Senior Information Security Consultant Lex Borger will share his view about the changing face of IAM during the upcoming SABSA World meeting. Join him at this event.
The previous SABSA World meeting was coordinated in 20 cities across 11 different countries. The upcoming '24 hours of SABSA' will be held on January 21st, 2016. In this 3rd year, SABSA World will build on the existing networks and relationships and will continue to encourage growth in the SABSA community. Participate in your community and help make this event a success.
'24 Hours of SABSA' is an initiative of the SABSA Institute that is intended to build local communities of SABSA practitioners, while at the same time reinforcing their global connection. This initiative is volunteer led, and relies on members of the community to step up and participate in a local meeting, or if none exists, to help coordinate one. Events can be formal or informal depending on local interest, although they should promote the ‘COSAC’ spirit. Some groups may just meet for an informal happy hour, while others may wish to coordinate discussion topics or presentations. For this meeting there will be a shared topic which all groups will discuss and give feedback to the SABSA Institute.
Senior i-to-i consultant Lex Borger will share Information about Identity and Access Management. He discusses how the rising use of cloud services changes Identity and Access Management to the point that the traditional access management services portfolio is extended to contain new access management services, building on new standards.
The 24 hours of workshops will be loosely coordinated by the SABSA Institute, but each workshop will be run and coordinated by local SABSA practitioners to:
- Facilitate networking with local SABSA Practitioners and grow local chapters.
- Learn and share practical information about applying SABSA.
- Provide an outlet for senior and junior certified SABSA members to test and grow ideas.
- Identify regional specific ideas or issues to present at COSAC/SABSA World Congress in Ireland.