in antivirus protection, network security, whitelisting, and data at rest and data in motion encryption.Previous to Venafi, Tony worked at Vormetric/Thales as its principal solutions architect, as well as Harris Corporation and SignaCert.

Ivan Wallis

Senior Solution Architect, Venafi

Ivan Wallis, CISSP, is a Solutions Architect at Venafi, focusing on Venafi customers across the U.S. Western region. Boasting more than 20 years of experience in systems engineering, key management and security training, Ivan helps Venafi customers and partners architect and deliver effective enterprise data security solutions. Before joining Venafi, Ivan was lead solutions architect at Thales and SSH Communications Security.Ivan earned his BS inComputer Science and Information Systems from Carleton University.

Joseph Patrick

Professional Services Engagement Manager, Venafi

Joseph Patrick is an Engagement Manager on Venafi’s Professional Services team, where he oversees the deployment of Venafi’s Trust Protection Platform for its customers. With over 20 years information security experience, Joseph has consulted with companies in a wide swath of industries, including financial services, healthcare, retail and transportation. Joseph has been with Venafi for eight years and has a BS in Computer Science from North Carolina A&T State University.

Justin Hansen

Professional Services Delivery Manager, Venafi

Justin Hansen is the Delivery Manager on Venafi’s Professional Services team. Over his six years at Venafi, Justin has worked directly with many Global 5000 companies helping them to secure and protect their machine identities. Justin has more than 20 years of experience in identity and access management, cybersecurity and a wide range of enterprise technology solutions. He has a BA in Computer Science from the University of Idaho.

Eddie Glenn

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Venafi

Eddie Glenn is Senior Product Marketing Manager at Venafi, responsible for Venafi’s code-signing and endpoint protection solutions. Eddie has over 30 years of experience helping customers develop secure software and has published multiple articles about internet security. Co-author of The Definitive Guide to Next Generation Fraud Prevention, Eddie has degrees in computer science and electrical engineering from the University of Virginia, as well as an MBA from the University of Oregon.

Elizabeth Ireland

CMO, Venafi

Elizabeth leads Venafi’s positioning, branding and awareness, public relations, market research, analyst relations, market strategy and go-to-market execution. She is an accomplished global marketing executive with over 25 years of experience in high technology, including more than a decade in the cybersecurity industry.Prior to joining Venafi, Elizabeth was vice president of marketing and business development for Tripwire and held executive marketing roles at nCircle and Extensity.

Aaron Aubrecht

VP Products and Strategy, Venafi

Aaron Aubrecht is VP Products and Strategy at Venafi, where he designs, develops and delivers the future of enterprise machine identity protection.Prior to joining Venafi, Aaron was Senior VP at Covisint, leading the company’s transformation into a premier cloud vendor of identity and access management solutions.Aaron holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering summa cum laude from North Carolina State University and an MBA from The University of Chicago.

Mike Dodson

VP Worldwide Customer Security Strategy and Solution, Venafi

Mike Dodson is VP Worldwide Customer Security Strategy and Solutions at Venafi, where he helps Global 5000 companies protect their machine identities. With over 25 years of operational experience, Mike has a deep, practical understanding of the problems that occur in real-world IT environments.Mike earned both his BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Brigham Young University and has additional training in cryptography.

Kevin Bocek

VP Ecosystem and Threat Intelligence, Venafi

Kevin Bocek is responsible for security strategy and threat intelligence at Venafi.At Venafi, Kevin led the investigation that identified Secretary Hillary Clinton’s email server didn’t use digital certificates and encryption for the first 3 months of term.And in 2013, Kevin demonstrated how Edward Snowden used cryptographic keys and digital certificates to breach the NSA. Commentary by Kevin has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, Forbes and more.

Ben Rogers

Senior Solution Architect, Venafi

Ben Rogers is a Senior Solutions Architect at Venafi. For over 17 years, Ben has helped enterprises find and deploy the best security implementations for their business and technical needs. Ben’s experience spans the software development lifecycle, including pre-sales engineering, architecture, design, development, test, and solution implementation. His technical expertise includes cryptography, covering PKI, mainframe security and cloud security. Ben has published articles on best practices for securing cryptographic resources, identity management and key distribution.

Kevin Steinhauser

Enterprise Architect, Venafi

Kevin Steinhauser is an Enterprise Architect at Venafi, where he helps drive existing customers to maximize the use of Venafi’s Trust Protection Platform within their environments—reducing risk, increasing productivity and enabling growth. Kevin helps customers identify new and existing use cases and develops technical roadmaps to accomplish those goals. A former Venafi customer, Kevin led the design, deployment, optimization, and management of reliable, scalable and secure infrastructure environments throughout his 20-year career.

Josh Dillman

Senior Manager of Security Infrastructure at Discover

Josh Dillman is an accomplished information security leader at Discover Financial Services. As the senior manager of security infrastructure, Dillman helps protect one of the world’s most recognized brands in financial and payment services. Dillman has been with Discover for over ten years. During his time with the organization he has installed, supported and configured multiple server, software and hardware environments. In addition, Dillman has extensive experience with automated tools and management.

Justin Hansen

Professional Services Delivery Manager, Venafi

Justin Hansen is the Delivery Manager on Venafi’s Professional Services team. Over his six years at Venafi, Justin has worked directly with many Global 5000 companies helping them to secure and protect their machine identities. Justin has more than 20 years of experience in identity and access management, cybersecurity and a wide range of enterprise technology solutions. He has a BA in Computer Science from the University of Idaho.

Tyson McMurtrey

Professional Services Implementation Specialist, Venafi

Tyson McMurtrey is a Professional Services Consultant at Venafi, where he assists customers with the deployment and configuration of the Venafi Trust Protection Platform. Tyson specializes in leading maturing Venafi deployments through team onboarding and advanced use cases.Before Venafi, Tyson spent 12 years deploying enterprise IT solutions, many of them in the federal government space and has advanced practical experience in solutions design and architecture.

Bill Madell

Senior Solutions Architect, Venafi

Bill Madell is a Solutions Architect for Venafi. A PKI and identity management expert, Madell has worked previously worked for two public certificate authorities. In addition, he was a member of the CA/Browser Forum during the creation of extended validation. Madell has been with Venafi for three years and specializes in supporting banking customers in the United Kingdom.

Mark Sanders

Senior Solution Architect, Venafi

Mark Sanders is Senior Sales Engineer at Venafi, where he has had the pleasure of working with the majority of Venafi’s customers. Mark has more than25 years of experience helpingGlobal 2000 companies in the network and security domains and could talk machine identity protection for days. A native Texan, Mark also is the company’s chief raconteur of fishing and Jiu Jitsu—so be sure to introduce yourself!

Marty Milbert

Global Principal Architect, Venafi

Marty Milbert is Global Principal Architect at Venafi, where he focuses on SSH processes, procedures, architecture, risk and security. Marty helps Venafi’s global 5000 customers understand the risks they may have around SSH and what steps they need to take to protect these machine identities. Before working at Venafi, Marty was VP Enterprise Solution at encryption services provider WinMagic and Team Lead Network Security at the Federal Reserve Bank.

Aaron Everett

Enterprise Security Architect, Target

Aaron Everett is an Enterprise Security Architect and Product Owner of the Digital Certificate and Cryptographic Services team at Target. Drawing on nearly 20 years of IT and security experience at multiple software startups, Aaron is responsible for certificate, key, and secrets management as well as tokenization and cryptographic solutionsat Target. Prior to joining Target, Aaron was responsible for internal PKI design and rollout of HSM’s for EMV instant issuance at PNC Bank.

Tim Sward

Lead Security Engineer, Target

Tim Sward is Lead Security Engineer at Target where he analyzes, designs and implements IT solutions to achieve the company’s business goals. A member of Target’s Digital Certificate and Cryptography team for the last 13 years, Tim is committed to leveraging agile and DevOps methodologies that improve customer experience while delivering services at speed and scale. Tim doesn’t like ponies, and he has no problem defending this conviction.

Sandra Chrust

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Venafi

Sandra Chrust is Senior Product Marketing Manager,DevOps and Cloud Solutions at Venafi, where she helps organizations understand the value of protecting machine identities in DevOps environments. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Florida State University, Sandra earned her MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. She has worked two decades in product management and marketing roles in the healthcare, technology and information security industries.

Steve Slinger

Head of Crypto Services Infrastructure, Barclays Bank

Steve Slinger started his career in technology with Barclays Bank PLC, leading teams in a number of diverse areas from Service Management through to Data Centre Operations and Cryptographic Key Management. After a short stint with the Lloyds Banking Group implementing secure technologies in both Application and Network security, he re-joined Barclays in 2018 as Head of Cryptography Services and Infrastructure. He is responsible for operating and transforming cryptographic services throughout the bank’s technology envelope.

Carl Bourne

Senior Solution Architect, Venafi

Carl Bourne, Enterprise DevOps Strategy and Solutions Architect at Venafi, has over 20 years of experience helping Global 5000 companies create secure, automated processes for their operating technology. In his position at Venafi, Carl helps his customers automate lifecycles for SSL/TLS security assets across critical business infrastructures. He also helps organizations protect the machine identities of their containers and microservices while helping them integrate these processes by leveragingDevOps orchestration technologies and CI/CD tooling.

Ryan Treat

Senior Product Manager, Venafi

Ryan Treat is a Senior Product Manager at Venafi responsible for integrating the Venafi platform with a variety of machine-identity dependent technologies used by Global 5000 companies. Boasting more than 20 years’ experience in information security and IT operations, Ryan has helped customer companies implement such powerful features as adaptable frameworks, onboard discovery, domain whitelisting, bulk provisioning and custom fields. Ryan has a BS degrees in computer science and civil engineering.

Mark Miller

Senior Solutions Architect, Venafi

Mark Miller is Senior Director, Enterprise Security Support, at Venafi, where he works with hundreds of the world’s largest companies to develop and implement strong, resilient cybersecurity strategies across a constantly evolving set of interlocking technologies. For almost 20 years, Mark has focused on building and leading strong teams to solve difficult product issues. His diverse IT background includes experience in support, training, development, quality assurance, sales engineering and professional services.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I attend the Venafi Machine Identity Protection Global Summit?

For business leaders, this one-of-a-kind strategy and networking event will expand your vision and offer strategies to raise the priority of machine identity protection in your organization. You’ll learn the fundamentals for planning a machine identity protection program and connect with peers who are knowledgeable and passionate about machine identity protection.

For technology professionals, you will learn how to leverage the Venafi platform and partner ecosystem to maximize your machine identity protection deployment. You’ll increase your value to your organization when you learn how to automate your machine identity protection program through APIs and see the full scope of machine identities used in your business.

What are the pricing details?

Early Bird Price: through 3/15/19 $695

Regular price 2019 – $895

First 300 to Register – $0

Who from my organization should attend?

There is a Business Track for those in your organization who are focused on strategy and planning for machine identity protection. This track will run from 6:00 pm on Monday, May 13 through 12:00 pm on Wednesday, May 15 and will cover topics such as: Building Planning and Prioritizing a Machine Identity Protection Program, Enabling Your Organization to Secure All Machine Identities, Supporting DevOps and FastIT, Creating a Holistic Machine Identity Protection Strategy in the Cloud, Using Venafi to Support New Security Requirements and more.

There is also a Technical Track for those who are hands-on users of the Venafi platform. This track will run from 6:00 pm on Monday, May 13 through 12:00 pm on Thursday, May 16 and will cover topics such as: Best Practices from Your Peers, Advanced Adaptable Powershell, DevOps Integrations, Certificate Lifecycle Management, Advanced WebSDK, SSH Key Risks and Best Practices, Code Signing 101, How Venafi Products Help with Audits, Best Practices for EMP, Deployment and more.

What is the conference schedule?

Monday, May 13, 2019
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Registration and Opening Reception

Tuesday, May 14, 2019
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast
9:00 am – 5:00 pm General Sessions, Business Track, User Track
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Dinner and Activity at Sea World

Wednesday, May 15, 2019
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast
9:00 am – 12:00 pm Business Track
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Technical Track
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Dinner and Technology Partner Expo

Thursday, May 16, 2019
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast
9:00 am – 12:00 pm Technical Track
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Boxed Lunch To-Go

What’s included with my registration?

All meals and activities on the agenda are included. Attendees are responsible for their own flights, accommodations, and transportation to and from the conference venue.

Where do I get my conference badge?

There will be a registration desk upon your arrival to the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld. Your agenda, badge, and packet will be available there.

What is the conference dress code?

Dress code is business casual.

How can I convince my manager that attending the Venafi Machine Identity Protection Global Summit will benefit our company?

Simply download this Justification Letter Template, fill in the details, and send it to your manager.

Whom do I contact with questions about the conference?

Send any questions or comments to [email protected].

Where will the conference take place?

The Machine Identity Protection Global Summit 2019: Venafi Customer Strategies for Success will be held at:

Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld
6677 Sea Harbor Drive
Orlando, FL 32821, US

Do I book my own hotel and flights?

Attendees are responsible for their own flights, hotel accommodations, and transportation to and from the conference venue. We have negotiated a rate for you (see below). Rooms will book quickly, so reserve yours now using this link.

Is there a discount code for booking a room at the venue?

We have negotiated a rate of $179/night with a $20 resort fee/night at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld. Rooms will book quickly so reserve yours now using this link.

Can my family join me at the conference?

Your family is welcome to join you in Orlando. They will love the weather, the venue, and the proximity to local attractions! All meals provided by the conference are for attendees only.

On May 14, we will hand out wristbands so your family can join us for after-hours use of Mako rollercoaster at SeaWorld from 8:30pm -10:00pm. The coaster will be closed to the public, our group can take as many rides as we can handle in that timeframe!

What is the weather like in Orlando in May?

Temperature

Humidity

Pressure

High

93 °F

100% (May 13, 11:53 pm)

30.27 “Hg (May 13, 11:53 pm)

Low

64 °F

29% (May 7, 3:53 pm)

29.75 “Hg (May 27, 4:23 pm)

Average

76 °F

80%

30.03 “Hg

How should I get from the Orlando airport to the venue?

Uber, Lyft, and taxis are all readily available from the Orlando Airport (MCO).

JUSTIFICATION LETTER

Need to Convince Your Manager?

Want to come but wondering how to get your boss to buy-in? No problem! We make it easy with our customizable justification letter. Simply download the letter, add anything you’d like to our already compelling case, send it to your boss, and get ready to reserve your space.

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