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Breakfast Seminar in Stockholm

From May 21, 2014 08:30 until May 21, 2014 11:00 Save to calendar

At Scandic Grand Central Kungsgatan 70, 111 22 Stockholm, Sweden

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This event will be held in Swedish

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Enabling Secure Information sharing - An access (R)evolution is taking place.

The way we view, share, access and use information has changed for good. Why then are we still using the same antiquated methods to manage it?

IT-users regularly collaborate across geogaphical and organizational boundaries, via various channels with multiple devices. Information is delivered via private and public clouds within an endless variety of networks. Our information systems however are still built, to a large degree, on legacy systems. They cannot cope with the global information exchange of today's society.

The same goes for access control models, which act as the linchpin, "ensuring" only users with the appropriate permissions can access sensitive information within a network. In recent years the frequency of high profile information leakages and financial crisises has dramatically increased. And many of them have a common denominator, the fact that a single users has been able to exploit their access rights.

Virtually every organization has to deal with data leakage. Protecting your sensitive data effectively however, is essential if you want to gain a competitive advantage and meet strict compliance regulations. Within the banking sector, where Axiomatics has clients throughout the world, our solutions help banks achieve this. 

How is Nordea using Next Generation Authorization to share information securely and solve privacy issues?

A large part of the breakfast meeting will be dedicated to how Nordea is using next generation authorization to implement stict privacy protection regulations. Ulf Jonasson, Senior IT Security Architect at Nordea, will be presenting the reasoning behind the bank's decision to adapt this new authorization, the implementation process involved, and the benfits realized. Among these is the ability to enforce polices that staff members are only able to see the account information that they are entitled to.

Agenda

08.30 - 09.00 Registration and breakfast.

09.00 - 09.45 Finn Frisch, Axiomatics:Values associated with the transition to Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC)

10.00 - 10.30 Ulf Jonasson, Nordea:Case study from Nordea and how they have updated their access control systems.

10.30 - 11.00
 Questions and answers.

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