Identity & Access Management
Summit & Expo

– Expanding With Success –

28th – 29th April 2020
Central London

SPONSORING & EXHIBITING

*Update Notice*

Dear Colleagues,
We have been closely monitoring the Global & National development of the Corona Virus over the past weeks; It is a difficult time for all both professionally and personally as the pandemic continues.

The health and wellbeing of our participants and team are our top priority and we want to reassure you of the diligence of our approach; With this in mind we have made the decision to postpone the IAM Summit and Expo 2020 until later in the year when we can be sure of the safety of all participants.

Our strategy and initiatives will continue to develop as we remain focused on delivering a leading platform for knowledge Sharing & Innovation within the IAM & Security community.

We will be in touch over the coming weeks with updates and also confirmation of new dates for the IAM Summit and Expo 2020.

In the meantime we hope you stay safe and in good health.

The Case for a Smart, Secure & Streamlined Organisation

Identity and access management is a critical part of any enterprise security plan, as it is inextricably linked to the security and productivity of organisations in today’s digitally enabled economy.

Compromised user credentials often serve as an entry point into an organisation’s network and its information assets. Enterprises use identity management to safeguard their information assets against the rising threats of ransomware, criminal hacking, phishing and other malware attacks.

In many organisations, users sometimes have more access privileges than necessary. A robust IAM system can add an important layer of protection by ensuring a consistent application of user access rules and policies across an organisation.

Identity and access management systems can enhance business productivity. The systems’ central management capabilities can reduce the complexity and cost of safeguarding user credentials and access. At the same time, identity management systems enable workers to be more productive (while staying secure) in a variety of environments, whether they’re working from home, the office, or on the road.

Join your IAM and Security peers at the Identity & Access Management Summit on the 28th & 29th April, 2020, Central London. Where we will be discussing policies, processes, and technologies used to manage user identities and enforce what they can access and do within a system through authentication, authorisation, and accounting.

Format

Due to the overwhelming success of our Inaugural Identity & Access Management Summit in April 2019, City of London, we will be moving from a 1-day Summit where we reached full capacity, to our new and exciting format and venue, which will include:

– 2 Days of Knowledge Sharing/Innovation & Collaboration –

– Over 300 IAM
Leaders & Visionaries –

– Over 50 Guest Speakers –

– 10 Networking Breaks –

– 1-2-1 Meetings –

– 10 Workshops/Boardroom
Sessions –

– 4 “Question Time” Debate Sessions –

– An Exhibition for
Leading Solution Providers –

– An Evening Networking Reception –

– Live Hacking Demos –

I can thoroughly recommend the IAM Summit to you if you are looking for the right audience & topics

Hitachi

I’d recommend that professionals involved in Cyber Security look into attending the IAM Summit

Nationwide Building Society

An excellent event from start to finish. The briefing and preparation prior to the event, broad range of expert speakers and a really engaging audience

Former Head of Police National Cyber Crime Unit

Our Industry Researched Topics Include:

Identity as the solution to cyber crime

Making IAM scaleable and secure

Legacy systems vs. Next generation platforms

Selecting the optimal authentication methods

Balancing user experience and security

Standards, compliance and governance

Privacy vs. authentication: striking a balance

Managing non-human identities

Impact of AI and machine learning on IAM

Data access governance and identity access management

Incorporating
SAS, PAS and IAS

Blockchain
identity management

Global Identity Management

Modern identity for developers

IAM challenges with Robotic Process Automation

Identity management in a post-digital world

Social engineering and identity

Identity programmes around the globe

Next generation architectures for customer access

Privilege access management: strategies and safeguards

Open source intelligence: exposure and threat levels

Fraud scoring in the identity space

Converging mobility and identity technologies

Identity verification and authentication: standards and regulations

Biometric identity: ready for large scale roll out?

Cloud access management – identity as service

2020 Steering Committee

Jeffrey Moore, Global Head of Cyber-Security, Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research
Ben Bulpett, EMEA Identity Platform Director, SailPoint
Frederik Brysse, Chief Architect & Head of Engineering, Trainline
Steven Williams, Founder & Managing Director, Atlas Identity
Paul Simmonds, CEO, Global Identity Foundation
Professor John Walker, Purveyor of Dark Intelligence
Richard Fry, Head of Information Security & Risk, Covea Insurance
Chuck Brooks, Named By IFSEC: #2 Global Cyber Security Influencer
Soraya Viloria MontesdeOca, Group Information Security Officer, Harvey Nichols
Simon Bradley, Global Head of Cyber Security Protection, Siemens
Andy Giles FCMI GCGI CISSP CCSP, Head of Security Governance, Risk & Controls, Nationwide Building Society

Programme Under Construction

(Contact us if you wish to speak or recommend a speaker)

Delegates will get the information they need to align their IAM strategy
with corporate goals, build an IAM roadmap with attainable milestones and organise project
resources and measure project success.

Download 2019 Agenda

Knowledge Exchange:
Peer-to-Peer Insights

An opportunity to explore themes and issues in more depth, with audience members posting questions via interactive technology to a panel of experts. These sessions offer delegates a chance to raise their own technical and strategic challenges for discussion with peers in a fertile environment providing knowledge exchange, guidance and insight.

(Under Chatham House Rule)

Who Should Attend?

Attendance is Complimentary for Senior IT practitioners,
who are creating an Identity & Access Management Road-Map.

Access Control Analysts

Access Manager

Architects (security, infrastructure, technical and enterprise)

Audit & Compliance Professionals

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Information Officer

Chief Risk Officer

Chief Security Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Cyber Security Professionals

Digital Forensic Experts

Directors/Heads of Compliance

Directors/Heads of Data Management

Directors/Heads of Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Directors/Heads of Information Security

Directors/Heads of Information and IT Governance

Directors/Heads of IT Security

Directors/Heads of Network Security

Directors/Heads of Risk

Directors/Heads of Security

Directors/Heads of User Access Management

Entitlement Management Professionals

Endpoint Security Professionals

Fraud Prevention

IAM Consultants

IAM Architects

Identity and Information Assurance Professionals

IS Security Managers

IT Service Managers

Risk Assurance Professionals

Security Specialists

Systems Analysts

Below Are Our Latest Speaker Announcements:

Paul de Souza

Founder Director President
Cyber Security Forum Initiative (CSFI.US)
Board of Advisors at The Cyber Intelligence Initiative
at The Institute of World Politics

Cheryl Stevens MBE

Deputy Director Identity & Trust Services
Department for Work & Pensions

Jane Frankland

Advising boards & NEDs, Author
Change agent for women in cybersecurity

Martin Ingram

Product Owner, Identity and Access Management
Royal Bank of Scotland

Jeffrey Moore

Global Head of Cyber-Security
Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research

Richard Fry

Head of Information Security and Risk
Covéa Insurance

Paul Toal

Distinguished Solution Engineer
Oracle

Ben Bulpett

EMEA Platform Director
SailPoint

Hitoshi Kokumai

President
Mnemonic Security

Paul Simmonds

CEO
Global Identity Foundation

Soraya Viloria MontesdeOca

Group Information Security Officer
Harvey Nichols

Simon Bradley

Global Head of Cyber Security Protection
Siemens

Colin Brown

Identity & Access Management Delivery Lead
BBC

Måns Håkansson

Senior Solution Engineer
PlainID

Cristina Apostol

Global PAM Lead
Visa Europe

Diane Joyce

Identity Evangelist
Women in Identity

Bernard Swierczyna

Chief Information Security Officer
First Ireland Risk Management

Hristina Byankova

Head of Infrastructure, Access Control
PAM and Access Framework

UBS

Asif Malik

Global Lead Solutions Architect
Capita

Conference Chair

Prof John Walker

Purveyor of Dark Intelligence

Manoj Kumar

Director – Identity and Access Management
Philip Morris International

Lisa Ventura

Award-winning Cyber Security Consultant
CEO & Founder UKCSA

Kathryn Brett Goldman

CEO and Founder, Cybermaniacs
Ladies Hacking Society Director of Development

Colin Wallis

Executive Director
Kantara Initiative

Veroniki Stamati-Koromina

Information Security & Privacy Lead
Skyscanner

Louise Maynard-Atem

Innovation Intrapreneur, Data Exchange
Experian

Nick Mothershaw

Chair and Chief Executive Director
Open Identity Exchange

Stephen Williams

Founder and Managing Director
Atlas Identity

Doug Howard

Vice President of Global Services
RSA

Ashraf Aboukass

Global Head of Security Architecture, Ops & Eng
Schroders

Mark Haine

Co Chairman at eKYC
Identity Assurance Working Group

Dr Saritha Arunkumar

IBM Master Inventor
Security Leader

IBM UK

Denise Beardon

Head of Information Security Engagement
Pinsent Masons

Stew Felstead

UK & Ireland Security Consulting Practice Lead
Oracle

Andy Giles
FCMI GCGI CISSP CCSP

Head of Security Governance
Risk & Controls

Nationwide Building Society

Bernadette Palmer

Senior Associate Information Security
Publicis Groupe

Matthew Silverstone

Chairman
MIDAS Alliance
(Mobile Identity Authentication Standard)

2019 Speakers

Dr Philip Bonhard

Head of Customer Experience Design for Fraud, Authentication and Digital Security at Lloyds Banking Group

Andy Pinnington

CyberIAM, Managing Director and Principal Consultant

Frederik Brysse

Chief Architect and Head of Engineering
Trainline

Manoj Kumar

Director at KPMG – CyberSecurity
Identity & Access Management

Charlie Mcmurdie

Former Head of Police National Cyber Crime Unit

Carlos Trigoso

Lead Architect (IAM)
BBC

Ros Smith

Senior Product Mgr (IAM)
BBC

Tarun Samtani

Group Data Protection Officer
Boden

Junaid Farooqui

Senior Security Architect
Coventry Building Society

Andrew Yeomans

CISO
Arqit

Nick Mothershaw

Director of Fraud and Identity Solutions
Experian

Azeem Bashir

Global CISO
Cyber Execs

Richard Mardling

IDAM Director at Unilever

Paul Simmonds

CEO at
The Global Identity Foundation

Jonathan Raynor (CISSP)

Head of Identity & Access Management
M&G Prudential

Jeffrey Wood

Deputy Director of ICT
Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust

Ben Bulpett

EMEA Identity Platform Director
SailPoint

Ray Hockley

Senior Solution Manager – Hitachi

Andy Milton

Head of Channels – Hitachi

Ian Airy

Head of Direct sales – Hitachi

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Contact us to get the latest information or sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities.

Categories of Product & Service Providers
@ The Specialist Expo Include:

– Identity & Access Management

– Authentication & Authorisation

– Identity Proofing & Bio-Metrics

– Privileged Access Management
(PAM)

– Cloud Identity & Access Management

– Multifactor Authentication

– Endpoint Security & Information Security

– Data & Applications Security

– Identity as a Service
(IDaaS)

– Identity Governance & Compliance

– Identity & Access Control

– Insider Threat Protection

Headline Sponsors

Co-Sponsors

Associate Sponsors

Association Partners

Venue Details

Amba Hotel Marble Arch,
Bryanston St, Marylebone, London W1H 7EH

Amba Hotel Marble Arch is located on Oxford Street.
A stylish hotel offering the latest facilities for business and leisure travellers.
Find out how to get to us.

To reach Amba Hotel Marble Arch by road…
From Marble Arch itself, head east down Oxford Street. Take the first left into Portman Street, then first left again into Bryanston Street: the hotel entrance is 10 yards on the left. Public car parking is available nearby at an additional charge. To programme your sat-nav, please use the postcode W1H 7EH

If you’re coming to Amba Hotel Marble Arch by rail…
London Victoria, Paddington and Marylebone mainline stations are all about two miles from the hotel; about 10 minutes by cab. Alternatively, take the London Underground to Marble Arch: when you leave the station, turn left along Oxford Street, then left again in 50 metres into Old Quebec Street. The hotel entrance is in Bryanston Street, about 80 metres on your right.

To reach Amba Hotel Marble Arch from the airport…
From London Heathrow, the Heathrow Express runs direct to London Paddington in just 15 minutes (20 from Terminal 5), with a train every quarter of an hour. The Gatwick Express runs a similar service into Victoria from London Gatwick.

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28th – 29th April 2020

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Attendance is Complimentary for End users who are creating an Identity & Access Management Road-Map.
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