Identity driven Security

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE: Wednesday, April 23, 2008     START TIME: 10:30    LOCATION:  Helios
Conference Agenda



Kuppinger Cole SSO Report 2008

Date: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 Time: 10:30-11:30

Kuppinger Cole SSO Report 2008
Sebastian Rohr, KuppingerCole

The KCP SSO Report gives an actual overview about the different areas of Single Sign-On, the trends in this market segment and the leading vendors in every part of this market. It discusses the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches to Single Sign-On and the need to define as well a tactical as a strategical approach to SSO. The tactical approach focuses on Quick-Wins in existing application environments and a user-oriented SSO, the strategical approach on implementing single...

Secure Cross Company Collaboration with ERM
Petter Bergstroem, Microsoft Deutschland GmbH • Oliver Gajek, Brainloop

There is a growing awareness that perimeter-based security is not enough and that persistent security that is permanently attached to the information object can produce significantly higher levels of protection. Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) software is increasingly deployed in order to manage the complx dependencies between users, objects, and organizational policies within the enterprise. Current experience from ERM deployments shows that the immediate challenge is to increase...

Implementing A Converged Physical and Logical IT Security Strategy

Date: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 Time: 11:30-12:30

Implementing A Converged Physical and Logical IT Security Strategy
Satel J. Naik, City College Coventry • Ralph Seinsche, HID Global

Trends in Convergence
Dr. Hans-Jörg Kremer, Peak Solution GmbH • Dominic Fedronic, ActivIdentity • Steve Neville, Entrust • David Ting, Imprivata

One of the most importand trends in security is convergence, the merging of physical and logical access to corporate facilities. Therefore, new-generation equipment and software combine the monitoring and management of physical and computer security. As a consequence, employees will use only one employee ID to access the buildings and equipment. This requires a holistic approach to information security - analysing risk and security across the organisation to ensure that users follow policy...


European Identity Conference 2008

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