Quo Vadis Identity II

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, May 13, 2020     START TIME: 14:30    LOCATION:  ALPSEE
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Digital identities are core elements of any digital transformation. Letting the customer into your enterprise to manage processes and information related to him means that you need to have a secure and adaptive system in place to manage identities and their access rights. Implementing such capabilities on a per-service base is expensive, slow and risky. Setting up an Identity Fabric delivering identity services to the new digital business will enable you to take the lead and strengthen your innovative power. EIC 2020 will help you define a step-by-step approach to migrate from your legacy IAM to a future-proof Identity Fabric.

Sessions:

Build Your Own IDaaS: Lessons from Year One

Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 Time: 14:30-15:30

Build Your Own IDaaS: Lessons from Year One
Jon Lehtinen, Thomson Reuters • Alyssa Kelber, Thomson Reuters

Build or buy? Do we have the staff, talent, & budget to operate a new security service if we decide to build? In this talk, Alyssa Kelber & Jon Lehtinen deconstruct the myth that you need large teams & expensive software to run cloud-native Identity-as-a-Service platforms for your enterprise. They will share their experience building their own at Thomson Reuters using commercial off the shelf software, containerization, and native cloud services, as well as the lessons learned,...

A Crew as Nuts as You Are: Building a Local IAM User Group
Steve Hutchinson, GE Digital

Ocean’s Eleven is the story of a small group of people with a plan — and a killer soundtrack — who craft something extraordinary. It's also the blueprint for something no less ambitious: starting your own identity-focused meetup.  The ability for identity practitioners to network with their peers at a local/regional level on a periodic basis is invaluable, especially for those who do not have the means to travel to other events where such professionals gather....

Beyond Tooling of IAM - the Importance of Processes and People - Lessons Learned From an IAM Project
Dr. Silvia Knittl, PwC • Maria Hyland, AIB


Privileged Access Management 2020 - Leadership Compass Overview

Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 Time: 15:30-16:30

Privileged Access Management 2020 - Leadership Compass Overview
Paul Fisher, KuppingerCole


Panel: Digital Trends, Risks and Rewards - Achieving Control of Privilege Accounts in the Digital Enterprise

Digital Identity as a Building Block for Ethical Digital Economies

Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 Time: 17:30-18:30

Digital Identity as a Building Block for Ethical Digital Economies
Adam Cooper, ID Crowd

Governments are building huge identity systems because they need to plan service delivery, understand demographics and deliver essentials such as healthcare and education whilst building digital economies and addressing financial inclusion. They also have concerns over fraudulent activity, security and border control. These are conflicting issues with very different needs. Technology always moves faster than laws and government capacity is often behind the curve. Knowing what to...

Use Case: Belgian Mobile ID for Digital Inclusion
Sylvie Vandevelde, Belgian Mobile ID

Public and private services are digitalizing their services and need to create solutions that are accessible to everyone. Customers are expecting more, and citizens want to interact with the public services in a smoother way.  Next to that, the sensitivity of information being exchanged online grows rapidly and data privacy is a real concern to many people. How can you build a digital society that is accessible, secure and respects privacy? What is the role of a digital ID? Key...

Panel: Connecting the Power of the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework for Global Impact, The Emergence of Identity Networks
Joni Brennan, Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada • Andre Boysen, DIACC / SecureKey Technologies • Steve Pannifer, Consult Hyperion

The discussion will provide an overview of the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework to discuss interoperability in the context of Identity Networks. Evolution and adoption of Identity Networks will depend on the ability for various authorities from both the public and the private sectors to participate by issuing credentials and by validating data with the principles of privacy, security, accountability, and convenience of use.  While existing and emerging technologies play a critical role in...


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