Alliance announces restructuring, unveils new Identity and Access Forum
The Secure Technology Alliance today unveiled changes to streamline its organization structure and membership levels to facilitate more efficient use of its collective resources and stimulate even greater member collaboration across its self-guided affiliated groups including The U.S. Payments Forum (USPF), as well as its other working groups and industry councils.
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