European Identity Conference 2009
05.05. – 08.05.2009, Munich


<a J�rg Asma, KPMG
GRC Platforms Market Overview – Recommendations for Choosing the Best Platform07.05.2009 14:00-15:00
GRC Platforms Market Overview – Recommendations for Choosing the Best Platform

Martin Kuppinger, KuppingerCole

Over the course of the last year, GRC platforms became more mature and the overall GRC market became more structured. During this presentation, Martin Kuppinger will give an overview of the GRC market and its segments, our expectations for the future development of GRC platforms, and, based on that, recommendations and criteria to choose the appropriate GRC platform. This session will be based on the upcoming Kuppinger Cole GRC Market Segment Report which compares and rates the offerings of…

GRC Strategies Best Practice: Vibracoustic

Reinhard Falke, Vibracoustic

The path from updating a role concept to Identity Management Vision: All authorizations under unique control Organization: Data cleansing Supporters: Line Management und upper Management Risk Management: Support for departments  

Compliant Identity & Access Management at ENEL07.05.2009 15:00-16:00
Compliant Identity & Access Management at ENEL

Andrea Pugnaloni, Engineering Ingegneria Informatica

Implementing the “Data Retention Law” for an IT-Service Provider in Germany – a Case Study

Christine Deger, GaVI

As GaVI faced the requirement of implementing a central and integrated management solution for logfile- and event management. In addition to that internal requirements, it was necessary to find a solution to be compliant for the purpose of the “data retention law”. The intention of this law is to store data for the federal government, which allows them to follow the virtual traces of people who act in fraudulent intention. GaVI, as an Internet Service Provider, has the…

Key Risk Indicators � Efficiently Managing GRC07.05.2009 16:30-17:30
Key Risk Indicators � Efficiently Managing GRC

Martin Kuppinger, KuppingerCole

The concept of Key Performance Indicators is well established at the corporate level, using scorecards as a tool for a quick overview on the progress of organizations. Key Risk Indicators add risk metrics to that view, relating the progress of indicators to changes in risks. In a recent report, Kuppinger Cole provided 25 selected Key Risk Indicators (KRI) for the area of IAM and GRC. These indicators are easy to measure and provide a quick overview of the risk status and its changes for…

Standards for Policies and Risk Management: What do we have, what do we need?

Dr. Ron Rymon, CA Inc. • Darran Rolls, Sailpoint • Dr. Prateek Mishra, Oracle

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