European Identity & Cloud Conference 2015
05.05. – 08.05.2015, Munich, Germany

Industry Focus Workshop: Insurance & Financial Services

08.05.2015 09:00-12:30

Prepare your Organization for the Digital Transformation: Enable the Agile, Connected Business

Finding the balance between new business requirements and compliance & information security challenges

This workshop will focus on the fundamental changes organizations are facing these days. On one hand, there is business demand for connecting with business partners, customers, and mobile workforces in a far more flexible way than ever before. Cloud Computing is increasingly becoming a reality. The IoT will massively affect business models, with health information of customers or data from connected vehicles becoming available, leading to entirely new types of contracts. On the other hand, ever-tightening compliance regulations and the need for information security in a connected world are threatening. Finding the right balance and preparing your IT for being able to serve to the business requirements while meeting the compliance & information security challenges of this agile, connected business is key to success.

While this workshop puts emphasis on the financial services and in particular insurance companies, the discussion will be valuable for attendees from other industries as well – all industries are facing the same challenges in the digital transformation of businesses.

During this workshop, Wolfgang Rupprath from FSP will introduce the delegates into the “Bipro” called initiative for process standardization between companies in the Insurance sector. TGIC (Trusted German Insurance Cloud) is the technical business enabler.

Together they build the backbone for an insurance industry wide process optimization possibility. As an example, for the “Bipro Authentication and Authorization” standard, the TGIC can serve as a Trust Center. The TGIC infrastructure can also be the means for a lot of new trusted (secure) (shared) cloud services.

After attending this workshop you will be able to

  • Regoccnize and define the challenges of the digital transformation of businesses
  • Know Future-proof blueprints for Information Security
  • Define Processes and guidelines for Information Security in agile, connected businesses
  • Understand and measure the risk of cloud and on-premise IT services

This workshop qualifies for 3 Group Learning based CPEs.

Identity Mixer, uProve, Qiy Trust Framework, UMA: Providing Control to the Individual

08.05.2015 13:30-16:00

Identity Mixer, uProve, Qiy Trust Framework, UMA: Providing Control to the Individual

Securing access to personally identifiable information in a way that the individual that information is pointing to has full control, is one of the challenges in the era of digital transformation.

In this workshop, we will do a deep-dive into the available and forthcoming standards, technologies and their implementation for what we call Life Management Platforms (LMPs), which combine personal data stores, personal cloud-based computing environments, and trust frameworks. LMPs allow individuals managing their daily life in a secure, privacy-aware, and device-independent way. In contrast to pure personal data stores, they support concepts, which allow interacting with other parties in a meaningful way without unveiling more data than necessary to lead the intended interaction to a success. Think about comparing offers for insurance contracts or think about pulling articles from various sites for the ‘personalised newspaper’ without unveiling the full list of current interests.

After attending this workshop you will be able to

  • Give an Overview on existing standards and projects (Kantara UMA, Microsoft uProve, Qiy Trust Framework), their maturity and potentials
  • Describe Life Management Business Models and current implementations
  • Estimate Market Development in the coming 5 years

This workshop qualifies for 2 Group Learning based CPEs.

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