Bridging (the gap between) Access Governance and Privileged User Management … and they lived happily ever after!
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 TIME: 4:00pm CEST, 10:00am EDT, 7:00am PDT
Access Governance (modeling a desired state, then detecting and remediating risks deriving from any deviation from such a model) and Privileged User Management (controlling the activity of the SysAdmins, operating at the system level) have been historically taught as a single mantra within Identity Management lectures, but ultimately treated as different technologies and implementation projects.
Martin Kuppinger, Founder and Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole, in this webinar will provide his view on an integrated approach for Full Access Governance, integrating Privilege Management. He will also define different functional areas for Privilege Management and show where integration is the first choice and where specific Privilege Management solutions might still be needed. He takes a view at all aspects of Privilege Management.
In the second part, Marco Venuti, Vice President - Alliances of CrossIdeas, will talk about their view on an integrated approach for Access Governance and Privilege Management, based on their best practice experiences from various projects.
Founded in 2011, CrossIdeas is a leading player of Identity Governance Solutions, enabling organizations to achieve their Compliance, Audit and Access Risk Management objectives. Fortune 500 companies run IDEAS, CrossIdeas' Identity Governance platform, to harmoniously manage people, applications and access entitlements. CrossIdeas is headquartered in Rome and can be reached at www.crossideas.com
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