Where Business, ICT & Security Professionals Meet

IAM is too often seen as a technical topic that cost organisations only money… The reverse is true, it should be seen as a key enabler! 

Of course there is IAM purely for security and compliance reasons (which we will certainly not forget during our conference). However, organisations that master e-Identities can provide controlled access to their services/data in a controlled way. Think eg about the booming of egov-applications following the birth of the Belgian eID-card or about the large number of applications that allow you to log on with your facebook- or google-identity. 

How to provide access to an ever increasing number of online applications  in a distributed and cloud-based environment? Luckily we now have solutions like federation, single-sign-on and trusted online e-Identities. Think about eg ITSME at a Belgian-level (and probably others following soon), as well as multiple European Member States scramble to get their electronic Identity certified/notified so that it can be used and must be recognized across borders. 

If that is not enough we are now facing the booming of the API-economy and the integration of services via APIs. This in combination with GDPR poses the additional challenge that organisations must be able to ensure only authorized /consented access is being given… forcing organisations to integrate access controls into their APIs.

In addition to all the above additional aspects come to play like role management, IAM governance, auditing/attestations, data loss prevention, etc.

Again, this year’s conference promises to be very rich in content and topics to discuss about.

Target group

The conference focuses on a senior level audience of end users (senior managers and specialists) who want to stay up to date on relevant trends and developments and know the importance of ongoing investment in IAM solutions.

  • CIO’s
  • CTO’s
  • ICT-managers
  • security officers
  • security managers
  • program/project managers
  • IT-architects 


Why should you attend?

  • Why should I attend as CIO:  e-Identity and access control are the foundation of your IT-landscape.  Access by employees, partners,  customer is vital. So keeping up-to-date on the latest trends in the area is also vital.
  • Why should I attend as CISO: GDPR is just one of the topics which require solid access control throughout your organisation’s landscape. The solutions at hand / the key trends are vital to be aware of.
  • Why should I attend as IT-architect:  as an IT architect you need to embed e-Identity, e-Authentication and access controls into your organisation’s IT-landscape. You can only do this with a thorough understanding of the technologies/solutions and the related trends.
  • Why should I attend as auditors/program manager: understanding what is possible in this area and how it can be used in projects, in the area of compliance is key for you. Hence it is highly recommended to get a direct view on what is happening in this area…