Wednesday 23 September, 10am – 12.50pm
About this event:
Identity and Access Management software helps IT departments keep their organisations secure by controlling authorisation and access to data and resources. With the twin challenges of defending your organisation against internal threats posed by shadow IT and malicious insiders and the exterior threats of hackers and GDPR breaches, it can be difficult to ensure that your systems are secure, user-friendly and future-proofed.
Join us for Deskflix: Identity and Access Management to learn from the insight and experience of those at the top. What changes and new threats are coming to I&AM and how can you be prepared to respond to them and protect your organisation? Are there new technologies which could help you refine your I&AM approach? Where should you start when rolling out new identity management solutions? And, how can you make changes more palatable to staff?
- Connect with 200 UK IT leaders from around the UK
- Join us from anywhere on your desktop or tablet, for free
- Ask industry experts your burning questions, real time
- Network with sponsors in the virtual exhibition
- Earn certification through CPD
Editorial Director, ComputingView Bio
Stuart Sumner is Editorial Director of Incisive Media's technology-focused titles: Computing and Delta. He oversees all content across print, web, tablet editions, rich media and events - including the IT Leaders' Dining Club and Computing Summits. During Stuart's tenure Computing has transformed from a print-reliant business to a bleeding edge multi-channel brand with an industry-leading events portfolio. Previously he spent 10 years as a programme manager in the IT industry, working for companies such as the BBC, COLT, Nortel Networks and Equant. As a journalist he has also worked for Time Out and IPC Media. He is a regular technology pundit and contributor to the BBC News Channel, as well as a published author.
Research Director, Incisive MediaView Bio
John Leonard is Group Research Director for the Enterprise Technology Group at Incisive Media. He has designed and conducted research studies and analyses covering many of the aspects of business technology that are driving the way we live and work today.
Regional Chief Security Officer, EMEA, OktaView Bio
Ben King is the Regional Chief Security Officer at Okta for EMEA. As Regional CSO, he leads internal security for the region and provides the operational interface to the global security function. In addition, Ben leads the global Security Assurance function at Okta, responsible for both Customer and Supplier Security Assurance activities. Prior to joining Okta, Ben operated in a regional cybersecurity leadership role for Symantec and spent 11 years at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia in a variety technology and cybersecurity strategy and governance roles. Ben has built a reputation for creating and leading high performing teams, having lived and worked in Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the USA. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Sydney
Head of EMEA Consulting, OktaView Bio
Max Faun leads Okta's European Value Consulting Practice. Prior to joining Okta he worked at Accenture, advising Global clients across numerous industry groups on strategic decisions. He is passionate about the business implications of modern identity from a financial, security and user productivity perspective as well as wider technology trends. Max holds an MA in Intelligence and Security as well as a BA in International Relations.
IT Security Manager, The Law SocietyView Bio
Having been in the industry for 25 years with a strong focus on information security, Rita’s background has comprised of a variety of organisations all of which have allowed her to act within different areas of cybersecurity. She currently manages security and related incidents at The Law Society.
Site editor, Computing DeltaView Bio
Tom Allen is the Site Editor for Delta, Computing's market intelligence service, and writes for both Computing and The Inquirer. He joined Incisive Media in 2017 from the display industry, trading LCDs and quantum dots for big data and the IoT. As well as tech market analysis, Tom's role consists of interviewing C-level IT leaders, organising events and complaining about improper use of the Oxford comma.
CTO, Ping IdentityView Bio
At Ping Identity, Mr. Amin is currently CTO for West, helping customers with their IAM strategy, zero trust architecture, and modeling for a privacy first approach. At Ping Identity he is guiding product roadmap for Zero Trust, AI/ML strategy, championing privacy by design principals, and evaluating M&A fit. Previously, he was responsible for Ping’s solution offering around OpenBanking, GDPR, Privacy, and Consent, across Ping’s product portfolio; solution centric go-to market and pricing strategy, and for Ping Identity solutions in Employee, and Consumer centric Identity and Access Management.
Prior to Ping Identity, Mr. Amin served as Senior Director of product management for IDaaS solutions at Oracle Corp. and CA Technologies. Before that, Mr. Amin served as Director of Cloud Security with Novell Identity and Security. He was responsible for crafting Oracle’s IDaaS strategy and setting direction for the future of Identity Services.
At CA Technologies, Mr. Amin’s primary responsibility was for CA Advanced Risk Based and Multifactor Authentication offering and CA IAM product and service strategy in the cloud, including it's next generation cloud security service offerings. During his time at Novell, he helped position Novell as a thought leader in Identity based services, cloud and enterprise security. His primary role was to lead the overall strategy for Novell Cloud Security and oversee ongoing product direction in the area.
Mr. Amin is also an author on several patents in software security, web caching and content distribution, and speaker at various events.
Assistant Director, Information Security, Manchester Metropolitan UniversityView Bio
Tom Stoddart has worked in Information Security and IT roles in the public, private and education sectors, and is currently Assistant Director Information Security at Manchester Metropolitan University. In this role he has responsibility for the design and implementation of the University’s Security Strategy, encompassing a wide range of Information Assurance concerns, from technical controls such as Identity and Access Management, through to behavioural considerations like process design and training and awareness.
National Cyber Lead, Police Digital Security CentreView Bio
Neil Sinclair is the National Cyber Lead for the Police Digital Security Centre. Neil was recognised in The Progress 1000: London's most influential people 2019 for his work in Technology & Cyber Security.
Neil has worked in UK counter-terrorism policing for over thirty years and has been involved in most of the Metropolitan Police’s biggest Terrorist Operations. He was a key member of the National Terrorist Financial Investigation Unit for 10 years and is an accredited Financial Investigator.
Neil was the Lead for Financial Intelligence at GCHQ, prior to joining the Police Digital Security Centre.
Head of Collaboration, EUC and Security Infrastructure, Manchester Metropolitan University