It’s getting harder for organizations and governments to establish and maintain trust with consumers in today’s demanding environment. Data is continuously flowing through worldwide networks, the acceleration of commerce is what fuels the global economy, and more than ever connectivity is essential between people, places and things. But these connections and interactions are more vulnerable than ever. Digital security environments have become complex and distributed. Regulations are constantly changing, there’s an IT skills shortage, and cybercrime is a real threat. All the while, consumers are demanding more privacy alongside an easy user experience. So, the stakes have never been higher. And the need for trusted payments, identities and data has never been greater.
Join us to explore how Entrust can help provide seamless, secure interactions so that people can confidently make payments, cross borders, log onto networks, enter buildings, and shop online.
Speaker: Jenn Markey, Product Marketing Director
Jenn Markey leads product marketing for Entrust’s Identity business segment. She is responsible to help build the company’s profile in the identity and access management (IAM) market, customer footprint, and strategic business value. Jenn brings 25+ years of high tech sector experience to her current position, predominantly in senior marketing and product management roles across many different technology domains including security, SaaS, IoT, telecom, and semiconductors.
Speaker: Samantha Mabey, Product Marketing Management Director of Certificate Solutions
Samantha Mabey is a Product Marketing Management Director of Certificate Solutions at Entrust Datacard. The Certificate Solutions portfolio - which includes PKI, SSL, IoT and digital signatures - is built on decades of expertise, and supports business as they strive to establish a higher level of public and private trust. Samantha is responsible for driving the marketing, strategy and communications of the private trust offerings within the portfolio.
Join us after the presentation as we pop a bottle of the vintage chosen by sommelier, Rachel DeAmbrose, who will provide a brief tasting on the wine you’ll receive as a “thank you” for attending the event.
Rachel DeAmbrose attended the International Culinary Center in New York City for Intensive Sommelier Training and achieved Certified Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers. She continued training as an intern for a single vintage grower in Champagne, France before returning to the US to accept a position as a wine steward at world renowned Bern's Steak House.
Rachel was quickly promoted to Assistant Sommelier and soon after Sommelier, the first woman and youngest sommelier in Bern’s history, making her way through the vast James Beard award winning wine cellar of rare and extremely sought after vintages. She now hosts private wine events globally at venues hand-picked for their wine cellars.Be sure to provide the best address to send your wine on the registration form.