Best Practices IV

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Thursday, April 24, 2008     START TIME: 14:00    LOCATION:  IMAX
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Identity Management at BT with SAP Netweaver IDM

Date: Thursday, April 24, 2008 Time: 14:00-15:00

Identity Management at BT with SAP Netweaver IDM
Andreas Mueller, BT

By the acquisition of MaXware SA and the integration of their identity management products into SAP’s portfolio, SAP is becoming a new player in the identity management market space. This session presents how BT has implemented SAP’s identity management solution both internally and also with different functionality at a customer. The talk describes the architecture of the installations, their prominent features and the reasons behind the decision to choose SAP’s identity...

E.ON UK Case Study: Implementing an Identity and Access Management Solution that gives Business Value

Date: Thursday, April 24, 2008 Time: 15:00-16:00

E.ON UK Case Study: Implementing an Identity and Access Management Solution that gives Business Value
David Hannaford, E.ON UK

Identity management isn’t just about security and cost, it can also deliver real business benefits. This presentation is based on the case study of the implementation at E.ON UK and the linking of this system to a European Identity Management system in E.ON Germany. It illustrates the key concepts of the implementation, where the value has been derived, and lessons learned during the implementation and subsequent operation and enhancement of the system.

Manage Governance: Manage Identities, Manage Access
Dr. Angelika Steinacker, IBM Security Europe • Henning Christiansen, Axel Springer SE

The biggest part of an IAM solution for an enterprise is to manage the identities with their corresponding entitlements and therefore the entitlements structure. The implementation of a business oriented IAM will affect different areas: people, processes, policies and the IT infrastructure. Appropriate migration and change management plans will be needed to do this implementation efficiently after the processes, policies and IT infrastructure has been designed according to business’...

Universal CV - A Job Provider Circle of Trust based on HR-XML

Date: Thursday, April 24, 2008 Time: 16:30-17:30

Universal CV - A Job Provider Circle of Trust based on HR-XML
Marc Van Coillie, EIfEL (European Institute for E-Learning)

The aim of the CV Universel project is to give to an applicant the ability to store and share his CV data information in a circle of trust of Job providers. The CV is based on the Europass CV model, which is the European Commission proposal for a European standard cV and is supported by their Cedefop Agency (the European EURES system is compliant with this standard). This project is supported by the french 'Ethic and Recruiting' association as well as Syntec Recruiting' syndicate...

Diginotar: How to Launch a User centric E-Identity service - Are you Ready?
Drs. RE RA Tony De Bos, DigiNotar

Organisations want to know the e-Identity of their users, but not be bothered with the management of all those e-Identities. These universal global needs have led to new techniques for User Centric e-Identity mechanisms resulting in a need for independent authentication services. DigiNotar uses a SAML compliant Dutch open source standard providing an independent e-Identity Service. The Dutch government uses the same open source standard for millions of citizens that communicate with...

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