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Hitachi ID Systems Sponsors Five International IT Conferences in April

CALGARY, March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Hitachi ID Systems, an analyst-recognized leader in Identity and Access Management, will exhibit its best-of-breed solutions at five major IT events in April 2014.

"Identity and Access Management is a critical component in the overall enterprise security systems employed by most companies across all industries," states Gideon Shoham, CEO Hitachi ID Systems. "These diverse IT events allow us to present our high-demand solutions to a broad audience. Our success in the global IAM market stems from the need for cost-effective and scalable IAM solutions, such as those offered by Hitachi ID."

Hitachi ID's April Conferences and Events include:

North America Computer Audit, Control and Security Conference (CACS) offers attendees customized learning experiences, world-class networking opportunities and leading industry insight. This event will be held in Las Vegas April 28-30 -- and Hitachi ID will be in booth 502. If you are interested in attending, please contact Ronnie Maleki to take advantage of a 20% discount off the standard rates of the conference when registering before April 24th, 2014.

The Infosec World Conference & Expo, held in Orlando and managed by the MIS Training Institute, offers over 70 sessions addressing the most pertinent IT security challenges facing the industry today.  Hitachi ID will be there April 7-9 in Booth 313.  If you are interested in attending, use discount code OS14/VDIS when registering over the phone to receive a 20% discount on Full Conference passes.

Designed with IT service and technical support professionals in mind, the HDI Annual Conference & Expo is one of the largest and most-respected technical support educational events.  Hitachi ID will attend in Booth 616 at the Gaylord Palms resort April 1-4. If you are interested in attending, use the promotional code HDI2014E (case sensitive) upon registering <https://www.hdiconference.com/register.aspx> to receive a discount of $200.

ServiceNow customers will converge at Knowledge14 -- a learning and networking experience for all service-centric IT professionals and the most valuable event of the year for the service-oriented enterprise.  Hitachi ID will attend the event at the Moscone Center in San Francisco April 27- May 1 in Booth 331.  If you qualify and are interested in attending, please contact Ronnie Maleki for one of our limited discount passes.

Infosecurity Europe is Europe's number one Information Security event.  Hitachi ID will exhibit at the London event April 29 to May 1 in stand J81.

SOURCE Hitachi ID Systems, Inc.

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