IAM as a Commodity
- TYPE: Roundtable DATE: Thursday, May 15, 2014 TIME: 11:00-13:00 LOCATION: BODENSEE I
The first part highlights Risk Management as one of the key elements of the Identity and Access Management strategy of Daimler. It illustrates multidisciplinary interaction of Business Units, IT and Legal. Furthermore, future prospects of IAM in large corporations and prerequisites to obtain IAM as a Commodity are outlined.
The second part discusses the importance of standardized protocols for the commodification of IAM. It provides an overview of the current protocol landscape, new challenges and deduces recommendations to corporations.
What are the legal requirements for large organizations when it comes to IAM/IAG? Obviously, there are many different laws and regulations in place. In this part of the workshop, Dr. Karsten Kinast will provide an overview about relevant regulations and discuss these with the participants. This is the introductory part, providing the foundation for the subsequent parts of this workshop.
Centralized IAM platforms are in continuous change. New requirements and technologies as well as scope enhancements lead to a permanent increase in complexity. Due to deep integration of IAM-Services in many business processes the business criticality of IAM-Platforms increases significantly. This evolution and the resulting challenges will be illustrated using the example of Daimler centralized IAM platform.
Finally, there is the information-centric view within IAM/IAG. Aside of services that allow managing users and their access, information must be managed and protected. This final part of the workshop will have a closer look at how to set up Secure Information Sharing as a service within the IAM strategy of large organizations.
- Registration fee:
- Contact person:
Mr. Levent Kara
+49 211 23707710
- May 13 - 16, 2014 Munich, Germany
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