Identity Information Quality
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Tuesday, October 22, 2013 TIME: 4:00pm CEST, 10:00am EDT, 7:00am PDT
Identity Information Quality has been a challenge since the early days of IAM, and it remains top of the list in many projects. Good quality of identity information is the foundation of any information security initiative. In this webinar, we will discuss strategies and solutions to improve identity data quality.
Technically, it is feasible to synchronize and exchange identity data with various systems. But what about the orphaned accounts? What about inaccuracies in HR systems? Everyone who has dealt with IAM in global organizations is well-aware of the latter challenge: Not every source for HR-based identity data provides the same level of quality. Nowadays, when dealing not only with employees and some few business partners but with all the partners and customers, this becomes an even bigger challenge. Social logins and other sources with limited trustworthiness, the concepts of BYOI (Bring Your Own Identity) – they create a new challenge for Information Security professionals. How good are these? To which degree can we base access control decisions on that information? How to improve quality of that information, for instance by combining various sources?
This webinar is a great opportunity to prepare yourself for the KuppingerCole Information Risk & Security Summit on 27th and 28th November in Frankfurt.
Business models are changing, customer relationships are changing, and business partnerships are far more volatile than ever before. Workloads are shifting to the cloud and to as-a-service models. Businesses are looking to provide more and more digital services to their customers and consumers via apps and integrate with devices and things. Digital Identity is at the center of these digital transformations.
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