The conference is held in Washington D.C., at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. Justice will participate on the May 16 “Identity in Cybersecurity” panel, 10:15-11 a.m. He will be joined by three other panelists and a moderator.
More than 1,500 participants will engage with every aspect of the industry across segments that include biometrics, identity access management, fraud prevention and identity.
The conference is sponsored by One World Identity; the K(NO)W Identity Conference is an inclusive and neutral platform. Some of the world’s most influential business leaders, privacy and security experts, technology innovators and senior policymakers from 300 companies will attend to discuss the future of identity.
The four cybersecurity panelists, including Justice, will explore the interplay between identity and security by discussing topics including access management and control, insider threats and social engineering. As a member of the Business Executives for National Security organization, Justice is a highlyrecognized cybersecurity expert, with more than 15 years’ experience developing technology and cyber solutions that support national security missions for the Defense Department and the intelligence community.
“I’m honored and grateful to have been recommended by colleagues at the BENS organization to represent MacB at such a high-profile conference event,” Justice said. “In today’s environment amid our nation’s most pressing cybersecurity challenges, my participation as both a panelist and speaker could not come at a more opportune time to help address the management of identity access, fraud prevention, future technology needs and a host of other pressing issues.”
The conference is held May 15-17. For more information or to register, visit the event website.