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CensorNet CEO to Speak at MSP World Spring Conference on Identity, Access Management and Security in the Cloud

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 30, 2016) - CensorNet, the complete cloud security company, today announced its CEO Ed Macnair will talk about the challenges of enterprise security and the importance of identity and access management in today's digital workplace on April 4 at 12:45 PM at MSP World 2016 in Florida. CensorNet is a Gold sponsor and will showcase its latest product offerings and host several technology sessions in booth #14.

"Our workplace has become digital and enterprise IT security needs to change to keep up with the evolution of how we work today. The growth in the use of cloud applications, together with an increasingly mobile workforce using multiple devices, is putting organizations under immense pressure to simultaneously encourage productivity and protect sensitive data. These changes present MSPs with a tremendous opportunity to get ahead of the market and offer their customers a solution that address the security challenges organizations face today," says Ed Macnair, CEO of CensorNet. "MSPs are key to our go to market strategy and our unified security platform enables MSPs to provide their customers with greater visibility and granular control of web, cloud applications and email use. We have a compelling proposition to help MSPs seize this market opportunity immediately."

MSPWorld® provides a vendor-agnostic focus of supporting Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and their respective ecosystems. The conference is driven by those that have actual real-world experiences and successes in the managed services industry as a managed service provider.

Whether it is an insider who takes advantage of an over privileged account, or a hacker who uses an open port to move through the network until he or she finds a super user account using default passwords, many of today's security problems eventually come down to weak access and authentication processes. Add to this the forces of change in the way we do business, cloud, social, BYOD and mobile, and the security challenges multiply.

During his presentation, CensorNet CEO Ed Macnair will discuss how enterprise IT security needs to evolve to meet the changing work environment and why the old paradigm of a modular approach is no longer enough. He will highlight the advantages of taking a holistic approach that includes a 360 view across the key threat vector such as web, cloud application and email as well as authentication to granular levels of cloud access control. In addition, Ed will explain how MSPs can meet the security challenges of today and the threats of tomorrow.

When: Monday, April 4 at 12:45 PM
Where: Swan Dolphin Orlando, Orlando Florida
What: Ed Macnair will lead the discussion, "Identity, Access Management and Security in the Cloud."

To learn more about CensorNet's approach to cloud security, stop by booth #14 at the conference or contact David Adleman, David.adelman@censornet.com.

About CensorNet
CensorNet, the complete cloud security company, helps more than 4000 organizations and over 1.3 million users worldwide, step up to the challenge of managing the rise of cloud applications in an increasingly mobile work environment. CensorNet Unified Security Service (USS) is a new-generation, comprehensive cloud-based cyber security solution that provides organizations with greater visibility and control of web access, cloud application use, adaptive multi-factor authentication and email security in one single manageable dashboard. It gives organizations the power to address the security, audit, compliance and productivity issues associated with the growing use of cloud applications and devices; regardless of whether users are in-office or mobile. CensorNet USS also enables organizations to control Shadow IT and safely implement BYOD initiatives. The company is headquartered in Basingstoke, UK with further offices in San Francisco, US; Copenhagen, Denmark and Munich, Germany. For more information, please visit www.censornet.com.