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Deployment of IoT installations are accelerating as organisations seek to expand their business by adding IoT functionality to their products/service, or reduce their costs by automating processes. Unfortunately, in many cases these initiatives are not adequately executed and, as a result, do not meet expectations.
In this session we will look at 5 pillars of an IoT deployment: the Device pillar ensures we select the appropriate sensors and actuators, the Control pillar guides our decisions on controller functionality, the Communications pillar ensures we consider which options fit our required functionality and budget, the IT pillar determines the level of integration between our IT and OT environments, and the Security pillar guides our protection strategy.
A holistic approach is a success-indicator for our IoT projects.
In this session Thomas Müller-Martin, Global Technical Lead at Omada will share his insights about the evolving IGA market and why companies today choose an enterprise IGA SAAS platform over an on-premise solution. Learn in this session how to transform your legacy or home-grown solution to a modern IGA solution without the hassle of long and cumbersome implementation and high maintenance costs. Based on best practices, we will demonstrate to you how organizations today can deliver fast value to their business to mitigate risk and increase efficiency. Join this interesting speech by Omada, a global market leader in Identity Governance and Administration (IGA).
Organisations perceive their users through data. In the world of fewer and fewer opportunities for physical contact, identity verification is going all remote. All online service providers need to model the risks related to user impersonation and user manipulation attacks.
Static data can be easily spoofed. Dynamic data analysis (mainly in a time series manner) is the way to go.
User recognition and authentication is becoming the central element of companies' digitalisation strategy. Not only are user registration and login the first experiences users make, Identity and Access management will ultimately determine which company recognises and serves the needs of its users best and will be successful in the market.
What you can expect
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...)
There are various ways that client applications may need to log in when going beyond passwords. With a username and password, client development is easy -- just collect a couple of inputs from the user and match them on the server. When going beyond these though, how can client applications be deployed and maintained in a way that the server still dictates what the client should present and obtain from the user when authenticating them?
Now more than ever, the world is operating online. Governments and enterprises need a way of securely verifying an individual’s identity whilst providing an inclusive and positive customer experience. iProov is a world leader in cloud-based face biometric authentication technology. Our Genuine Presence Assurance™ technology, powered by flashmark, ensures that the individual is: the right person, a real person, and also confirms that they are authenticating right now.
Disclaimer: The speaker at this session has not been involved either directly or indirectly in the work in the aftermath of any of the Ransomware attacks described in this session. All of the information from the cases is based solely on data that is in public domain.