IAM/IAG Maturity

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Thursday, May 15, 2014     START TIME: 14:30    LOCATION:  AUDITORIUM
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Did you spend a lot of money for IAM and IAG over the past years? Did you meet your targets? Do you think you are well-positioned to solve upcoming challenges such as secure Cloud access or on-boarding of external partners and customers? With other words: Do you know how mature your IAM/IAG infrastructure and programs are?

IAM/IAG Maturity is not only about having the right technology in place. It is also guidelines and processes, about educating the organization, and other aspects. This track looks at what defines IAM/IAG Maturity. It looks at how to best mature maturity. And it provides hints on how to improve maturity.


Continuing Education Credits

Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None
Learning Level: Intermediate
Field: Computer Science

After attending this block of sessions you will be able to:

  • Describe KuppingerCole’s updated maturity levels for IAM/IAG.
  • Describe the most important requirements for achieving higher maturity levels and what is needed to at reach minimum acceptable maturity levels.
  • Describe how to combine responsibilities and people’s expertise to make IAG a success.
  • Explain the does and don’ts of successful Maturity Assessments.
  • Describe how Manpower successfully implemented a process for periodical review and re-certification of user access rights and entitlements to fulfil SOX compliance requirements.
  • Describe how Banc Sabadell manages access based on context.

This block qualifies for up to 3 Group Learning based CPEs depending on the number of sessions you attend.

Sessions:

IAM/IAG Maturity Levels: Introducing the new KuppingerCole Maturity Level Ratings

Date: Thursday, May 15, 2014 Time: 14:30-15:30

IAM/IAG Maturity Levels: Introducing the new KuppingerCole Maturity Level Ratings
Martin Kuppinger, KuppingerCole

In this session, Martin Kuppinger will introduce the updated maturity levels for IAM/IAG. This define maturity levels for overall IAM/IAG implementations, but also various disciplines such as Identity Provisioning, Access Governance, Privilege Management, Access Management&Federation&Cloud IAM, and others. He will describe the most important requirements for achieving higher maturity levels and what it needs to at least reach an acceptable maturity levels. You should attend this...

From Chaos to Collaboration – Orchestrating Identity & Access Governance Properly
Dr. Martin Kuhlmann, Omada • Darran Rolls, SailPoint • Marco Venuti, iWelcome • Edwin van der Wal, PwC • John Barco, ForgeRock

Identity & Access Governance (IAG) objectives go beyond simple re-certification of user entitlements, and they are involving various stakeholders ranging from business to IT. When dealing with identity data quality issues, risk assessments for resources, threat mitigation or role life-cycle management: Where can automated procedures relieve business officers, and how can responsible stakeholders collaborate in the best way? The panelists will make their proposals how IAG can be...

Maturity Assessment Dos and Dont´s

Date: Thursday, May 15, 2014 Time: 15:30-16:30

Maturity Assessment Dos and Dont´s
Dr. Horst Walther, KuppingerCole

Rating the maturity of IAM/IAG programs is not easy. Who is the right one to do such rating? Which input is required? How to you ensure that the rating does not become more complex than the rest of the program? What to look at – what are the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) to look at and how to do it without years-long collection of such indicators? What are the right benchmarks you can use – and who can help you in benchmarking? And which lessons...

IAM/IAG Vendor & Solution Selection Process
Martin Waldbauer, E.ON Global Commodities SE

Identity and access management software vendor selection is pervasive in corporations, living with the result of the acquisition is no short term affair; you look for a lasting relationship. Martin Waldbauer will describe in his best practice presentation, what the most important steps are to find a solution that really fits and have a productive vendor relationship.

Do's and Don'ts for a Successful Identity Management Project (Manpower)

Date: Thursday, May 15, 2014 Time: 17:00-18:00

Do's and Don'ts for a Successful Identity Management Project (Manpower)
Rainer Knorpp, KuppingerCole

This best practice presentation demonstrates how Manpower were able to successfully implement a process for periodical review and re-certification of user access rights and entitlements to fulfil SOX compliance requirements, within six months. The focus of the presentation is an agile and pragmatic approach from a company and system integrator´s perspective. The presentation covers the following topics: Goals and requirements of the project Selection of partners for the...

A Practitioner´s Recommendations for a Successful IAM Program
Dr. Horst Walther, KuppingerCole


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