When: May 30 | 2019 Attend
The days of securing a well-defined perimeter around your organization are gone. The cloud, mobile technologies, the internet of things (IoT) and diverse user groups freely exchange data across digital ecosystems, network and economies. This fluidity, however, means that organizations must secure access at multiple points throughout the organization, or risk letting in intruders seeking to hijack data.
When: March 7 | 2019 Attend
No organization’s suite of business applications is static, especially for businesses that have committed to non-stop innovation. It is not uncommon for businesses to integrate only their high-impact applications with their existing identity and access management (IAM) systems. This can cause a huge surge in manual work, and oftentimes enterprises dedicate hundreds of human agents to manage accounts, adding more as new business applications are added. Enterprises can sidestep significant costs, increase efficiency, manage risk and deliver undiscovered value, by properly leveraging automation technologies across IAM systems.
When: May 06 2010 6:00 am
Presenting: Steven Furnell, Head of School of Computing, Plymouth University
As more varied and sensitive online services emerge, the requirement to verify user identity is an increasingly common experience for an ever-widening range of participants. This presentation considers the fundamental challenge of authenticating the user and ensuring that the right person is claiming the right identity.
When: May 06 2010 11:00 am
Presenting: David Temoshok; Federal Identity Management GSA, Director
This session will describe the principal components of the Federal Identity Credentialing and Access Management (FICAM) Program, including the associated policy and operational infrastructure.