In this webinar, you will learn about
What we will see in 2024: Generative AI. Convergence. Automation. Risk Focus.

IGA (Identity Governance & Administration) is changing. We see functional changes and enhancements such as embedded AI/ML features including the use of generative AI, as well as increasingly integration with Application Access Management. The latter is about solutions that manage access to LoB (Line of Business Applications) such as SAP, Oracle eBusiness Suite, JD Edwards, Salesforce, SuccessFactors, and many others in depth. They help in enforcing the least privilege principle, managing correct implementation and execution of SoD (Segregation of Duties) controls, managing critical entitlements, and overall application risk.

Will this help solving the IGA challenges? Will generative AI and automation fill the skills gap? Will RBAC (Risk Based Access Control) help reducing recertification workloads? Will all this help us lowering the cost of compliance?

Speakers' Contributions

Keri Bowman, Sr. Director Product Marketing at Pathlock, and Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will talk about a range of aspects concerning the state and future of IGA and LoB Application Access Management.

IGA and LoB Application Access Management: What We’ll See in 2024
Keri Bowmann Sr. Director Product Marketing
Keri Bowmann
An accredited CISA, Keri has 14+ years of experience leading risk management solutions, governance program implementations and performance improvement initiatives. Keri is a subject matter expert in SAP security design, Separation of Duties and Sensitive Access risk ruleset creation and...
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Martin Kuppinger Principal Analyst
Martin Kuppinger
Martin Kuppinger is Founder and Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole, a leading analyst company for identity focused information security, both in classical and in cloud environments. Prior to KuppingerCole, Martin wrote more than 50 IT-related books and is known  as a widely-read columnist...
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