Intelligent Identity & Bots Best Practice
- TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Thursday, May 11, 2017 TIME: 15:30-16:30 LOCATION: AMMERSEE I
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 to build a basic risk aware cognitive Identity and access management system.
The session will also share details of the current agile program including squad creation, iterations, delivering value from minimum viable product 0 (MVP0) and on, enterprise adoption, enterprise integration and program governance etc.
- Large access governance initiative based on IBM’s complete and comprehensive definition of a cognitive system.
- End to end solution from initiating and running a large agile program in a complex environment
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 good that has the potential to remove the boundaries between the customer and the employee while maintaining a “frictionless” world in which to live. Join Alessandro Festa as he ponders the role and value of “digital assistants” as the new disruptive force in enterprise identity management.
- Registration fee:
- Contact person:
Mr. Levent Kara
+49 211 23707710
- May 09 - 12, 2017 Munich, Germany