Are You Ready for the Gartner IAM Summit? Three Sessions You Shouldn’t Miss!

Gal Helemski
November 23, 2016

We’re excited to take part in this year’s Gartner IAM Summit and have checked out  some great sessions that you do not want to miss.
But before we give you the sneak preview, we wanted to remind you to stop by our booth 116 to get a luxurious ride in PlainID’s limousine. Don’t just travel to or from the conference, do it in style and be the talk of the town!

The Three IAM Summit Sessions You Must Attend! 


Homan Farahmand about “Systematic and Practical Approach to Optimizing Authorization Architecture”

Tue, 29 Nov 2016 1:45 PM – 2:30 PM

Misalignment between business and authorization controls causes persistent audit and compliance issues, driving implementation of more common approaches to authorization architecture and formalizing policy management processes. IAM teams must pre-authorize users at the time of administration and make authorization decisions at runtime. While most organizations centralize their admin-time authorization systems, they don’t have a clear plan on how to improve runtime authorization systems. Key Issues: What are the key elements of authorization architecture development process? How to establish a solid foundation for runtime authorization policy management? How to set realistic goals for authorization architecture optimization?

Allan Ant about “Identity and Access Management in the Digital Business”:

Tue, 29 Nov 2016 3:45 PM – 4:30 PM

IAM leaders in all organizations strive to ensure performant IAM programs and to justify continued investment. Digital business presents IAM leaders with new challenges and goals: to reflect profound changes in security, risk management and IT (themselves driven by digital business), to power digital business outcomes and a need for change in IAM leaders themselves.

Gregg Kreizman about  “Making the Right Choices for Access Management and Single Sign-On”

Tue, 29 Nov 2016 3:45 PM – 4:30 PM

Access management solutions has expanded to web applications and native mobile applications, which function on clouds (private and public) or in house.  It is important to find solutions to provide consistent authentication, single sign-on and authorization for your applications.

This session will help you makes appropriate access management choices in the face of growing software and cloud market offerings.

We hope that you enjoy them and be sure to drop by the PlainID booth 116 to discuss all things about simplified AuthZ. Hey, maybe we will get the chance to talk over drinks in the limo on the way out!

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