We warmly invite you to the Identity & Access Management Summit. The doors open at 10:00 am. After receipt and registration we will kick off the day at 10:30 am with the official opening!
Access Management and Consents in an API Ecosystem
Marc Lainez | VP API Marketplace Group | Isabel Group
Data is not the new oil, it is the new uranium. Dangerous to manipulate and explosive. Application Programming Interfaces (API) allow several information systems to communicate together on behalf of users without the need for a graphical interface and manual intervention. Exchanging data, sometimes highly sensible and private, along the chain of connected systems presents unique challenges. What does it imply for the data subject? How can we be sure that, in an ever growing API economy, data is handled and processed everywhere according to the consents provided by the data subject? This presentation draws a quick overview of how data exchanges work in an API ecosystem and what the challenges are, especially in relationship to identification/authentication and authorization enforcement.
Enabling Trustworthy Cross-border Exchanges
Tobias Mackie | Senior Expert, Retail Financial Services | DG FISMA
The Commission is exploring what can be done to facilitate the uptake of digital identity solutions. This with a focus on the financial services industry, but which might also be quite inspirational across other industries. The development of digital identity solutions which are interoperable across borders would represent (especially in this era of COVID) a significant boost to the development of an internal market, while at the same time they can be an important and powerful tool to fight cybercrime and fraud and to improve regulatory compliance. The upcoming review of the eIDAS regulation and the planned revision of AML rules represent important opportunities as they would provide further clarity and standardisation with regards to digital onboarding and identity proofing.
Big data against corona: mass surveillance or privacy by design?
Bart Preneel | ESAT/COSIC | KU Leuven
The corona pandemic is the first major pandemic in times of big data, AI and smart devices. Some nations have demonstrated that these technologies can be deployed successfully at a large scale to support a trace/quarantine/test/isolate strategy in order to contain a pandemic. However, serious concerns have been raised on the privacy implications of some solutions, which makes them incompatible with privacy and human rights that are protected by EU law. This talk presents a survey of these attempts and the related privacy concerns. It will also present the contact tracing solution developed by the DP-3T (Distributed Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing) consortium that is being rolled out in more than 20 countries and states, with support of Google and Apple. This solution combines privacy-by-design with a data minimization approach.
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Peter Tetteroo | Journalist & Filmmaker
INTERVIEW: BIG DATA AGAINST CORONA: MASS SURVEILLANCE OR PRIVACY BY DESIGN?
BART PRENEEL | ESAT/COSIC | KU LEUVEN
In this interview, Bart Preneel will talk about how to protect the privacy and human rights that are protected by EU law whilst technologies are deployed at a large scale to support a trace/quarantine/test/isolate strategy in order to contain a pandemic.
INTERVIEW: ACCESS MANAGEMENT AND CONSENTS IN AN API ECOSYSTEM
MARC LAINEZ | VP API MARKETPLACE GROUP | ISABEL GROUP
During this interview Marc Lainez and Peter Tetteroo will discuss the role of consent in an API ecosystem and what the challenges are, especially in relation to identification/authentication and authorization enforcement. Marc will share his insights based on his broad experience in software and product development.
INTERVIEW: Open Standards and Open Source replacing legacy IAM software
Hans Zandbelt | CEO & Founder | ZmartZone IAM
A recent trend is the adoption of standards-based software to achieve Single Sign On in enterprise environments, replacing legacy vendor systems that have been around for decades. This avoids a strong dependency on the vendor and high costs in licensing, infrastructure and professional services. Especially the OpenID Connect standard is increasingly deployed for enterprise SSO, replacing legacy proprietary systems. A large number of experts and volunteer contribute to the latter by means of open source software. In this session we will analyse and explore this trend.