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I today's digital world (post EU DMA, DSA, DGA regulation proposals (now tabled in EU Parliament for legislative approval by 2023), GAIAx birth in Europe and eprivacy new regulations adoption, the hard line separation between personal and non personal data is blurring and companies have yet understood what this means for them. While they thought that only personal data needed to be consented, now it's all the data that need the consent log prof for each digital identity they get associated to. Europeans have also created a new "notion" of cloud (GaiaX). A cloud where data can circulate freely, can be shared and mutualised (upon consent). This will have implications. Huge implications as GaiaX carries the option to "import/acquire" data also originated from other entities (including from outside Europe). The transfer mechanism will only be possible upon user express consent, voluntarily. User will need to be incentivised to agree to share. Since transfer can only be performed by users, and with consent, that will in fact open up to a secondary data market which sees the consent log representing a "transaction event'. Hence privacy will exit the framework compliance to enter the framework of "strategy and business development'. The contextual "data" hunt can begin (vs big data paradigm which fades aways). The de-monopolisation of consumer data, too.
Insights in how the new european digital policy opens to new business (data driven) opportunities;
Isabella de Michelis di Slonghello, CEO and founder, ErnieApp
Cloud capabilities are driving automation approaches that will upend traditional, linear templates for Identity Governance service delivery. This extends to everything from application/service on-boarding, provisioning and user lifecycle management workflows. In this session, Manoj will share his experience of working on automation approaches for cloud workloads and discuss what this means for the future of IGA in the era of continuous integration and delivery.
The Internet and consequently the Internet of Things were built without a trust layer. Decentralized Digital Identities as basis for Connected Mobility may be one of the needed missing components to implement real data sovereignty and a trusted Economy of Things in future Connected Vehicles scenarios.
Distributed Identity (DI) is less known to many and even less in connection with the pandemic. The concept that DI delivers is an excellent starting point for creating a digital vaccination record.
Why DI is generally a good idea and what a digital vaccination record based on it can look like, is shown in this lecture. If you want to explain to your family in practical terms what IAM, IGA and PAM do: get vaccinated and (hopefully soon) apply for a digital vaccination certificate!
One crucial component to SSI is end-users being able to interact with verifiers directly, without relying on a third-party provider or having to operate their own hosted infrastructure.
Keeping up with the changes in our industry is no simple task. The rate of change for identity technologies, their applications, and their roles in the enterprise is simply too great. Since 2018, IDPro has conducted an industry survey to call attention to the skills that identity practitioners possess and employee to be successful. In 2019, the survey was expanded to explore enterprise priorities to highlight which areas of the identity industry were garning more attention and investment. And in 2021, IDPro expanded the survey again to include questions about diversity and inclusion. Join Ian Glazer, Founder and Vice-President of IDPro, as he explores the results of this year’s survey and the implications for you, your employer, and the industry as a whole.
This presentation combines the findings of a doctoral study into security automation in the financial sector with real-world experiences in implementing security automation. The research focused on strategies financial institutions need to reduce the gap between the attacker's time to compromise and the defender's time to detect and respond. Learn from the experiences of companies that have implemented or are implementing security automation. This session will look at what to expect from security automation (and what not to expect), how to decide what to automate, strategies to help ensure a successful security automation program, and lessons learned from success and failure.
Decentralized Identity is seeing a proliferation of activity -- so much that even experts struggle to make sense of it all. Even the names of the emerging specs have gotten wacky (or, technically, WACI...)
For most companies, privileged access management is associated with creating borders or limitations. Often organizations are forced to implement PAM due to the legal regulations and do not see it as an investment but rather consider cybersecurity as a cost center. Moreover, most employees think of it as another layer of control and make an assumption that the company does not trust them.