3.55pm ‐ 5pm
Speaker: Richard Cabana, Bob Reynolds, OpenText
Identity Management provides organizations with an infinite possibility of connecting complex systems together, several of which invariably contain sensitive information about a data subject, or provide access to applications or data sources housing personal data.
This session will put forth that with the adoption of the American Data Privacy Protection Act looming, and the European Global Data Protection Regulation entering its fifth year; Identity projects need to enforce better governance with respect to consumer or citizen data residing within or controlled by their CIAM initiatives.
This session will introduce the concept of Purpose Based Access Control, and why we state that Identity powers privacy. In the early nineties, RBAC was introduced as a means to simplify and enhance permission assignments by tying access to roles. This eventually led to ABAC which offered further granularity through the use of complex rules which could assign permissions based on attributes associated with one or more identities. WE are proposing PBAC as a means to deal with data subject privacy where it pertains to Identity Governance and Administration.
The draft agenda for the main conference can be found HERE and you may register for the Conference HERE. We are waiting on a few minor updates to the agenda and the online files will be updated as soon as we have them.
Attendance at the weekend workshops is not dependent on you attending the full conference week and these require a separate registration using this LINK.
Some of the sessions during the conference week will be shared online, but not all of them. Those registering to attend online will receive full details the week before the event.