November 29th, 2018 Chapter Meeting: Symposium: Identity Governance and Management

When: Thursday, November 29th, 2018 from 8:00AM to 1:00PM, (Morning pastries and lunch provided . . . )

Where: Salesforce Offices, 2035 NE Cornelius Pass Rd, Hillsboro, OR 97124

This event sponsored by Saviynt.

8:00AM – 8:45AM Networking and Introductions

Session 1: 8:45AM – 9:40AM

Title: “Keeping Pace with the Trajectory of IGA Evolution”

Presented by Diana Volere, Principal Solution Architect with Saviynt

Synopsis: Positive identification and granting of permissions is an old, old problem, but one which continually grows ever more complicated yet ever more necessary. The pressure of compliance regulations, the massive scale of the cloud and the Internet of Things, and the increasing sophistication of attacks are all driving a need to look at Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) in new ways. We’ll touch on the history and explore the current state of capabilities in the space of identity governance, and then prognosticate the directions and challenges to come.

Speaker Bio: Diana Volere has been a professional in security, identity and access for almost twenty years. She has spent time in delivery and pre-sales for leading vendors Novell, Oracle and ForgeRock, as well as consulting with Edgile. Diana has architected and driven sales of solutions for global Fortune 500 companies and focused on several industry-specific verticals, with an emphasis on healthcare and financial. Her aptitude for translating complex technology terminology and capabilities to business value and language plays into her passion for bridging the gap between technology and business needs. Outside of work she loves travel, gastronomy, sci-fi and most other activities associated with being a geek.

Session 2: 9:45AM – 10:40AM

Title: “How to successfully deploy and manage cloud IAM solutions”

Presented by Baber Amin, CTO for West with Ping Identity.

Speaker Bio: Mr. Baber Amin works with Ping customers to develop and evolve their IAM strategy. Baber is also working on Ping’s M&A and ML/AI strategy. Previously, he was responsible for Ping’s solution offerings around OpenBanking, GDPR, Privacy, and Consent, product and solution go-to market and pricing strategy, and for solutions in Employee, and Consumer centric Identity and Access Management. Prior to Ping, Mr. Amin served as Senior Director of product management for IDaaS solutions at Oracle Corp. and CA Technologies and served as Director of Cloud Security with Novell Identity and Security. Mr. Amin is an author on several patents in software security, web caching and content distribution.

Session 3: 10:50AM – 11:45AM

Title: Three Challenges of Identity Security with Modern IT

Presented by Cameron Williams, CTO with OverWatchID

Synopsis: Modern IT environments have three major challenges with traditional identity security products. IT organizations evolved and embraced hybrid IT deployments and cloud services, traditional identity security vendors failed to evolve with them. Organizations are left vulnerable to privilege abuse, insider threats and external attackers. Find out if your organization is affected by these three challenges and learn how they can be prevented.

Speaker Bio: For more than 25 years, Cameron Williams has helped enterpise clients like IBM, Wells Fargo, Sony, BP, and dozens others keep their data safe and secure from data breaches, hacks, ransomware, and spear-phishing. As OverWatchID’s CTO, Cam leads all product design and product development, and is responsible for ensuring that that the company’s cloud-based converged identity security platform is meeting existing and future threats to identity security. Prior to co-founding OverWatchID, Cam held senior positions with InteliSecure, Juniper Networks, Pulse Secure, Virtela Technology Services, IBM, and MCI. Cam studied computer science at North Carolina State University and pre-med at Penn State University. Cam lives in Denver with his daughter Alaura and dog Zoe. He is a competitive Ironman and is an internationally ranked parathlete.

Lunch Break 11:45AM – 12:15PM

Session 4: 12:15PM – 1:00PM

Panel Discussion

Details to follow

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