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May 17th, 2012
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
White River Ballroom D
Often identity and access management discussions do not include sufficient dialogue with the heads of security or privacy. In reality, IAM is an integral security architectural component and helps preserve privacy by implementing consistent enterprise authentication and authorization mechanisms; there are codependencies. Introduction of improved IAM will also likely require modified practices in both the security and privacy areas. In this session, Penn State's leaders in security, privacy, and IAM will discuss the measures put in place to overcome the communication gaps and the tangible technical and policy benefits for all concerned.