Managing Digital Risk: Deploying People, Standards, Metrics, and Enforcement

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Thursday, May 07, 2015     START TIME: 14:30    LOCATION:  AUDITORIUM
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The landscape of Digital Risks is not static. Today's state of the art technologies lose their effectiveness over time as new research and increasing processing power make innovative attacks possible and create new risks. Change has to be the new normal and we have to measure and quantify that change.

In this last part of the Digital Risk Conference Track, we will discuss how to implement the risk mitigation strategies and enable a secure digital transformation, with a special focus on risk metrics.


After attending this block of sessions you will be able to

  • Identify digital risks
  • Deal with ongoing new innovative attacks and new risks
  • Implement risk mitigation strategies
  • Enable a secure digital transformation

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

Sessions:

The Role of Policy Management in the Software-Defined Era

Date: Thursday, May 07, 2015 Time: 14:30-15:30

The Role of Policy Management in the Software-Defined Era
Dr. Michael B. Jones, Microsoft • Andy Land, IBM • Hemma Prafullchandra, HyTrust • Tim Grance, NIST • Ken Owens, Cisco Systems

The morning sessions explored policy-based solutions to IoT, cloud and other online-based risks. This session explores the connection of technology and people through the growing role of standards in policy management in an era where the reliability of software-based organization and operations are increasingly depended upon by organizations. This session will seek to help businesses to identify what elements of risks are mitigated, and what new risks arise, with these changes....

What Gets Measured Gets Done – Identifying New Metrics for Distributed Digital System Performance to Evaluate and Mitigate Risk.

Date: Thursday, May 07, 2015 Time: 15:30-16:30

What Gets Measured Gets Done – Identifying New Metrics for Distributed Digital System Performance to Evaluate and Mitigate Risk.
Robert Lapes, Capgemini • Nathan Wenzler, Thycotic • Dr. Roy Lindelauf, Netherlands Defence Academy • Luca Martelli, Oracle EMEA

Data is the lifeblood of organizations and managers of organizations have access to increasing volumes of data; but what does data really mean in a given context? How can effective and dynamic risk evaluation and mitigation processes be cultivated from better measurement practices in an organization, and a more nuanced understanding of how different sources of risk will reveal themselves through different sorts of metrics.

How to Measure the Real Access Risk?
Niels von der Hude, Beta Systems Software • Wolfgang Roesch, Tesis Sysware • Dr. Sridhar Muppidi, IBM Security

There are many factors that make up the access risk of users. Access to privileged accounts, but also elevated privileges in certain applications sum up to a complete picture of access risks. Users with uncommon combinations, user that have fairly different access than their peers, users with many direct assignments of entitlements: All these indicators might be related to higher access risk – or not. Aside of that: Not only the assigned entitlements are risk indicators, but also the...

Bringing it All Together – Distributed Strategy Solutions for Distributed Risk

Date: Thursday, May 07, 2015 Time: 17:00-18:00

Bringing it All Together – Distributed Strategy Solutions for Distributed Risk
Dr. Scott David, LL.M., KuppingerCole • Dr. Karsten Kinast, KuppingerCole

In evaluating distributed systems risk, the attention to data is misdirected. Rather it is the distributed nature of data management systems (and the increase in interaction volume) that increase the perception and actuality of risk. Distributed problems need distributed solutions. Applying the community of interest approach – how can your organization more effectively reduce and manage risk?

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