Build a Zero Trust Identity Access Management and Governance Roadmap for Your Institution

Tuesday, October 26 | 1:00PM–4:00PM ET
Viewing Location: Philadelphia
Session Type: Industry Led
Delivery Format: Preconference Workshop Session

While universities and colleges struggle to keep pace with a surge in cybersecurity attacks, many are seeking advice on how to implement zero trust security models while modernizing identity access management and governance programs. Join Hitachi ID and Identity Works for guidance on how to do both—generate a zero trust identity access management and governance assessment, and develop a roadmap outline that protects your institution. This workshop is ideal for you if you are designing the information security strategy and program for your institution and typically hold a director level (or above) title. It is an ideal time investment for multiple participants from one institution to work collaboratively on a strategy for their institution.

•        Learn how a zero trust security model can reduce cybersecurity risk and protect your institution
•        Work through the 10-step identity access management and governance assessment
•        Gain firsthand knowledge about which roadmap strategies work and which quick wins offer visible results 
•        Produce a roadmap outline for your institution 

An industry and campus workshop.

Attendance is limited to the first 60 who register.

Presenters

  • Patrick Dooley

    President and Founder, Identity Works LLC
  • Mark Earnest

    Principal Consultant, Identity Works LLC
  • Bruce Macdonald

    Sr. IAM Project Architect, Hitachi ID Systems, Inc.
  • Max Pincombe

    Senior Account Executive, Hitachi ID Systems, Inc.