Identity for the Digital Enterprise I

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, May 15, 2019     START TIME: 11:00  
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Nowadays, gaining access to almost every type of service requires a cumbersome login and authentication procedures.
On the other side of the 'fence', enterprises are having a hard time managing these processes. The enterprise environment poses additional layers of complications when having to deal with various parties like employees, consumers, and the multitude of devices, which all need to be identified and authenticated. Dealing with these challenges requires a precise and well scalable identity and access management platform. Various new technologies, like blockchain, look promising but the reality is still different. This track will be dedicated to the strategies and implementation ways of identity management for the digital business.

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After attending this track you will be able to:

  • Understand the role of identity management in enterprise environment.
  • List steps of IAM integration in digital enterprise.
  • Describe the difficulties which enterprises face today in that process.
  • Describe the necessary steps to improve business security & provide a superior authentication experience for users.

You can get 2 CPEs for this track.

Sessions:

Welcome to the New World of Identity for the Digital Business

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 Time: 11:00-12:00

Welcome to the New World of Identity for the Digital Business
Martin Kuppinger, KuppingerCole

Identity is the heart of the digital enterprise and the digital economy as a whole. Social Networks, music streaming, online banking, shopping, education and (increasingly) healthcare - without a login, you will be excluded from digital life. Bring-your-own-identity (BYOID) services, blockchain based self sovereign identity (SSI), social login, post password technolgies such as FIDO - an increasing number of promising concepts, technologies and standards are trying to bridge the gap between...

Panel: How Traditional IAM Will Change Within the next 5 Years
Kim Cameron, Microsoft • Doc Searls, Editor-in-Chief, Linux Journal • Patrick Parker, EmpowerID • Thom Langford, (TL)2 Security • Jochen Werne, PROSEGUR Cash Services

Will traditional Identity and Access Management solutions be relevant in the next 5 years? With the increase of cyber attacks & breaches as well as the rising number of IoT devices, IAM approaches will need to adapt to the growing challenges in the increasingly interconnected world. Using advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning as well as leveraging big data will be necessary. Companies might need to re-evaluate their thinking and approach the customer...

Making IAM Matter - The Hard Conversation

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 Time: 12:00-13:00

Making IAM Matter - The Hard Conversation
Henk Marsman, Rabobank

All too often IAM efforts are driven by technology, lead to suboptimal value for the actual users and do not meet business needs. This presentation looks at starting IAM with the business case instead, focusing on several essential elements and using real-life experiences and good practices (some learned the hard way) to provide an illustration. The elements will include: getting to know your user, identifying a business strategy, uncovering business need and pain, and joining forces. Key...

BYOIDaaS: Automating IAM Infrastructure & Operations
Jon Lehtinen, Thomson Reuters

IAM automation continues to progress as more and more organizations and vendors focus on making their security services consumable through self-service, APIs, and other low-cost/low-friction service delivery methods. But what is to be done about IAM infrastructure, deployments, and general operations tasks? Without paying for someone else to handle it via IDaaS? In this session Jon Lehtinen details how Thomson Reuters used containers, cloud services, & devops to build & launch a...

Panel: The Transformational Next Wave of IGA in the Enterprise
Mark Wahl, Microsoft Corporation • Henk Marsman, Rabobank • Jon Lehtinen, Thomson Reuters • Mike Kiser, SailPoint

Identity governance and administration is being re-envisioned in the adoption of identity-as-a-service. While its core capabilities for access requests, provisioning, reporting, recertification etc., remain familiar, the adoption mindset in enterprises has evolved, as their use cases have evolved beyond earlier regulatory compliance drivers. The increasing sophistication of attacks and the diversity of the threat landscape has highlighted to many organizations that they should evaluate...

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