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How do you determine whether IAM improvement initiatives have delivered the expected level of enterprise benefits? If benefits do not meet expectations, how do you uncover the root cause and identify better practices to help IAM stakeholders realize expected improvements in controls and lower risk levels?
Understanding the need for investment in Identity & Access Management (IAM) projects and how to make these projects successful are critical issues for many companies. Please join KPMG for this webcast and hear more about key findings from a recent survey of information technology and information security leaders regarding the current and planned state of their identity and access management initiatives and processes. The survey’s objective was to look at what was working and to provide insight into what wasn’t. It included questions on current and expected IAM maturity levels, program scope and elements, and reasons for implementing an automated IAM process.
Greg Bell, Global Leader, Information Protection and Business Resiliency Services (IPBR), KPMG LLP
Naynesh Patel, Senior Manager, Information Protection and Business Resiliency Services (IPBR), KPMG LLP
Brandon Gunter, Senior Manager, Information Protection and Business Resiliency Services (IPBR), KPMG LLP