Date: 14th Jul 2011
Venue: Marco Pierre White's L'Escargot, London
Are concerns over data privacy and access management blocking your plans to make more effective use of outsourcing, virtualisation or cloud computing? If so, this CBR Dining Club promises to explain the potential benefits of new approaches and technology that can offer organisations trusted and flexible identity, access and password management – helping to ensure that data privacy breaches are a thing of the past.
A recent Gartner report noted that, "Too many organisations and too many users have permanent and full superuser, root or administrator privileges, a gaping vulnerability that exposes mission-critical systems to accidental harm and malicious activity." Several recent data privacy breaches that have hit the headlines have suffered as a result of this deficiency. But as well as better control of privileged access management, many organisations are also seeking ways to securely and dynamically sign users in and out of on-premise and software as a service (SaaS) applications.
This event will look at the latest risks around identity, access and password management, and help attendees understand the regulatory backdrop and their implications for this critical area. It will look at the importance of good governance over access management policies, and help delegates understand the potential benefits of adopting the latest identity and access management technology and best practices.
Lots for you and your peers to discuss in the exquisite sourronding of L'Escargot, first opened in 1927 and serving the finest in French food all under the keen, critical eye of the infamous Marco Pierre White. Joining us for this fabulous evening will be a speaker from our sponson Quest Software. So join us for the wonderful 3 course meal and drinks, compliments of CBR and our sponsors for the evening.
All in all, an event surely not to be missed