Today’s digital threat landscape allows little room for complacency in securing entry points and data assets in large enterprise and government. Globally, the IAM landscape is set to grow from just over $5 billion in 2013 to $10.39 billion by 2018 as organisations are ever-pressed to define secure access control and what users with certain devices can and cannot do on the corporate network.
Whitehall Media’s prestigious 10th biannual IDM event will explore the coming transition of IAM from traditional IT infrastructure to a critical business intelligence resource. This must-attend event will feature keynote presentations and interactive seminar sessions from the leading Identirati brains who will review the latest, and hottest, trends in the IAM sector.
We invite senior decision makers responsible for creating, refining and innovating upon the IAM programs at their respective organisations.
Sarb Sembhi is Chair of the ISACA GRA Committee and a member of ISACA Relations Board. Sarb began his career in the public sector as a Project Manager, and has more than 30 years of project management and consultancy experience. He has gained this experience providing services to companies including BBC, Travis Perkins and BP. Sarb is a regular speaker at Information Security Conferences around the world, including CxO Summits, Gartner Summits, InfoSec Europe, RSA Europe, HITB, BCS, ISACA, IIPSec, IT Directors Forum. He is also member of ISSA Advisory Board, Eurim, Infosecurity Magazine Editorial Board, Infosecurity Advisory Council 2009, and an individual member of the Parliamentary IT Committee. Sarb is currently director of STORM Guidance.
Don Thibeau is President and Chairman of The Open Identity Exchange (OIX), a non-profit global trade organization that is comprised of leading companies from competing sectors, including the Internet (Google), enterprise (Microsoft, Symantec, Ping Identity and CA Technologies), financial (Barclays), global consulting (KPMG) data aggregation (Equifax, Experian, LexisNexis) retail (Timpson), government (UK Cabinet Office) and telecommunications (Verizon). As a test bed for business, legal and technical policies in the emerging open identity space, OIX is fueling the expansion of today’s Internet services and the rapid deployment of new online solutions.
Professor Pam Briggs holds a Research Chair in interaction design, with a specific focus on identity, trust, privacy and security. Two of her most recent projects explore emerging identity technologies: IMPRINTS: Public Responses to Identity Management practices and technologies (www.imprintsfutures.org) explores the factors that lead to user acceptance or rejection of identity management and Reel Lives: Personal Documentaries constructed from digital data (www.reellives.net) explores the different facets of identity that users try to capture in social media. Pam is also a founder member of the UK’s first Research Centre in the Science of Cyber-Security (www.riscs.org.uk ) where she explores behavioural ‘nudges’ that can promote secure identity practices.
Simon Boxall, Information Security Manager, London Borough of Camden, Simon has over 10 years of experience as a systems administrator and implementation engineer in public sector IT. Joining London Borough of Camden Council full time in 2010 to manage their Income Management System and successful compliance to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
After qualifying as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional in 2011 he moved into the digital defences department at Camden and took on the role of information security manager. Now responsible for maintaining Camden’s information security compliance regimes including connection to the Public Service Network (PSN).