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  •  TYPE: Track   DATES: May 10 - May 11, 2017
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Getting Ready for the New European Privacy Regulation (GDPR) - I

Getting Ready for the New European Privacy Regulation (GDPR) - II

The Future of Identity

Artificial Intelligence (Machine Learning) in Cybersecurity & The Internet of Things (IoT)

Tracks:

Getting Ready for the New European Privacy Regulation (GDPR) - I

Sessions:

Executive Brief: Introducing the EU-General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 Time: 11:00-12:00 Location: AMMERSEE I

Executive Brief: Introducing the EU-General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
In January 2016, the European Commission had passed the GDPR, which will take effect in May 2018. One of the main purposes is to harmonize European Data Protection law. The new regulation will automatically take effect, without any need for ratification by local governments. The impact of the GDPR will be strong and it is time now to define a "roadmap for compliance".  In this talk, KuppingerCole´s Legal Analyst Dr. Karsten Kinast, LL.M will explain the core components of GDPR and...

How to Meet the EU General Data Protection Regulation Processor and Cloud Requirements
The EU GDPR presents several stringent requirements for processors, especially in a cloud environment. Those requirements include identifying the categories of privacy data, the risks and the controls, and the audit capability. This keynote will include a discussion of how to prepare for this, and a discussion of the current NIST research into an audit language that can be utilized by cloud providers that is being planned to meet the audit requirements. Key Takeaways: An...

Turning GDPR Compliance into a Competitional Advantage Through Customer Identity Management (CIAM)

Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 Time: 12:00-13:00 Location: AMMERSEE I

Turning GDPR Compliance into a Competitional Advantage Through Customer Identity Management (CIAM)
In looking at the upcoming EU Privacy Regulation (General Data Protection Regulation - GDPR), we need to not only understand its impact on our businesses and find our best path to compliance, but also find out how we can reach beyond pure compliance thinking, capturing the business opportunities coming along with implementing GDPR into our business models, processes, policies and tools. And, btw., GDPR is relevant not only for EU companies, but also for any organization dealing with...

Consent Lifecycle Management
Digital identity is now an essential element for our interactions online, bringing with it all the social complications and new norms describing how these new relationships should work. A lot of attention has been garnered by Content and Privacy, although largely as an expression of desire, and a sense of personal invasion, than as a technical enabler. With the rise of GDPR from the EU, and PIPEDA in Canada along with regulations requiring open data, like PSD2 there is a veritable...

Getting Ready for the New European Privacy Regulation (GDPR) - II

Sessions:

Open Payments APIs and GDPR Means Banks have to Become Identity Providers

Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 Time: 14:30-15:30 Location: AMMERSEE I

Open Payments APIs and GDPR Means Banks have to Become Identity Providers
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and European 2nd Payments Service Directive (PSD2) will result in significant internal and external changes to the way banks operate. Internally banks need to think about where personal data is stored and how it is managed. Externally banks are being forced to open up APIs that will give third parties permissioned access to customer and transaction data. To turn this into an opportunity banks should become identity providers. This talk will...

Tooling up for GDPR Compliance
This panel will introduce and debate what would an ideal suite of tools comprise of, to adequately mitigate risks arising from non compliance with GDPR. The intention to comprise the panel of representatives from solutions organisations, the insurance industry and consortia associated with data privacy and personal data.

How to Survive: IDM in a Multi-Cloud Environment

Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 Time: 15:30-16:30 Location: AMMERSEE I

How to Survive: IDM in a Multi-Cloud Environment
It is very easy to subscribe to a cloud service. You do not need any specialized IT knowledge and any department can do that using a credit card. In consequence you will face an astonishingly increasing amount of cloud services in your company. What most cloud providers won't tell you is that your lately subscribed cloud service is mostly empty. How do you populate those cloud services? Putting everyone in any cloud could not be the right answer regarding information security and data...

Privacy & Data Security in a Multi-Cloud World: A Multi-Dimensional Challenge
There is no question that a multi-cloud environment is fast becoming the dominant IT model of the future, and securing data in this new model has emerged as one of the top challenges for most organizations. If data security used to be a serious challenge when all your data was in one place, what does it now mean to have that data spread across multiple places; from private data centers to hosting partners, to a variety of cloud service providers. And to further complicate matters, your...

Finding a Practical Approach to Meet Compliance with GDPR, PSD2, NIS Directive and eIDAS

Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 Time: 17:30-18:30 Location: AMMERSEE I

Finding a Practical Approach to Meet Compliance with GDPR, PSD2, NIS Directive and eIDAS
Consumers expect a new kind of service level from governments, financial institutes, health care and business, fitting to the digital age. In response, organisations are assessing, developing and using innovative and technological capabilities to develop new channels to serve their customers. But there is a dangerous trend going in which both, public and private sector are eager to take enormous risks in the field of security and privacy in order to archive mobile first deployments. The...

The Future of Identity

Sessions:

PSD2 - Disruptive Opportunity for Banks?

Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017 Time: 11:00-12:00 Location: AMMERSEE I

PSD2 - Disruptive Opportunity for Banks?
PSD2, also known as DIRECTIVE (EU) 2015/2366 - intended to make the financial services sector easier accessible for payment service providers - was seen as a threat to the banking sector, or at least as a disruptive opportunity for other parties. But is this really the case? Are banks really loosing customer intimacy and what do they do to prevent this?

Identity at the Core: Omnichannel Customer Authentication Strategy at a Pan-European Digital Banking Challenger
Rather than treating identity as an afterthought, MoneYou treats identity as a key enabler (and potential differentiator) for its services. In fact the first thing MoneYou developed on their journey of becoming a full digital bank, was an omnichannel identity platform. Key take-aways: How to deliver state of the art identity functionality to customers; How to quickly adapt to ever changing identity, authentication, and security demands; How to manage the authentication life...

Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017 Time: 12:00-13:00 Location: AMMERSEE I

PSD2 - Turning Compliance Needs into Opportunities

Artificial Intelligence (Machine Learning) in Cybersecurity & The Internet of Things (IoT)

Sessions:

Filtering Reality out of the Hype: AI & ML in Identity & Cybersecurity

Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017 Time: 14:30-15:30 Location: AMMERSEE I

Filtering Reality out of the Hype: AI & ML in Identity & Cybersecurity

The Emerging Era of Cognitive Security
Today, businesses and data security leaders are looking for ways to better anticipate and even predict threats before they happen. Companies have a huge amount of data to process and very little time to do it, and new forms of targeted attacks have evolved. These new threats require new thinking, and that’s where the latest cognitive capabilities can help. Key Takeaways Learn new cognitive capabilities Discuss ways of have to predict threats Discuss how attacks have...

Cognitive IAM Deployment at IBM

Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017 Time: 15:30-16:30 Location: AMMERSEE I

Cognitive IAM Deployment at IBM
Identity & Access Management programs at large geographically distributed enterprises have their unique challenges and opportunities. This session will discuss a large access governance initiative at IBM based on comprehensive application of cognitive principles. The goal is to alleviate the typical people, process & technology challenges of modernizing IAM for a large enterprise. We will discuss today’s drivers that support this disruptive thinking and the urgent necessity...

Are “Digital Assistants” the Savior of Enterprise Identity Management? Can they Support our Claim for a Frictionless World?
The business of enterprise identity management has been facing the same fundamental challenges for years. The problem is that the approach to these challenges has failed to meet the expectations of millennial users who demand a “frictionless” experience. If nothing in our approach changes it seems inevitable that friction will re-emerge to the annoyance and frustration of users. Behold the emergence of “digital assistants” – a new, powerful disruptive force of...

Onboarding Large Numbers of Apps to the Corporate IAM through Robotic Provisioning

Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017 Time: 17:00-18:00 Location: AMMERSEE I

Onboarding Large Numbers of Apps to the Corporate IAM through Robotic Provisioning
In order to support the end to end business of a typical enterprise it is not uncommon that the organisation maintains more than one thousand business applications. The large number of applications creates a challenge for a corporate IAM program as onboarding such a large number of applications onto the provisioning platform using a conventional connector approach simply takes too much time and creates unacceptable costs. The conventional answer is to focus on the core identity platforms...

Algorithms and Explanation: What Is Legally Required, What Is Ethically Desired?

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