February 26, 2019

Heading to RSA? Come Hang With Idaptive.

Danny Kibel – Idaptive CEO
Danny Kibel Chief Executive Officer
Visit Idaptive at RSA

RSA 2019 is upon us! Next week, we’ll gather in San Francisco to empower technology leaders with the knowledge and insights needed to stay one step ahead of cyber threats. Even the most seasoned cybersecurity professionals can’t help but get excited about one of the biggest events of the year. I know I’m excited to check out the latest security tech and rub shoulders with the best and brightest in the field.

This year’s conference theme is simply “Better” which coincides perfectly with the recent launch of our new Next-Gen Access Cloud. At Idaptive, we always strive to provide better, frictionless security solutions for our customers and are eager to show RSA 2019 exactly what “Better” means to us.

Go hands-on with the future of identity

Make your first stop at RSA the Idaptive booth (#S235) to hear about the future of identity and access. We’ll have several live demo stations featuring our Next-Gen Access Cloud.

Our identity and access management solutions secure access everywhere through a zero trust approach. The Next-Gen Access Cloud is the first of its kind, combining single sign-on (SSO), adaptive multi-factor authentication (MFA), endpoint and mobile context and behavior analytics. Through a demo, experience for yourself how our platform intelligently verifies and validates people, devices and services.

Corey Williams, our VP of Business Strategy & Product Marketing and Archit Lohokare, our Chief Product Officer, will be discussing what zero trust means – and why it’s so important for security – in our booth theater at 11am and 1pm PT on Tuesday (3/5), Wednesday (3/6), and Thursday (3/7).

Meet our partners

Idaptive has an ecosystem of partners jointly delivering innovative solutions, creating our Zero Trust Environment. Together, we innovate and integrate our products to provide even better solutions. At RSA, visitors will have the chance to hear from our partners about zero trust and Next-Gen Access.

Our theatre will be hopping with speakers from Yubico, Forcepoint, F5, IDSA, CSA and Identropy. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for our scheduling updates!

Hey now, get your game on, go play (with a Nintendo Switch)

You don’t want to miss this. We’ve got a couple of prize drawings and giveaways throughout RSA, including a DJI Spark drone, Oculus Go VR headset, and even a Nintendo Switch console.

In order to qualify, you’ll need to stop by our booth and take our short, four-question survey about cybersecurity before the end of the day on Tuesday (3/5) and Wednesday (3/6). Then, come back at 5 p.m. PT each day to find out if you’ve won.

Register today

Still need a pass for RSA? We’ve got you covered. Register here for a free expo pass. See you in San Francisco!

Danny Kibel

Danny Kibel – Idaptive CEO
Chief Executive Officer

Danny Kibel is Chief Executive Officer at Idaptive, leading the overall strategy and vision for this newcomer to the identity and access management market. Under Danny’s direction, Idaptive is establishing its Next-Gen Access Cloud platform as the cornerstone of the Zero Trust approach to security, securing access for everyone, everywhere and on every device.

Prior to taking the helm at Idaptive, Danny was Vice President of Engineering & Operations at Centrify, where he led the development and delivery of the company’s cloud identity and mobility products.

With more than 20 years of experience designing, developing and delivering software, Danny has combined his deep technical background and strong business perspective to help create and deliver innovative products and solutions for enterprise software companies worldwide. Prior to his leadership roles at Idaptive and Centrify, he was a senior director at ServiceNow, leading several teams that automated and managed application releases in cloud environments. Before that, Danny was a senior software manager at Cisco for nearly eight years. Earlier in his career, he led the delivery and solutions team for a startup company that was later acquired by Cisco.

Danny graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with a degree in computer science and later earned an MBA in marketing and technology management from Tel Aviv University.


If Danny could have any chameleon-like superpower, it would be the chameleon's 360-degree vision. In the wild, the chameleon is faced with opportunities (a yummy grasshopper hanging about), as well as dangers (a snake lurking nearby, or a hawk flying up above), so having 360- degree vision helps the chameleon evolve while protecting it from predators. “Similarly, to run a successful business, one needs to have a wide perspective of the market, technology, opportunities and challenges.”