Implementing Role-Based Access Control at Michigan

Tuesday, May 14 | 8:00AM–9:00AM CT | Vevey 1-2, Second Floor Event Centre
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
The University of Michigan is transforming how permissions in systems and access to data are granted, maintained, and revoked. Currently, access to resources is often managed manually on a service-by-service basis. By introducing automated provisioning, user accounts can be immediately created or modified with the correct permissions for an individual to perform a job. This change will improve compliance, reduce administrative costs, and improve the user experience. Join us for an interactive conversation and hear how we plan to implement role-based access control. Also, learn how an identity governance tool can be leveraged.

Outcomes: Explore a comprehensive process for acquiring an identity governance tool * Learn how business and technical roles are developed and maintained * Learn best practices for implementing in role-based access control in a university setting


  • DePriest Dockins

    Director, Identity and Access Management, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • Aimee Lahann

    Senior Business Systems Analyst, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

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    Updated on 11/26/2019