Webcast: Identity Governance Framework: New Standards to Protect Privacy Through Governing Policy

Apr 23, 2008, 8:00 am – Apr 23, 2008, 9:00 am
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Identity theft and confidentiality of information is becoming the number one concern when it comes to e-commerce risk management and legal compliance. News stories appear at an increasing pace telling of compromised applications containing private information. Legislatures and courts have begun to recognize the identity theft problem and are writing new laws and enforcing old laws placing tough new requirements on those service providers who use personally identifiable information whether on the Internet, by telephone, or in person. Accordingly, organizations are being asked to reduce risk, by not only protecting information they collect, but also ensuring they use the least amount of personally identifiable information possible. With identity theft on the rise, organizations need to work harder to ensure the information they receive is accurate, used appropriately, and uses only information that is deemed necessary. Identity Governance Framework (IGF) will help enterprises easily determine and control how identity related information, including Personally Identifiable Information (PII), access entitlements, attributes, etc. are used, stored, and propagated between their systems. IGF will enable organizations to define enterprise level policies to securely and confidently share sensitive personal information between applications that need such data, without having to compromise on business agility or efficiency. Furthermore, it will ease the burden of documentation and auditing of these controls. This webcast will provide an update on the IGF work, focusing on the privacy safe-guards it enables.

Presented by Phil Hunt, Director Security Standards, Identity Management, Oracle Corporation

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