Unlock low-risk uses of IDaaS and cloud-based IAM solutions

The adoption of cloud platforms, applications and services has major implications for identity and access management (IAM) leaders. To support SaaS, platform as a service (PaaS) and IaaS requirements, most IAM organizations will need to adopt new cloud-delivered options. As digital transformation amplifies identities and interactions, IAM leaders will also need to craft specific planning, governance and solution architecture strategies.

Recommended sessions on the agenda include:

  • The Hitchhiker's Guide to Office 365 IAM (TechDemo)
  • Three Strategies for Thriving in the Hybrid Multicloud Era (TechDemo)
  • Showdown! Comparing the IAM Capabilities of AWS, Azure and GCP
  • Workshop: Choosing the Right Cloud MFA Offering
  • Accelerate Your IAM Using DevOps and Agile Approaches


Key cloud topics on the agenda include:

  • Extend IAM capabilities to support hybrid and multicloud
  • Develop security assessment policies in advance of implementing cloud solutions
  • Avoiding common IAM pitfalls when migrating applications to the cloud
  • Evaluating new crop of cloud multifactor authentication (MFA) services for trust, user experience and cost
  • Ensure your identity governance and administration (IGA) deployments support cloud
  • Overcome active directory deficiencies in supporting cloud
  • Compare AWS, Microsoft Azure and GCP for access control, authentication, single sign-on (SSO) and identity governance for IaaS


Integrate Your Cloud Security Posture With Identity and Access Management

Cloud services can become a vulnerability to an organization’s threat protection and data security strategy if mishandled. Although IAM programs protect the front door of sanctioned applications, they do not protect against unsanctioned applications. This is where cloud access security brokers (CASBs) can bridge the gap.

Read the full Smarter With Gartner article for tips on improving your IAM security posture.