The A to Z’s of IGA

Wednesday, October 21st
@ 12:00 – 1:30 PM EST

Wednesday, October 21st
@ 12:00 – 1:30 PM EST

About the Program

The A to Z’s of IGA is an invitation-only virtual event featuring an expert panel and open room discussion.

This event is limited to 20 IT and Security leaders from major industries across the Ohio Valley region who will convene over three goals:

  • Learn from insightful conversations led by our moderated panel
  • Participate in interactive breakout room video discussions
  • Build meaningful new connections with a group of diverse thinkers
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About the Content

Building out an identity governance and administration (IGA) program can be an overwhelming task. Where do you start and how can you advance to a practical, real-world strategy? As organizations become more globalized and decentralized in how they operate and target consumers, it is important to understand their evolving business needs so that they can better prepare for identity solutions and security.

Given SAP and similar obligations, organizations may have to make advancements in their identity program along a timeline that doesn’t align with budget and other priorities. Resolving such issues at scale can be especially challenging when the current state of identity management maintains manual processes and limited automation. Yet, as the security landscape continues to evolve, a strong and cutting edge IGA strategy is critical. 

Successful organizations prioritize identity management to boost productivity, securely enable access, and ensure compliance. Drawing on years of experience in deploying identity programs in enterprise environments, our expert panel will lead a discussion on the challenges and advantages of building your organization’s program.

Discussion Topics

  • Understanding your identity strategy and planning for your needs 
  • The path to identity program maturity and the Capability Maturity Model
  • Automated solutions to successful IGA programs
  • The identity governance lifecycle—joiner, mover, leaver 
  • Why it is worth taking a step back from technology to examine policies, procedures, and standards within your organization
  • Best practices for reducing attack surfaces 
  • Taking inventory of diverse directories, systems and applications, and stakeholders
  • How to manage non-employee identities such as customers, contractors, etc. 

Moderator

Jerod Brennen
Identity Strategy and Solution Advisor
SailPoint

Panelists

Arun DeSouza
Chief Information Security & Privacy Officer (CISO)
Nexteer Automotive
Edward Slusarski
Director Of IT Internal Audit & Cybersecurity
NACCO Industries
Michelle A. Tucker
VP Cybersecurity – Identity Governance
The Huntington National Bank
Terri Zimmerman
Director, Global Cybersecurity Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Cummins

Event Details

Date

Wednesday, October 21st

Time

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST

Attendee Profile

20 IT and Security leaders from major industries across the Ohio Valley region

Agenda

12:00PM     Attendees Enter Virtual Event & Welcome Remarks

12:05PM     Video Networking in Breakout Rooms

12:15PM     Panel Discussion

12:55PM     Audience Q&A

1:10PM       Breakout Networking Sessions

12:00PM     

Attendees Enter Virtual Event & Welcome Remarks

12:05PM     

Video Networking in Breakout Rooms

12:15PM     

Panel Discussion

12:55PM     

Audience Q&A

1:10PM     

Breakout Networking Sessions

Reserve Your Spot Here

Sponsor

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SailPoint, the leader in identity management across global government agencies, delivers an innovative approach to securing access across the enterprise. With SailPoint, agencies can ensure that access is granted accurately and efficiently.

The SailPoint Predictive IdentityTM platform is designed to securely accelerate mission objectives while delivering adaptive security, continuous compliance and improved process efficiency.

Learn more at www.sailpoint.com.

Organizer

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Business Development Institute (BDI) is an award-winning event marketing agency specializing in producing invitation-only, thought leadership driven, custom events on the most impactful topics. BDI’s programs create an interactive peer learning experience while providing a rare networking opportunity for like-minded leaders over a fine lunch.