Posts by Steve Cacciaroni

Steve is Director of Business Development at Centrify with a focus on driving key strategic partnerships. Steve’s background includes more than a decade in digital security and SaaS respectively. Steve has held positions with market leaders in the security space, including Intel Security where Steve helped IoT device manufacturers offer “security built-in”. He has also held positions at Proofpoint and WebEx.

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Centrify Selected as a Box Trust Partner

By , December 6, 2017

Over the past few months, it seems Centrify can’t escape the winner’s circle. This all began with positive recognition from revered industry analyst firm Forrester when they positioned Centrify as leaders in both of the Privileged Identity Management and recent IDaaS Waves. In fact, we are the only identity vendor who appears in both Waves, let alone be positioned as leaders in both. The winning streak continues! Centrify is proud to announce that we have been selected to join the Box Trust ecosystem. To show real dedication in keeping their customers’ data safe, Box has assembled a network of hand-selected…

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Thoughts from the 2017 AWS Summit in San Francisco

By , April 25, 2017

One of the things I love about partnering with Amazon Web Services is how often they are in front of their user community. In addition to their large, annual user conference called RE:Invent, AWS hosts several smaller regional summits throughout the year. As an APN partner, Centrify had the opportunity to participate in last week’s AWS Summit in San Francisco. We were lucky to be able to visit with a nice cross-section of AWS users — users across multiple industries, many of which were in the Fortune 1000. It was great meeting with these organizations and across the board, companies…

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How Centrify Can Help AWS Customers Comply with New HIPAA CSP Regulations

By , October 20, 2016

New HIPAA regulations are driving heightened security around electronic protected health information (ePHI) and Cloud Service Providers (CSP). These regulations detail the types of security for data in the cloud, as you might expect, but they also focus on securing and controlling the access to cloud systems, infrastructure and data. In the simplest terms, this means healthcare companies and their business associates (BA), need to focus on securing and managing resources IN the cloud, as well as securing and managing access TO the cloud. This can be broken down to mean that healthcare companies need to: Ensure cloud resources are…