Access to digital information has become an integral part of every organisation and whilst it has helped departments innovate and transform how they operate, it has also created challenges. Public sector organisations must be aware who is accessing what information, when, where, why, and how. As we move beyond the COVID-19 pandemic from response to recovery, many government employees will continue working remotely which presents a continuous threat to network security.
IAM has become a rising topic amongst the IT and cyber security community especially in the public sector as the increased need for transparency for compliance purposes becomes ever more important. This virtual summit will highlight the pain points associated with implementing an IAM program, how to overcome those hurdles, and will showcase how IAM can be a key tool in your IT governance framework.
We’ll delve into the business challenges, as well as highlight what vendors and capabilities exist in this space, and how can they be weaved together to give an assurance of identity security.
Understand the business value of implementing IAM within your organisation
Navigate issues of privacy and governance in a multi-cloud environment
Evaluate which tools are best suited for your agency’s IAM program
Connect and learn from other IAM professionals
Your Inspiring Speakers:
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center
City of Port Phillip
Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner (OVIC)
ACT Health Directorate