This meeting is a one-day event aimed at Ascure, Belgium and is organized in cooperation with Kuppinger Cole and EEMA.

This workshop will discuss the approach and importance for setting up Role Life Cycle Management in your IAM Program. Currently many enterprises are investing in having a dynamic RBAC-Role Model but do forget to organize them selves by setting in place a framework for their role model. Role Life Cycle Management has all to do with vision and strategy and is closely related to GRC issues.

In this workshop our customers are centralized and we will focus on their issues, questions and opinions. To discuss those we will have a panel available and they will share their opinions and vision on this topic.

How to deal with this will be exposed in today's workshop.

This one-day workshop will be invaluable for delegates who wish to maintain and increase their knowledgebase. It is aimed at all stakeholders who have an influence on (federated) I&AM management processes, policy, systems and the impact on commercial and business applications and services.

These meetings are free to eema members but are limited by space, register your interest with and join us on 5 th March; Non members may attend for a fee of 200 euro.

If you are available to host or speak at any of our regional interest group meetings, please contact Roger Dean ( )

Agenda: 5. March 2009

09.30 – 10.00 Doors open & coffee

10.00 – 10.10 Welcome by Chairman
Agenda and scope of the day's programme

10.10 – 10.20 Round Table Introductions
Your chance to learn of delegates work areas and specific interest in the meeting.

10.30 – 10.40 Introduction eema
Snap shot of eema (European Association for e-identity and security)

10.40 – 11.15 Martin Kuppinger (Founder and Senior Analyst, Kuppinger Cole )
Trends in Enterprise Role Management and GRC

Role Management is amongst the Top 3 investment areas in IAM and GRC, according to the annual IAM survey run by Kuppinger Cole. The topic is maturing, moving from pure IT to Business/Enterprise Role Management and becoming an essential part of any GRC initiative and platform. Martin Kuppinger talks about the trends amongst Enterprise Role Management, GRC, and Role Lifecycle Management from an analysts perspective.

11.15 – 11.30 Coffee / Tea

11.30 – 12.00 Filip De Wolf (CEO Ascure) & Dave Vijzelman (IAM Consultant, Ascure)
GRC and Role Management – Get organized!

GRC is closely related to Role management issues and we have to guarantee that it is properly implemented and integrated. This presentation will vision a strategy on how to implement GRC into a framework for Role life cycle management.

12.00 – 12.20 Rishi Garrod (Program Manager Eurekify, CA)
Why Not Start Now!

Are you afraid of implementing roles in your organization? Are you being told that your organisation is not mature enough to implement a role model. Don't believe a word of it, roles are designed to help not hinder. Let us show you how you can start right now.

12.20 – 12.40 Melvis Hadzic (Principle Sales Consultant, Oracle)
Use your Actual State Administration to report, attest and to control

Creating first real live deployment with an Actual State Administration, reporting, attesting and controlling your user entitlement combination within a very short time. This is a best practice from Oracle, today used in EMEA where customer benefit from a first phase deliverables.

12.40 – 13.40 Lunch

13.40 – 14.00 Real Case Example(s)

14.00 – 15.00 Round-table session

15.00 – 15.15 Wrap up :
Future meetings – Coffee / Tea