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Do people really care about data privacy?
Do people really care about data privacy?
Back in November 2013 the U.S. congress enacted the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA). Part of the regulation is that actors within the U.S. pharmaceutical industry must verify the U.S. state license, which is issued by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), status (and thus the authenticity) of every trading partner within their supply chain. And this does not stop just by direct trading partners a pharmaceutical supply chain actor might have, the regulation states, that also indirect trading partner’s U.S. state license status must be proofed.
Most enterprise infrastructure and software are in the later stages of cloud transformation. However Identity Management and Governance has lagged behind. First generation monolithic IAM solutions and providers do not provide agility into entitlement and risks in a cloud first world. The complexity of diverse infrastructure, security policies, and development velocity make it virtually impossible to provision, analyze and remediate at scale.
IT has changed fundamentally in the past years. Multi-cloud environments mixed with private clouds and on-premises infrastructures (multi-hybrid) are the new normal.
The high pace in transformation, modernization, and innovation required for success in the digital age requires these environments to work smooth and secure.
In his talk, Martin Kuppinger will discuss where and how IT, IT Security, and IAM need to evolve to make the digital business fly.
Based on our research about critical privacy areas in Social CRM I could present solutions and discuss further potentials provided by upcoming technologies and resulting requirement on privacy management systems.
Social CRM is a bit special as indeed many applications and processes areas are still in legally grey area, without established and accepted standards. Users tend to ignore this fact as many applications and process provide a value for them and/or are comfortable. Based on this specific setup I could build up the discussion and presentation.
This presentation would be more a discussion to show potential solutions and not the presentation of a specific solution
Artificial Intelligence is a little bit like sex: Everyone talks about it, very few people actually do it and if you don't do it safely, the consequences can be devastating. This session will give you a basic understanding of what you (yes, you!) can do to implement "ethical" AI systems in your organization and enjoy the promising opportunities this new tool offers while being aware of its limitations and risks.
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!
As processing power becomes cheaper, smaller, and more accessible, the issues of Identity in this automated space become increasingly relevant. We will discuss how machine learning (ML) can perform many traditional governance tasks previously the responsibility of managers – from ensuring appropriate access controls to automating the processing of access requests. We will also examine how intelligent devices are acting as agents for other identities and the challenges this brings to traditional identity management. Real-world examples will be presented of ML identifying security concerns and other vulnerabilities.
The presentation explains how institutions can establish relationships with clients and manage their data.
Adrian Doerk, Business Development Manager, Main Incubator GmbH