Identity and Access Management software helps IT departments to keep their organisations secure, by controlling authorisation and access to data and resources. With the twin challenges of defending against the internal threats of shadow IT and malicious insiders, and the external threats of hackers and data breaches, it can be difficult to ensure that your systems are secure, user-friendly and future-proofed.
Deskflix is Computing's new virtual event series, covering key topics for IT professionals. Tune in for the seventh edition, Deskflix: Identity and Access Management, on the 23rd September to hear industry experts speaking on the important issues you need to hear about, including:
What changes and new threats are coming to I&AM?
How can you be prepared to respond and protect your organisation?
Are there new technologies that could help you refine your I&AM approach?
Where should you start when rolling out new identity management solutions?
How can you make changes more palatable to staff?
An episode relevant to IT professionals from organisations of all sizes and industries, Deskflix: Identity and Access Management will tackle the issues faced at all stages of adoption, with panel discussions featuring a line-up of top IT professionals, case studies focusing on the minutiae of I&AM and experts at hand to discuss your questions. Watch from wherever and whenever you like, as Deskflix episodes are available on-demand for three months.
By attending the event, you will be able to connect with hundreds of IT leaders from around the UK; ask industry experts your burning questions in real time; earn CPD certification; and network with sponsors in the virtual exhibition hall.
We'll see you there!
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