Next-Generation Identity Management
Leverage your Investments by Putting Access Governance in the Centre
- TYPE: Workshop DATE: April 17, 2012 TIME: 10:00-13:00
In this workshop, you will explore how governance-based identity management helps companies holistically manage their evolving IT environments in light of today's business realities. You will gain knowledge of best practices for implementing this new approach to identity management without disrupting existing processes or deployed technologies. We will make recommendations on how to chart your path from manual/legacy approaches to a new generation of identity management solutions.
Managing identity has never been more challenging. Enterprises are under pressure to run efficient operations and provide visibility into every aspect of the organization – and to accomplish these objectives with smaller budgets and less staff. To keep pace with today’s new infrastructure challenges, organizations must shift the way they think about identity management. Heavyweight, monolithic identity management solutions are becoming relics of the past. The key to moving ahead is to rethink your approach – to become more business-centric and more modular in how you define your identity management requirements.
This workshop is designed for IT operations, security managers, and IdM project managers who want to design a successful path for their identity management program. During the workshop, identity management experts, Darran Rolls, CTO of SailPoint, and Mat Hamlin, Sr. Product Manager, will discuss the issues involved.
The workshop will be moderated by Martin Kuppinger.
Room: Ammersee I
Continuing Education Credits
After attending this workshop you will be able to:
- Identify the new identity management ecosystem: managing user provisioning, lifecycle management and compliance business processes while integrating seamlessly with existing identity infrastructure and adjacent technologies;
- Address security for the cloud environment: How to extend enterprise identity management to address governance and compliance for SaaS and cloud based applications that currently fall outside of IT’s control;
- Craft a sustainable identity management strategy: How to address immediate security, compliance and service-delivery requirements while incorporating a long term strategy for business improvement and operational efficiency.
This Workshop qualifies for 4 Group Learning based CPEs
Learning level: Overview
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- Apr 17, 2012 10:00-13:00
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