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The evolving value proposition and impact of identity management

In this presentation from Financial Information Security Decisions, David Sherry, former vice president of enterprise identity and access management at Citizen's Financial Group explains how to make the business case for IAM.

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For years now financial businesses have understood the value of adopting an identity management approach to securing data access. But for a variety of reasons they have chosen not to adopt it. In 2008, that seems to be changing. Driven by advances in the technology, and in response to regulatory requirements, many organizations are redefining their business cases to adopt an identity management solution. Building on a multi-year case study, David Sherry, former vice president of enterprise identity and access management at Citizen's Financial Group, explores how you make and sell the business case for identity management, regulatory and business impacts, and some suggestions of important areas to consider in an overall solution.

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This was last published in August 2008

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