Adopting IAM Standards in the Enterprise

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 TIME: 10:30-11:30 LOCATION: Ammersee I

Adopting IAM standards is a goal. Supporting legacy applications that generate revenue and impact business is a necessity. Often, the two are in conflict. What are patterns that work for achieving both of these at once? How can the enterprise future proof with standards while at the same time keeping their most important applications in the mix? And, if they can’t, what’s the best contingency plan to move everything forward? We will discuss what standards are in play with IAM today, what problems these standards address, what’s at stake in their adoption, how they are impacting the IAM approach in new applications, where the disconnect tends to be with older applications, and uncover the strategies that have been known to work for others to get it all going.

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Gerry is responsible for sales, marketing and business development for the Americas region. In addition, he contributes to product strategy and manages Axiomatics’ global partner relations. Prior to joining Axiomatics, Gerry was Vice President and Service Director for Burton Group’s...

Michael Kleinhenz is the Lead Architect at tarent AG, an IAM solution provider located in Bonn, Germany. He holds a degree in Computer Sciences from the University of Kaiserslautern and is responsible for technology and partner strategy at tarent. He lead and designed several projects in the...

Alberto Ocello is a CrossIdeas founder and Chief Executive Officer. He was formerly the General Manager at Engiweb Security where he designed and led the product innovation of the IDEAS platform. Prior to Engiweb, Alberto served as Chief Architect on application security and military security...

Mr. Darran Rolls is the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Security Officer and at SailPoint, where he is responsible for directing the company’s technology strategy and security operations.  Mr. Rolls has a long history in identity management and security at companies...


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