One IT, One Identity: Mastering the Security Challenge in the Age of Digital Transformation
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Thursday, October 22, 2015 TIME: 5:00pm CEST, 11:00am EST, 8:00am PST
Taking Back Control of your Access Management
Managing access to information requires new thinking about identities and access. Only that will enable us to manage and restrict access to information as needed. Simply said, Identity and Access Management is becoming bigger than ever before and it is one of the essential foundations to make the IoT and the digital transformation of businesses work.
The target is One IT, not a separation of Cloud IT and On-Premise IT. However, there are still many offerings which are cloud-only, even while it is obvious that the reality for most organizations will remain hybrid.
In this webinar you will learn about:
- Why access management is becoming more and more complex
- How to handle new AM requirements
- Why One AM solution independent from the environment is worthwhile
- How you can take back control of your access management
In the second part Brandon Whichard from IBM will talk about the IBM Security Access Manager which enables businesses to more securely adopt web, mobile, and cloud technologies by reducing access management complexities and simplifies user access management for employees, contractors, partners as well as consumers.
Cybercriminals are growing in number and sophistication, rendering traditional perimeter solutions powerless against today’s advanced threats.
IBM Security, with 6,000 dedicated professionals in more than 130 countries, delivers intelligent, integrated security technology and services to out-think cybercriminals, discover advanced threats and prevent breaches. We focus on the most critical needs of our clients: optimizing their security program; stopping advance threats; safeguarding their critical assets; and securing cloud and mobile.
Today, the Security Operations Center (SOC) is at the heart of enterprise security management. Security analysts in most SOCs are still relying on traditional SIEM systems as a core platform for their daily operations. These are the primary tools to monitor and analyze security alerts coming from the various systems across the enterprise and to take actions against detected threats. However, the rapidly growing number and sophistication of modern advanced cyber-attacks make running a SOC an increasingly challenging task even for the largest enterprises with their fat budgets for IT security.
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