2nd European Identity Conference
22.04. – 25.04.2008, Munich


<a Dr. Horst Walther, Kuppinger Cole
Medium Sized Companies24.04.2008 10:30-11:30
Implementing Lean Identity Management in a Medium Sized Company

J�rg Mauz, Ansmann AG

While the first wave of Identity Management implementations has been taking place mostly in large enterprises and discussions on RoI potentials delivered by these projects seem to sometimes be pretty controversial, the number of medium sized companies investing in Identity Management is on a sharp rise now. Jörg Mauz, who is CIO at Ansmann AG, a company with 300 employees, will show in this presentation, how he managed to make a successful move into a lean and feasible Identity…

Setting Up the IAM Project Roadmap At Premiere

Johannes Lechner, Premiere Fernsehen GmbH & Co. KG

Following a strategy of concentration on core competencies Premiere off-loads numerous services to external parties. The task to organize and maintain their employees’ electronic IDs in Premiere business systems, their roles and their access to the systems called for an in-depth analysis of the organisation’s needs in IAM. Its results led Premiere to the decision for an IAM system. Laying the basis by implementation of the system infra-structure will be followed by the rollout of ID…

Identity Management & SOA24.04.2008 11:30-12:30
SOA Security Challenges in an Extended Enterprise Model

Stuart Boardman, CGI • Dennis Attinger, Philips International

This presentation focuses on issues related to identity and access management as traditional enterprises move into an extended enterprise model, based on SOA concepts. Usually the resulting architectures are a mix of eBusiness portals with an enterprise internal SOA and a strong and inflexible set of legacy components. As a consequence, identities must be managed across all domains and legal/regulatory requirements adhered to. Although solutions exist for most parts of the overall puzzle,…

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