Zubaid Kazmi, IAM, MorganFranklin; Tom Malta, CEO/Principal at IAM Experts; Perry Menezes, Financial Services, MorganFranklin
No end in sight…regulatory mandates continue to increase. In response, many organizations create compliance-driven IAM programs with the assumption that security measures are inherently addressed. While compliance is still a key driver in IAM initiatives, IAM is evolving into a security and risk-based program with capabilities focused on entitlement management and enforcement of logical access controls.
Building a security and risk driven IAM program allows organizations to adopt broader, enterprise-based solutions that are adaptable to usage trends, such a as cloud, mobile and remote office. User demand will continue to drive program disciplines to transform from a compliance-based program into a true secure business enabler, helping reduce overall risks created by emerging technologies and threats.
While compliance and security intersect, they are not considered equal. Join us for a live webinar on the key aspects and benefits of security-driven IAM programs. In this session you'll hear about:
* Considerations to building a security-driven IAM program
* Key indicators to determine if your IAM program is compliance-driven or security-driven
* Benefits of security-driven IAM programs