Most enterprises nowadays need to grant access to multiple business partners daily as they heavily rely on online interactions (online relationships) with one another.
Thus, an ever-expanding, interconnected digital ecosystem emerges, the complexities of which frequently result in operational inefficiencies, security risks, increased administrative costs, and unintuitive user experiences.
These challenges are long lived in the B2B identity management space. Yet still today, many organisations continue to struggle using outdated, homegrown and oftentimes error prone centralised IAM systems.
This session will unwrap modern, decentralised solution trends in the fast-growing segment of IAM using real-life use cases. It will also explore best practices for digital access and delegation management for business partners - seamlessly and securely at scale.
Vertical risk management and complete identity governance can only be achieved through integration of critical platforms with other systems and applications in use and by either integrating existing point-solutions or reducing their number altogether. Integration of the identity-platform with SAP is one of those major challenges for many organizations today.
One Identity’s approach to this challenge is through a unifying, standard integration into SAP as well as other systems and applications to establish a common GRC framework and security concept. Which includes preventing isolated environments. To establish SAP-internal governance and minimize risk within the platforms privilege landscape most organizations use specialized embedded tools like ECS (Easy Content Solution) from IBS-Schreiber Solution. Integrating the identity management platform with the SAP rule-set administration allows SAP Rule sets to be applied directly, run SoD-analysis fast and efficiently and extend them to other systems and applications, such as MS AD, AAD. The potential value of this approach is significant as it allows a preventive risk-assessment throughout the whole SAP-stack.
This integrative approach also extends to the SAP Firefighter concept for it to be applied to the rulesets and extend these into other systems. The objective is clear: Simplify risk assessment and management, establish a unified identity administration framework and as baseline - reduce cost.
In short – it lays the foundation and framework for solid Governance.
You have probably heard about Cyber Resilience, and how about Cyber Resistance? What should be the differences between the two terms in the context of Cybersecurity? Cyber Resistance is the same or not?
Prioritizing where to focus efforts first when attack scenarios are almost endless is a complex task. There are often millions of potential attack paths. Most organizations do not know what those paths are or how to prioritize which ones to close first if they can be closed at all.
During this presentation, we will be understanding the differences between Cyber Resistance and Cyber resilience, and how we can apply both concepts to our current technology landscape, besides understanding how we can identify the High-Value Target (HVT) in your organization.