WEBINAR: Rethinking Identity and Access Governance in a World of Change and Complexity

Organisations and the environments they operate in are more complex than ever and they are also experiencing unprecedented change. Budgets are shrinking, cloud computing and SaaS present compelling options, attacks are on the rise and regulations continue to impact operations.

It is more critical than ever to understand Identity and Access strategythe access your users have and what they are doing with the access they have been granted. Knowing who has access to what, why they have the access, when they got the access, etc. are all required, but this information resides in the business rather than IT.

Discover how empowering your users to manage and review their access can help you mitigate risk, ensure compliance and reduce overall costs.

KuppingerCole´s Principal Analyst Martin Kuppinger will give you an overview on the criteria to look after before deciding on your future Identity and Access strategy. As the second speaker in this webinar, Jörn Dierks from NetIQ will describe some Best Practices and how Identity and Access Governance solutions from NetIQ have been implemented.

Register today to join this webinar to learn more about this topic.

Date: 31st January 2013, 14:00 GMT

Martin Kuppinger (KuppingerCole)
Jörn Dierks (NetIQ)

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