Courion to Lead Webinar on Access Certification

Jan 11, 2010, 09:05 ET from Courion Corporation

FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Jan. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Courion® Corporation, leaders in access governance, provisioning and compliance, today announced that Kurt Johnson, vice president of corporate development, will lead a Web seminar on January 19th aimed at enterprises that want to develop an effective strategy for Access Certification.

As compliance becomes an increasingly important business driver, companies across industries are learning the most efficient ways to manage access across the enterprise, including internal, Cloud, SaaS, and virtualized applications. This webinar will present the keys to developing a successful Access Certification strategy and present case studies of companies who have done this successfully.

    Who:    Kurt Johnson, vice president of corporate development, Courion
    What:   Courion will provide a free webinar titled, "Keys to a Successful
            Access Certification Strategy"
    When:   The Courion presentation will take place on Tuesday, January 19 at
            11 am ET
    Where:  Register through the Courion Web site at:

About Courion

Courion's award-winning Access Assurance solutions are used by more than four hundred organizations and over 9 million users worldwide to quickly and easily solve their most complex identity and access management (password management, provisioning, and role management), risk and compliance challenges. Courion's business-driven approach results in unparalleled customer success by ensuring users' access rights and activities are compliant with policy while supporting both security and business objectives. For more information, please visit our website at, our blog at, or on Twitter at

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    Rachel Weeks                      Davies Murphy Group
    Courion Corporation     

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