Take a Platform Approach to Security and Identity Management. Save Time and Money.
Come and find out how you can save as much as 48% when you start with a solution that can be extended as part of a complete platform.
Security is all too often considered only as an afterthought and included in the last phase of project design, leading to security silos within tactical solutions. In an attempt for a quick fix, organizations will then go for point solutions thinking it would save them money in the short term for these Security deployments. However, the cost of integrating the point solutions can become high in the long term.
Research has found that in most cases, starting with a solution that can be extended as part of a complete platform can save a business as much as 48 percent and greatly improve the results of a project.
Join us for this event and learn how you can build a business case using data from a new Aberdeen Group report that compares and contrasts the platform versus point solution approach. You’ll receive valuable insight on extending your security and identity-project roadmap and how to deploy platform components and extend the solution to:
- Dramatically reduce development, deployment, and integration costs
- Increase business agility
- Improve compliance and security
Register now for "The Security and Identity Management Platform Approach" seminar. Or call +6 03 9286 2158.
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Registration and Refreshment
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Introductions and Welcome
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Keynote: The Business Case for a Platform Approach
Based on more than 160 respondents from its "Managing Identities and Access" study, Aberdeen's analysis of 32 enterprises which have adopted the vendor-integrated (Platform) approach to identity and access management, and 39 oganizations which have adopted the enterprise-integrated (Point Solution) approach, showed that the vendor-integrated approach correlates with the realizatoin of significant advantages - including increased end-user productivity, reduced risk, increased agility, enhanced security and compliance, and reduced total cost.
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Building a Comprehensive Identity Management Roadmap
In this session, we will have an interactive presentation by a leading Oracle Identity Architect discussing the components of an IAM roadmap and how companies have evolved their solutions. We will cover best practices and the best ways to begin a deployment - You will also learn how to get started and how Oracle can provide a quick start to your program.
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|10:45 a.m. || |
Building a Comprehensive Database Security Roadmap
Join us in this session to learn more about how you can take a more comprehensive step in ensuring your organization's most valued assets can be better secured. Adopt a complete framework that includes key security principles such as "defense in depth", "separation of duties", "least privileges" and more.
|11:45 a.m. || |
The Oracle Platform
The Oracle Identity and Database Security platform represents the latest in Security innovation. Recognizing that security is about balancing the latency of adapting to the velocity of threats, the Oracle Identity and Database Security platform can greatly reduce the cost ownership and provide a comprehensive solution for executing an IDM and Database Security roadmap.
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Question & Answer Session
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Raj Sodhi Senior Principal Product Manager Oracle Fusion Middleware/Identity Management, Asia Pacific & Japan About the Keynote Speaker
Raj has more than 10 years of security industry expertise and most recently served as Director of Business Development for Skyworth TTG Holdings Ltd., based in Shenzhen, China. Raj was responsible for partner and related compliance initiatives in the Greater China region especially in the area of education firms in China about China's version of Sarbanes Oxley. Previously, Raj served as Director of Product Management for CA's eTrust Identity and Access Management and Security Information Management security solutions. Raj was also the product lead and on the due diligence team for acquisition strategy related to the purchase of Netegrity.
Prior to CA and the acquisition of Netegrity, Raj has been involved in two other acquisitions within the security industry, specifically with User Provisioning and Identity Management at Business Layers, acquired by Netegrity and Access360, acquired by IBM. During the years of supporting technology related ventures, Raj has had the privilege to work in China and India for over 10 years in engineering, marketing, and sales-related capacities.
Raj has spoken at numerous speaking engagements throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Speaking at events like Gartner, RSA, Burton Group, Open Group, L-SEC Belgium, on topics of importance from privacy, identity management, social networking to all levels of business, operational research, marketing, BRIC and Globalization. During his free time, Raj enjoys Chinese culture, especially visiting and consuming all the joy and wonders China has to offer.