Alongside the increased adoption of cloud and mobility technologies in the enterprise environment, there is a general expectation to have 24x7 access to web applications and data from personal and company-owned mobile devices and from any location. During this webinar, we’ll show you how to implement a new approach to identity and access management that’s device and location aware.
How to addresses the authentication and authorization management challenges associated with the way people work today.
How to enable cloud adoption with more flexible policies to automatically adapt and securely respond to changes in user types and behaviour.
How to automate the selection and changing of passwords that’s long, strong and unique across all accounts.
Despite the rapid enterprise adoption of SaaS, many organizations still rely on a hybrid mix of on-premise and SaaS apps to run their business, creating administrative challenges and inefficiencies.
Identity-as-a-service (IDaaS) solutions have evolved to provide business and security professionals with a viable and compelling alternative to traditional IAM options. Besides delivering all the great cloud benefits, cloud-based IAM offerings can integrate with on-premise environments to increase business agility, reduce operational inefficiencies, mitigate identity risks, and improve real-time visibility for today's hybrid enterprise.
Join featured speaker Merritt Maxim, Senior Analyst at Forrester Research, as he discusses the state of IDaaS in the context of new architectures and real world use-cases, including:
– Current IDaaS Market Trends
– Critical considerations for building an IDaaS architecture & strategy
– Challenges in extending on-premises
– IAM approaches to the cloud
– Key benefits from deploying IDaaS in hybrid environment
– Quick Demo of OneLogin IDaaS solution for hybrid environment
The landscape of IT and data security has changed since the advent of the cloud. Savvy organizations know that they must have visibility and control over their environment to make the most of their investment. Tools like Amazon Identity and Access Management (IAM) can help teams proactively manage and protect their cloud environment.
Join CloudCheckr CEO Aaron Newman for a webinar to learn tips for effective and secure cloud deployments, including:
- How to address requirements of AWS’ Shared Responsibility Model
- Why anticipating internal threats, as well as external, is crucial for mitigating cloud security risks
- What Amazon IAM is, and how it can help ensure secure and compliant deployments
- Best practices for using IAM to configure user permissions, policies, and more
If you are building or re-engineering your IDM platform in Higher Education, a key requirement is buy-in. We’ll show you how a few simple steps built "buy in" at the University of Oklahoma and how you can learn from our success and failures.
You'll learn how to:
Review the IAM landscape in higher education
Determine the best platform for your environment
Use open communication and governance to build buy-in across the business organizations at your university.
Future-proof your IAM platform
Gone are the days when IAM stood for SSO, centralized policy management and automated user provisioning. In a world full of uncertainties and data breaches, Identity and Access Management (IAM) must deliver more than ever, faster than ever, for businesses to succeed at building trusted relationships and delighting customers at every interaction. Consolidation, integration & automation (CIA) of IAM are magic ingredients for achieving better visibility, speed, intelligence and risk mitigation.
Viewers can learn how privacy and security are not only enabled by, but become more powerful through integration with modern IAM.
- Steve Tout, President & CEO, Forte Advisory, Inc.
- Stan Bounev, Founder & Chief Product Officer at VeriClouds
Today, the need to deploy security controls for managing digital identities and associated access is pretty well understood and expressed across industries and geographic regions.
There is enough literature in the public domain emphasizing why IAM is a must and what all can go wrong if a specific product is not implemented. While product centric material is available in plenty, there is limited guidance available for information security professionals to prepare themselves and their organizations for IAM, neutral of the product.
“68% of the security leaders claim they ran successful IAM programs; the top reason attributed to the success is detailed planning and preparation.”
As part of preparation and planning for IAM program, information security professionals need to understand the concepts and approach to tackle several pertinent matters.
In this webinar we will take you through a step by step approach from a practitioner’s perspective, covering all these concerns and the related topics
Reduce the risks involved with implementation of an IAM solution by chosing Fast Forward IAM. This webinar explains the components of Fast Forward IAM and the benefits to your organization which include a fixed price, a known deliverable, and a tangible timeline.Read more >
In this video, you'll learn about the top pitfalls encountered when organizations attempt to implement IAM solutions, and then we'll review best practices to avoid these pitfallsRead more >
Identity and access management (IAM) initiatives with a focus on users can enable your business, while still supporting their traditional role in the important areas of security, compliance, and reliability.
In the research report "IAM for Everyone: How A Broader Strategic Focus on Users Pays Off," Aberdeen Group’s Derek Brink describes four high-level attributes that can help you quickly assess whether your organization’s IAM initiatives are on a path to achieve similar results:
- IAM is viewed not only as the technical means for control, compliance, and cost efficiencies, but also as an essential strategic business enabler
- Both rewarded risks (eg. enablement) and unrewarded risks (eg, protection) are among the top drivers of your IAM investment
- There is a strong focus on a convenient, streamlined, and personalized user experience
- The performance of your IAM investments are being measured and are helping to produce the desired business value
Join CA Technologies and Aberdeen Group for this highly informative on-demand webinar on IAM as a strategic enabler.
Esta sesión cubrirá las mejores prácticas AWS Identity y Access Management (IAM) que ayudan a mejorar su situación de seguridad. Cubriremos cómo administrar usuarios y sus credenciales de seguridad. También vamos a explicar por qué borrar las teclas de acceso o de raíz, o al menos cambiarlas regularmente. Usando algunos casos de éxito, vamos a demostrar cuándo elegir entre usuarios IAM y roles de IAM. Por último, vamos a explorar cómo configurar permisos para otorgar privilegios de control de acceso mínimo en una o más de sus cuentas de AWS.Read more >
After calculating that the school district spent $525,000 per year for staff to manage individual accounts, the IT team began to seek a centralized identity and access management solution that would automate and maintain the lifecycle management of all user accounts.
This joint webinar will feature the following:
• Brief presentation from Chris Cummings, Director of Information Technology at Klein
• Insight into how Klein overcame major identity and access management issues
• Q&A session between CIS and Mr. Cummings overviewing the implementation of the solution
Today's business initiatives include developing stronger security to help protect against vulnerabilities, minimizing corporate risk and meeting compliancy requirements. Investments in intelligent Identity and Access Management (IAM) can help organizations meet these objectives, lower IT operating costs, and improve productivity. Join (ISC)2 and Courion Corp on March 12, 2015 at 1:00PM Eastern for the 1st part of a 3 part series where we'll provide guidelines to help you create a compelling business case for IAM technology and the ability to provide continuous monitoring that makes you aware quicker and react faster to risk.Also included will be real-life examples of how investments IAM infrastructure technology can enhance your security posture.Read more >
In the application economy, it is critical to simplify access to applications delivered from the enterprise and cloud – and do so quickly, securely and cost effectively. Cloud IAM, or Identity and Access Management as a Service (IAMaaS), can be deployed with or without on-premise IAM products to provide seamless access for your employees, partners and customers.
Join David Gormley, Director, Security Solutions at CA Technologies, to learn how Cloud IAM can be easily integrated with existing IAM components to provide additional flexibility and scalability without burdening your IT infrastructure.
Identity Access Management is a complex matrix of requirements meant to assure that only the right people have access to your data. This requires the creation of a rules, roles, and a method for preserving information about access rights. In other words, we create 'big data' that then must be mined to find the most risky individuals and risky behaviors. By starting with a risk-based approach, finding those behaviors and individuals is easier. Explore with us as we examine how risk values can be assigned as you build the database so that analyzing and reporting become easier.Read more >
Part 1 of a three-part learning series: Understanding and Selecting IAM for Cloud Services.
Get conceptual awareness of IAM terms and concepts, bring them into sharp focus. This segment will enable you to:
-Itemize features and benefits common to most cloud identity and access management systems
-Be aware of key cloud identity services issues
-Disentangle design from implementation standards by learning IAM design patterns to describe the architecture
In today's rapidly evolving business world, successful CIOs no longer
reduce IT costs, they handpick the consumer-facing apps that will
As increasing numbers of people, devices, and “things” are assigned
identities across networks, simple, flexible, and scalable identity and
access management services become imperative for any business to safely
and efficiently engage with their customers.
Today’s solutions must link devices--laptops, phones, touchpads, cars--and new
mobile and social apps into a single security platform that works all
the time, everywhere, on premises or off in the cloud.
IAM is no longer merely identity and access management--it’s IRM: identity
relationship management. Successful CIOs will shift their business
values to embrace this new reality.
An increasing portion of your revenue and customer engagement hinges on digital relationships that span multiple channels like web and mobile, and this puts your customers in the driver’s seat more than ever before. Any hitch in securely registering or logging into your website, mobile app, or web services and undue friction when conducting transactions can send prospects and even loyal customers to your competition.
Please join guest speaker Andras Cser, VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, Inc. and John Hawley, VP of Security Strategy at CA Technologies, to explore the requirements for consistent security across channels of customer interaction and the need to create a new balance between convenience and security. Learn how Customer IAM (CIAM) can both enable and protect digital interactions so you can enhance customer relationships and reduce risk at the same time.
Identity and Access Management (IAM) was traditionally designed for internal, perimeter-based enterprise. However, the world has significantly changed. Today’s CIOs and CISOs are being asked to shift investments from lowering operational costs to driving top-line revenue. Solutions must be stateless and link all types of devices, applications and things. In this round table we will discuss the new model for identity -- Identity Relationship Management -- and its impact on the modern enterprise.Read more >