A modern connected vehicle is no longer just a car with a built-in wireless access point – it is a complex network of multiple interconnected systems from different vendors that are constantly communicating with each other as well as with various external parties, both consumer-facing and industrial. Each connected car is a rolling IoT ecosystem where industrial applications and protocols coexist with consumer-grade apps and services.
Martin Kuppinger, Founder and Principal Analyst, KuppingerCole and Ashley Stevenson, Identity Technology Director, ForgeRock, talk in detail about the complexity of IAM infrastructures designed for connected vehicles.
More than 50% of businesses today don't have a strategy to address the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For companies that fail to comply, the cost can be high - as much as 4% of annual turnover. Take control. Learn the steps to successfully implement GDPR.
Join Christian Almskou, Senior Partner ICY Security and Paul Ferron, Director Digital Identity Strategy, CA Technologies as they share perspectives on how to:
•Put breach notifications in place
•Establish repeatable controls and governance
•Prevent data breaches from happening
Join us for this informative peer session to help jump start GDPR.
How do I best ensure sensitive data is protected, stored, and backed up securely?
As the impact of GDPR continues to ripple throughout IT, organizations need to understand how their identity and access management ecosystem will be impacted and how identities will need to be managed going forward.
In this webinar, we cover how GDPR regulations such as data capture, consent, right to be forgotten and more will change identity lifecycle management internally and externally forever.
Enabling you to find known and unknown threats in real-time through powerful correlation and context, integrated with the leading user behaviour analytics solution. Close security gaps and prevent high value data loss by protecting personal data at data field level and automatically identifying application vulnerabilities for strong applications development operations.
Digital identities are the lifeblood of the modern digital economy
As human activity migrates online, challenges for authenticating physical identities arise, while businesses and consumers look around for guidance.
Increasing demand for answers to the identity verification dilemma was just one of the contributing factors for the emancipation of the identity space as an industry of its own, vertical-agnostic.
With such an outlook, it is important to understand what a Digital Identity is, and their current role in our society. Furthermore, how to leverage the identities to build better business models, deliver better products and services; and most importantly, how to take the leap and hop on the Identity Evolution train - after all, you don’t want to get left behind.
We know implementing new technologies, and changing your current operations and processes can be a challenge. And even though the benefits far outweigh the costs, it always helps to have a guiding hand. Today, that guiding hand comes as a framework to understand how digital identities play a beneficial role in each industry and YOUR business, so you can start the journey from analog to digital identities within your organization.
At the end of the webinar you will:
- Be able to differentiate physical from digital identities, and the attributes that shape them.
- Appreciate the function digital identities play today, and their potential to help overcome present [and future] social and economic challenges.
- Understand the role of Blockchain in the Digital Identity Ecosystem.
- Recognize the business models that are placing identity at the center: Identity-as-a-Service, or Identity APIs - and how they can reshape the world as we know it.
- Know WHY and HOW to make the leap over to digital identities within your business.
Over the past year, we have seen data breaches shift towards identity-based breaches, targeting personal information of either employees or consumers. The access to the information is used to craft and construct highly organized attacks on enterprises and is a growing contributor to identity theft. The problem is compounded by the convergence of personal and work place identities, ultimately creating major security challenges for companies.
Our 2016 Authentication and Access Management survey found 90% of enterprise IT professionals are concerned that employee reuse of personal credentials for work purposes could compromise security. During the webinar, we’ll be discussing this and other trends in the strong authentication and access management market, including:
- The status of the two-factor authentication market and what we can expect in the years to come
- The enterprise risk issues of using social media credentials to access to corporate resources
- The role the cloud is playing in the enterprise especially as it relates to single sign on and application management and access
- The ongoing challenges enterprises cite as barriers to mass adoption of a mobile workforce
Managing digital identities and access control for users, applications and things remains one of the greatest challenges facing cloud computing today. This has led to a new cloud security service paradigm that requires your organization to reevaluate the criteria for designing and implementing identity and access management (IAM) services across data centers, and private and public cloud infrastructure. This new criteria addresses the continued transformation to the cloud, mobile and internet of things (IoT), and the increased demand for open business balanced by user data security found in initiatives such as GDPR, Open Banking and PSD2.
In this webinar, you will learn about key requirements and design principles required for modern IAM systems, and how to effectively drive digital transformation, address user data security regulations and ensure you successfully manage your company’s transformation to the cloud.
From password reset to password-less authentication, providing modern authentication assurance and contextual access management has never been more critical in today’s perimeter-less world. Okta's Senior Director of Identity, Karl McGuinness, talks through the evolution of Identity and Access Management and discusses emerging trends in identity and security.Read more >
Traditional methods of identity verification are contributing to lengthy and expensive KYC and onboarding processes. Technological advances, regulatory requirements and business necessity are leading organisations to a point where they have to rethink the way identity works.
With so many financial services institutions embracing digital, the big challenge is bringing together information about each client, from multiple systems, to create one accurate client identity. Achieving this, while demonstrating robust and compliant KYC capabilities, is causing costs to spiral.
In this exclusive webinar Jodie Paula Cohen, producer of the acclaimed Identity & KYC conference, catches up with leading Identity expert Rob Laurence, Director of Innovate Identity, to gain some practical insights into how these challenges can be tackled.
Questions will include:
1) How close are we to being able to access digital information about identity in a consumable and trusted way, across industries?
2) Which technologies should organisations be looking into, to support their identity and KYC processes?
3) Is the blockchain a complete solution for improved identity verification, or just part of a wider solution?
4) How can institutions ensure a user-friendly and compliant KYC and onboarding process?
5) What are the challenges and benefits of putting in place a ‘financial services passport’?
Join this thought provoking webinar for a discussion of the security and scalability challenges that cloud & mobile era brings along. Specifically, we will cover:
- A description of how token-based systems and multi-factor authentication can replace password based systems and the associated benefits of that
- A description of next generation identity protocols OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect and how they fit the bill
- An overview of a scalable and next-generation identity infrastructure that will secure the cloud and mobile
Just as we need to secure human identities, we also need to effectively manage and secure machine identities—whether those machines are servers, applications, appliances, IoT devices or other systems. Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates and associated private keys serve as the primary method of establishing machine identities. However, organizations are not investing in machine identity protection, even though unmanaged and unsecured keys and certificates risk outages and breaches.
This session shares a 5-stage approach to TLS security, including what is achieved and can be audited at each stage. This session will enable auditors to assess the overall maturity of an organization’s machine identity protection.
Join Jeff Carpenter, Director, Identity and Access Solutions at Crossmatch in conversation with ITSP Magazine as they discuss trends in Security, RSA and fast approaching upcoming GDPR.Read more >
Travel through the Identiverse and discover the importance of identity security in a connected world.
Benefits of attending:
• Gain an understanding of the issues of identity security in the Cloud
• Get a clear picture of the standards that will enable deliver identity security in the real world
• Be informed about the latest trends affecting managing identities of people and things in the Cloud
Join David Gorton as he goes over securing access to multiple applications, as well as the architect identity frameworks for all your applications.
David Gorton is a Product Manager with Ping Identity. He has more than 15 years of designing, developing, testing, and maintaining highly performant enterprise software systems. He spent six years building and maintaining BEA Weblogic Workshop for webservice and J2EE development. Now David focuses his time on creating next generation identity and access management products that will solve hard enterprise problems.
In today’s digital landscape, we don’t own our digital identities. We might be able to control what information we put online, and manage how it’s used to a degree, but once we give that data to Facebook, Google, or Microsoft, they own it. The emerging technology of blockchain has the potential to change that with the concept of self-sovereign identity (SSID).
With SSID, individuals could maintain control over their digital identities, as well as how it is used and where it is stored. This would benefit businesses and consumers alike, simplifying efforts like KYC that cost financial institutions millions of dollars a year, and preventing data theft or misuse like the current Facebook/Cambridge Analytica fiasco.
In this webinar, a leading blockchain researcher, Prabath Siriwardena, explores the evolution of identity management in the era of blockchain, introducing the idea of Bring Your Own Identity (BYOID) and self-sovereign identity, and the need for strong authentication using biometrics as part of this innovation. Prabath has over 10 years of experience in identity and access management and is currently leading WSO2’s research into bringing blockchain and federated identity together to better protect user privacy.
- How to extend your IAM infrastructure to support Cloud based apps
- The check list you need to get started
- How to provide web single sign-on and API security for customers, partners, and employees
Financial institutions from all over the world are facing increasingly strict regulations regarding the verification and authentication of their customers’ identity. Furthermore, with the increasing amount of data breaches, status-quo identity verification processes have not only been compromised but have also made complying with current regulations harder. This ever-changing environment has forced a tipping point for organizations to regard the adoption of new technologies for identity verification as a must-have rather than a nice-to-have.
In the end, financial institutions must satisfy consumers’ demands for speed and ease of use to prevent them from going to the competition. To gain a competitive edge, remain compliant, and offer a frictionless and user experience, it is imperative for FIs to invest in technologies that bridge the compliance-convenience gap.
Why identity and security is key to the Cloud and how we can make it work. In this session Andrew will explore how Cloud single sign-on, implemented the right way using well-established standards, is helping to solve both the security and the convenience problem; and will look at how these standards are evolving to include broader trends of mobile and API access.
About the speaker:
Andrew's expertise in digital business and identity is built on 6 years of worldwide experience at Ping Identity across a broad range of private and public sector identity projects. Before joining Ping, Andrew held a variety of technical architecture and product management positions with leading software companies including Allaire, Macromedia and Adobe. He is currently Director of World Wide Technical Marketing at Ping Identity.
Over their 100-year history, Nexteer Automotive welcomed technology advancements and innovations. They continue this journey in the era of digital transformation to fuel productivity, efficiency and innovation.
While modernizing IT led to automation and productivity gains it also significantly increased their attack surface in a time when cyber threats are all too common. The complexity of legacy infrastructure, on-prem apps, and adoption of cloud apps, produced a multitude of end-user entry points. This complicated both security and user lifecycle management.
Join CISO Arun Desouza from Nexteer to learn how they used identity as the lynchpin to connect disparate systems and applications. He will discuss how they used identity management to:
- Reduce reliance on servers and complex architecture requirements of AD FS and MIM while deploying O365 with Azure AD.
- Improve user lifecycle management by provisioning employees into all on-prem and cloud apps using HR-as-a-Master.
- Integrate identity with network security infrastructure to reduce breaches and gain immediate visibility to when and where threats take place.
Don’t want to miss this opportunity to hear how Nexteer used identity architecture to connect everything and improve ease of use, scalability, automation and productivity.
About the speakers:
Arun Desouza is Chief Information Security & Privacy Officer at Nexteer Automotive Corporation. Previously, he served as CISO and Director, Strategic Planning and Information Security at Inergy Automotive Systems. Arun’s expertise includes security strategy, risk management, identity management, cloud and privacy.
Sibrina Subedar is a Director of Product Marketing at Okta. She spent 12 years at Cisco in many roles including Customer Advocacy & Product Management and working across many technologies like routing, switching, security, VoIP. The following 3 years at NetApp she started with product management on security products.
As identity theft and credential-based attacks continue to rise, organizations wonder how this can be when they’re investing so much time and effort deploying identity and access management solutions. Unfortunately, despite their best efforts, Identity has become the most consequential attack vector to the modern enterprise. They are essentially outmatched by increasing identity risks. If you’re feeling the pressure, you can’t afford to miss this webinar. Join us to learn how to transform the way you secure access in the modern enterprise. You’ll learn how identity intelligence, business context and threat intelligence work together to build a strong foundation for secure access and an overall high degree of identity assurance.Read more >
As account opening continues to transition from physical to digital channels, financial institutions, issuers, lenders, and other organizations must optimize the digital experience of applicants in order to compete. At the same time, fraud is on the rise as criminals have become more successful than ever, thanks to some of the same digital channel benefits enjoyed by consumers: convenience, speed, and ease of use.
To achieve the necessary balance between preventing fraud and providing a delightful experience for consumers, an approach to identity proofing that accounts for the channel, product, customer, and threat environment is absolutely critical. But regardless of the approach, inconspicuous solutions — like those based on applicant behavior — have a distinct role to play in how institutions manage the risk of application fraud.