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Webcast: Limiting Audit Exposure and Managing Risk with Metrics-Driven Identity Analytics

Limiting Audit Exposure and Managing Risk with Metrics-Driven Identity Analytics

Date: Thursday, November 10, 2011
Time: 9:00 AM PST
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There is a new awareness of the strategic value and role of information security in the enterprise. One of the key challenges facing CISO’s today is the pressure to demonstrate continuous compliance – across all business organizations for thousands of users with access to hundreds of applications. Metrics driven Identity Analytics, powered by rich risk analytics, is crucial in measuring how well IT supports the business and manages risk.

Hear from an end user the key elements required to satisfy business and audit requirements for user access certifications and identity controls. Learn how Oracle is leveraging its expertise in identity management, data mining, business processing and business intelligence to give enterprises the tools they need to mitigate risk, build transparency, satisfy compliance mandates and support business decisions.

The webcast will cover:

  • Key elements for building a strong identity & access governance program
  • The advancements in identity and risk analytics offered with Oracle Identity Analytics 11g
  • An end-user’s perspective on user access certification use cases and implementation best practices

Register today for this webcast to hear about industry best practices and the latest advancements in identity analytics and learn how you too can benefit from making sense of technical identity data and transforming it into business-friendly information that is both insightful and actionable. And get your questions answered live by experts Stuart Lincoln, VP, IT P&L Client Services, BNP Paribas and Neil Gandhi, Principal Product Manager, Oracle Identity Management.

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