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Jackson Shaw - The Internet of Things One Year Later

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Jackson Shaw
Chief Strategy Officer
Clear Skye
Jackson Shaw
Jackson began his identity management career as an early employee at Toronto-based Zoomit Corp., the pioneer in the development of meta-directory products who Microsoft acquired in 1999. While at Microsoft, he was responsible for product planning and marketing around Microsoft’s identity...
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European Identity & Cloud Conference 2016
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Martin Kuppinger - The new role of the CI(S)O 2020: Enable disruptive innovation
May 12, 2016

Don’t only survive the Digital Transformation. Become the Transformational Leader.

There rarely has been so much disruptive change driven by innovations in IT ever before. Distributed Ledgers and Blockchain are at the forefront of these changes and will massively impact the business models of many organizations, well beyond the Finance industry and FinTechs. IoT is becoming a standard element, closely connected to Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0. Again, business processes and business models will change massively in the hyper connected world.

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Martin Kuppinger's EIC 2016 summary
May 18, 2016

KuppingerCole's Founder and Principal Analyst Martin Kuppinger provides his summary of this year's European Identity & Cloud Conference.

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Welcome to the European Identity & Cloud Conference 2016
Feb 08, 2016

The European Identity & Cloud Conference 2016, taking place May 10 – 13, 2016 at the Dolce Ballhaus Forum Unterschleissheim, Munich/Germany, is Europe’s leading event for Identity and Access Management (IAM), Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC), as well as Cloud Security. For the 10th time KuppingerCole brings together exhibitors and more than 600 participants including most of Europe’s and the world’s leading vendors, end users, thought leaders, visionaries and analysts.

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Ian Glazer - The Moments Ahead for Identity
May 11, 2016

Remember when we used to pay for a TCP/IP stack? It’s hard to believe that companies used to pay for networking stacks, but we did. And once network stacks became free, the networking profession didn’t die out… instead it flourished. Today, the identity industry is going through a similar transformation, one which will present a series of moments upon which we must capitalize.

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Brendan M. Peter - How Regulation is Driving Digital Transformation and Putting a New Perspective on Identity
May 12, 2016

We see a development towards the open enterprise with multiple access points to critical information. At the same time, customers and consumers want to make sure their information is kept confidential and secure. As result, there is an increasing focus on identity and access management. Cyber security and data privacy have become an imperative for any organization.

Governments can use policy to drive market behavior. When it comes to the issue of Trust, those policies have been on the increase globally. The EU PSD2, Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) combined with the US Cyber Threat Info Sharing are just some examples.

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Isabel María Gómez González - The Secret Keys for the New Age of the CISO
May 22, 2016

How many times do you change your hat per day? In the new age, the CISOs will change their roles as much as they can for making decisions about how to affront new risks. Compliance, Governance, legislation, data protection, cybersecurity, intelligence, cyberdefense, cyberfusion…. how can we deal with them?

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Dr. Emilio Mordini - In a Wilderness of Mirrors: Do we still need Trust in the Online World?
May 11, 2016

Trust always involves some level of vulnerability on the actions of another. When we trust others, we are relying on them and consequently we are making ourselves more vulnerable. A bit naively, some scholars argue that trust decisions are based on a cost/benefit analysis, which is maybe theoretically true but it rarely happens in real life. In reality, many other elements play an important role, and they are critical in the case of the blockchain.  "In a wilderness of mirrors. What will the spider do?" (Gerontion, T.S. Eliot 1920)

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Connected Consumers, Internet of Things, Blockchain, Robotics & more: Shaping the Future of Identity & Access Management
May 11, 2016

It is probably the greatest group of current and former analysts with IAM focus from all around the world who will come together for this plenary panel at EIC 2016 and discuss the future of identity & access management in the Age of Digital Transformation, where agility is key and cyber threats increase pressure on the availability of solid and reliable identity services and processes.

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Sebastien Meunier - Blockchain – a New Compliance Paradigm?
May 24, 2016

One of the most promising use-case for distributed ledgers in financial services is the implementation of compliance and risk management solutions. In this session, we will analyze how the blockchain technology can be used to build trusted registries of identity and ‘know your customer’ data about individuals or companies, with concrete examples. We will also highlight the difficulties of such approaches and discuss the possible scenarios of evolution in this domain.

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What’s so special about the EIC?
Oct 29, 2015

What’s so special about the EIC? This is what our attendees say!

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Impressions of the European Identity & Cloud Conference 2016
May 12, 2016

Thank you for attending the European Identity & Cloud Conference 2016. See you next year!

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Lessons learnt from the Ukraine's ‘Lights Out’ Attack
May 11, 2016

When cyber attackers can bring down something as impactful as the power grid, the way we think about security needs to change.

Michael Kleist of CyberArk explains more.