Inside IT: Intel’s Identity and Access Management Program

July 22nd, 2014 | | 8:58
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IT Best Practices: Episode 80 – Advances in the SMAC stack – social, mobile, analytics, and cloud – have affected every part of the enterprise. Organizational security has been as challenged as any facet of a company. Organizations want to move more diverse data to more places, and more people need access via more portals and devices. Managing all this is a huge task at Intel. In this podcast we hear from Jason Devoys, Enterprise Architect within Information Security’s Security Architect Organization at Intel. He tells us about the history of Identity and Access Management (IdAM) at Intel, how the company has reimagined IdAM, and what methods Intel employed to ensure the best solution.

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