Second in a Series of New Roundtable Events Showcasing Emerging Technologies...
Hear about emerging trends in banking enterprise access management;
Find out how employee access management and authentication can be improved with emerging technologies and new functionalities;
Learn how to reduce your vulnerability to employee threats and insider fraud.
At a time when the banking industry is in flux - institutions are failing and merging, and employee layoffs are widespread - it is imperative that banking institutions improve their enterprise Identity Access and Management (IAM) practices.
It's never been a more challenging time for Identity and Access Management (IAM).
Banking institutions themselves are ever more complex, what with extended networks of remote employees, contractors and vendors, as well as the number of critical business applications - and private data - they're accessing via these networks.
And then there are the challenging times we're experiencing. Banking institutions are failing and merging; thousands of employees are being laid off - with the remaining workers subject to new levels of stress - and economic conditions have only heightened security threats from inside and outside the institution.
It's time to check and re-check IAM methods, and in this webinar you will hear from industry thought-leaders who will discuss trends and technologies related to all aspects of IAM, including:
Enrollment/Identification -- Assigning a "persona" to employees
Authentication -- Validating the employee is legitimate
Provisioning -- Assigning and rescinding "rights" to an employee
Review/Monitoring -- Ongoing and periodic validation of users and their rights.
David Dingwall is a Solutions Architect for Fox Technologies, Inc. David has spent 20 years implementing and consulting on Enterprise Identity and Access Control Management solutions for the financial services, telcoms, legal, government and healthcare sectors. Driven by legislation changes, David has recently been involved in implementing large scale identity biometric solutions into Italy, and fraud prevention systems in South America.
Chief Technologist - Cloakware
Robert Grapes is Chief Technologist for Cloakware's Datacenter Solutions business, maintaining the insight to the Enterprise market opportunities for Cloakware security technology. Rob has more than 17 years of professional experience in the technology sector. Prior to joining Cloakware in 2004, Rob spent many years with Entrust Technologies as a software toolkit product manager, with Cognos in vertical analyst relations, and with Allen-Bradley as a control systems automation developer. Rob's expertise on enterprise security and Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) has enabled many large government and financial service organizations to meet their audit requirements for PCI-DSS, FISMA, FERC and other regulations while reducing risk and improving operational efficiency.
President & Former VP Security, BITS
Smocer has over 30 years' experience in security and control functions. Paul oversees BITS and previously served as President of FSTC and worked to integrate BITS' and FSTC's work. Smocer was hired in early 2008 by BITS, a division of the Financial Services Roundtable, to lead its security program. In this role, he led BITS' work in promoting the safety and soundness of financial institutions through best practices and successful strategies for developing secure infrastructures, products and services.