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Trying to “do identity” as a conventional IAM or Security workload with in-house resources and vendor platform deployments may not satisfy identity and access today’s requirements for IaaS, PaaS, databases and other cloud infrastructures. There are now a growing number of third party ID service providers (MSPs) that can deliver crucial elements of modern IAM workflows to lighten the load. This talk will look at the service options available and the pros and cons of using MSPs for identity management.
Architecture, operating model and governance are key viewpoints for every business as a whole and its subdomains as well. Depending of size of the organization, information security may be managed as single domain or divided into multiple subdomains. Viewpoints and domains are still static and there is needed a implementation strategy which must be proportional, sustainable and relevant in the agile and disparate world with limited resources.
Identity Fabric has become a reference architecture for IAM recently and describes how identity services could be built. But it is still one of multiple subdomains of information security. We will take a broader look and analyze how the Identity Fabric could fit into the cybersecurity programs.
Since any resource access is subjected to a “Zero Trust enabled” step-by-step process, where policy engines define and enforce the appropriated access level, apart from device, network, identity systems and resources, we need also a “ZT enabled” identity management where “Identity Proofing” builds its core component.
KuppingerCole CISO Christopher Schuetze engages in a fun discussion with Swedbank's Neeme Vool on what the future holds for Identity and Access Management.
Digital identities of customers, devices and services are at the core of the digital enterprise today. However, traditional IAM is riddled with complexity and siloes. Building a modern Identity and Access Management requires seamless integration and secure access of everyone and everything. This panel explores what the future holds for IAM and provides a blueprint to ensure a modern, secure and flexible identity foundation that breaks down legacy identity siloes.