Future-Proofing Identity Fabrics II

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE: Tuesday, September 14, 2021     START TIME: 14:30    LOCATION:  ALPSEE
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Panel: Prioritizing Identity - Identity-Centric Security Strategy

Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Time: 14:30-15:30

Panel: Prioritizing Identity - Identity-Centric Security Strategy

Panel: APIs - Where Security Meets Identity Management
Nathanael Coffing, Cloudentity

Traditional IAM models have focused on users, policies, and roles, which met the needs of web applications in years past but as application development has evolved to APIs, an innovative approach to identity management is required. It is no longer just users, roles, and permissions. APIs must be integrated into the identity and access management framework to ensure adequate governance and security. Within an API there is a requestor (often on behalf of a user), a service...

Airbus Expert Perspective: Managing Third-Party Identity Risk in the Supply Chain
Julien Jaouën, Airbus

As a leader in innovative aerospace manufacturing with locations across the world, Airbus recognized the need to fortify its third-party identity management processes to better meet the operational efficiency and security needs of its evolving business and supply chain. Specifically, Airbus wanted to upgrade its identity management capabilities around lifecycle management, data quality, and obsolescence management for its third-party, non-employee users. Common to most...

The impact of agile on progressing Identity Security

Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Time: 15:30-16:30

The impact of agile on progressing Identity Security
Henk Marsman, Rabobank

After applying an agile way of working for the last three years the Rabobank Identity & Access Management service has gone through a transformation. The increased autonomy of teams, using backlogs with prioritized epics, applying agile rituals in order to create space for growth in applying agile principles, all of these have affected how IAM services are developed and delivered. Where the arena is uncertain and customers have a somewhat-defined request the agile, iterative...

Improving IAM Success Rates with Rigorous Concepts
David Doret, BNP Paribas

IAM programs in organizations have a reputation for difficulty and high failure rates. Through education and later through experience, professionals learn that communication is the most critical success factor in all human undertakings. We may have cutting-edge technology, generous budgets, and a competent team and still fail our project miserably. High-quality communication about IAM with our stakeholders is insufficient to succeed, but it is a necessary condition.  And...

Journey from Enterprise Strategy to Identity Simplification
Fabrice Perrin, AXA

In an insurance sector not yet impacted by uberisation, AXA is moving toward its digital transformation. To achieve its key targets, including reduced time to market and improved user experience, AXA has launched several major programs: network, datacenter, workspace, .., and Identity and Access Management. Come discover how AXA leads the IAM program to support its digital transformation though improved agility, automation & business partnership capacity, both external and...

Going Passwordless and Beyond - The Future of Identity Management

Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Time: 17:30-18:30

Going Passwordless and Beyond - The Future of Identity Management
Patrick McBride, Beyond Identity

The onslaught of account takeover attacks from insecure passwords is driving the rapid adoption of passwordless solutions.  While the risk reduction benefits are substantial, eliminating passwords is just the first step on the path to fundamentally strong authentication.  In the “new normal” era of work from anywhere, and rapidly increasing cloud adoption, organizations are moving to a new risk-based authentication model.  Advanced organizations are validating...

Panel: Is MFA the Right Solution in a Post-COVID World?
Joni Brennan, Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada • Andrew Shikiar, FIDO Alliance • Alexander Koch, Yubico • Patrick McBride, Beyond Identity

The hybrid mix of remote and office work combined with digital transformation initiatives is driving the rapid adoption of cloud. This trend is also prompting organizations to rethink requirements for authenticating employees and other members of an organization supply chain. Companies are now exploring how to significantly improve both security and the end user experience. Unfortunately traditional multi-factor authentication is lacking in both areas.    Discussion topics...


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