Connected Consumers, Internet of Things, Blockchain, Robotics & more: Shaping the Future of Identity & Access Management
- TYPE: Keynote DATE: Tuesday, May 10, 2016 TIME: 17:00-17:40 LOCATION: AUDITORIUM
It is probably the greatest group of current and former analysts with IAM focus from all around the world who will come together for this plenary panel at EIC 2016 and discuss the future of identity & access management in the Age of Digital Transformation, where agility is key and cyber threats increase pressure on the availability of solid and reliable identity services and processes.
Who will have access to what? In a complex world where everyone and everything – people, things and services - will be connected everywhere and anytime through a global cloud, IAM is going to remain one of the strongest means to protect enterprise security. Especially when firewalls as security perimeters are not sufficient any more. To take over the leading protection task, however, the IAM technology has to change fundamentally.
Particularly with digital transformation of businesses, IAM moves into the center of operations. The mere defining of roles for individual access permissions is therefore no longer enough. IAM has to become more agile and fine grained. It has to allow for decisions about the access of customers/consumers, employees, partners and billions of things/devices dynamically and in real time. In addition, plenty of users will use different identities (or personas) and switch between them several times a day or even hour, often by deploying different authentication mechanisms. IAM has to make sure that the internal and external users are still identified as being the same persons, virtually in their own personal clouds.
In this panel, leading IAM experts will discuss the best suitable roadmap to future Identity and Access Management. This includes customer-centric – how to deliver high quality experience to the right people at the right place at the right time, including social log-ins and solving long-term privacy challenges - as well as attribute-based approaches – e. g. when and where, in which context, is someone trying to get access – and blockchain-based solutions that drive the development of life management platforms where people and devices can uniquely identify themselves. To fulfil the IAM change successfully is a must for any agile, digital organization. Or, as one of the panelists, Martin Kuppinger, put it: “Failing in IAM for the transforming world is failing in business transformation.”
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- Contact person:
Mr. Levent Kara
+49 211 23707710
- May 10 - 13, 2016 Munich, Germany