Kuppinger Cole Trend Report IAM and GRC 2009-2019
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Thursday, October 02, 2008 TIME: 15:00 - 16:00
Investments in IAM and GRC have to solve current needs – but what about the future? With IAM and GRC building the cornerstones of a holistic security infrastructure, decisions within these areas are fundamentally influencing corporate IT and therefore should remain valid beyond a scope of some two or five years from now. For sure, things will change and technologies will evolve. But there are trends which can help in supporting decisions on IAM and GRC investments and reducing the risk of these decisions.
The Kuppinger Cole Trend Report IAM and GRC 2009-2019 provides helpful insight into our research results, covering the short-term, mid-term and long-term trends in Identity and Access Management (IAM) as well as GRC (Governance, Risk Management, Compliance). What might change in the areas of identity administration, authentication and authorization is highlighted as well as the expectations we have for the auditing and GRC space. Trends for identity services are covered as well. The report provides an compact but still comprehensive insight on Kuppinger Cole’s current view of the trends in IAM and GRC.
During this webinar, Martin Kuppinger will present the key results of the Kuppinger Cole Trend Report IAM and GRC 2009-2019.
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