Moving from Prohibition to Trust in Access Control: Identity Management for Government in the On Premises and Cloud Era

LOCATION: Canberra, Australia DATE: Tuesday, December 03, 2013 TIME: 07:30 - 10:00 AEDT

Managing and governing access to systems and information, both on-premise and in the cloud, needs to be well architected to embrace and extend existing building blocks and help organizations moving forward towards a more flexible, future-proof IT infrastructure. Join KuppingerCole APAC in this Breakfast Debate to find out how to best move from old school, prohibition based security to trust in access control.
  • Do you know who has access to your protected Government systems?
  • Who authorises access for staff, partners and members of the public?
  • Can you identify when access policy has been violated?
  • Are your cloud identities securely provisioned?
  • Can your staff use their cloud identities for federation?
  • Do you have single sign-on between your on-premise and cloud applications?
  • Are you concerned about Mobile access to your networks?
  • Are you doing Identity Provisioning?

If these are questions that you have in your organisation then come along to a free Executive Breakfast at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Tuesday December 3rd (7.30am to 10.00am) and hear about the launch of Europe´s leading Identity & Access Management analyst company to Australian users, and the availability of the KuppingerCole expert Analysis, Research & Advisory services. The Executive Breakfast event is being held just prior to the start of the FutureGov conference in the Canberra Conference Centre.

The speakers will be Andrew Nash and Graham Williamson. Andrew Nash is the Keynote speaker. He recently has joined KuppingerCole as a fellow analyst. Formerly he was Director of Identity Services at Google and PayPal and he is a board member at Open ID Foundation and Open Identity eXchange. He was CTO at Sonoa Systems and Reactivity working on XML and Web Services Gateways. As Director of Technologies at RSA Security, Andrew worked on a wide range of identity systems. A leader in PKI and Web-Services markets; he has co-authored numerous Web Services security specifications and is author of a book on Public Key Infrastructure. Andrew was recognized by InfoWorld as one of the "Top 25 Most Influential CTO´s of 2006”. Andrew Nash is a guest speaker at FutureGov. 

Graham Williamson Director of KuppingerCole (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd will be the other speaker. Graham has led Identity & Access Management projects in Australia, New Zealand and Asia over the last 10 years for many Government, Commercial, Aviation and Telecommunications clients such as Telstra SENSIS, Cathay Pacific Airlines, Northern Territory Government, Queensland Government and a number of major Australian Universities. Graham Williamson is the author of ‘Identity Management - A Primer’ available at Amazon books

As part of the Executive Breakfast we will be announcing the establishment of KuppingerCole (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd. bringing the expert analysis and research services of KuppingerCole, the premier provider of identity and access management advisory services in Europe, to Australia & New Zealand. All attendees at the Executive Breakfast will receive a free 30 days online access to the KuppingerCole Select Access program and one of the recent KuppingerCole Advisory Reports.

Registration starts at 7.15am

Business & Technology Breakfast

Moving from Prohibition to Trust in Access Control: Identity Management for Government in the On Premises and Cloud Era

Contact person:

Mr. Graham Williamson
+61 412 750 000
  • Dec 03, 2013 07:30 - 10:00 AEDT Canberra, Australia