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Beta Systems Online Technology Forum 2021

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Nachdem wir im vergangenen Jahr von den Entwicklungen der Corona Pandemie überrascht wurden und das Technologie Forum ausfallen lassen mussten, freuen wir uns ganz besonders die Veranstaltung in diesem Jahr vom 21. – 23. April stattfinden lassen zu können. Den Umständen entsprechend wird es dieses Mal ein rein digitales Event. Dieses wird seinen Vorgängern aber in keiner Weise nachstehen. Unter dem Motto “Exchange. Explain. Inspire.” bieten wir Ihnen aktuelle Informationen zu den neuesten Trends, Best Practice Kundenvorträge und natürlich detaillierte Ausblicke auf zukünftige Produktentwicklungen der Beta Systems Group rund um die Bereiche Data Center Intelligence (DCI) und Identity Access Management (IAM).

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IAM for insurance companies

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On average, internal users in insurance companies work with more 20 IT applications and distinct data stores while external business partners use up to 10 applications with access to the insurers’ data. But do you know for sure who controls the access to the data and who represents the biggest risk? And why?

Protect  the sensitive data of insurance companies from unauthorized access!

Why IAM for insurance companies is so importantInsurance companies operate in a rapidly growing but highly competitive market providing efficient and compliant services. To safeguard reputation, revenue and retention rates, the insurer must ensure customers are fully satisfied with its services and that their data is 100% protected.

But there are lots of threats to the security of data within the insurance industry due to unauthorized access to critical data of customers by cyberattacks, hacker attacks or a misuse by insiders.

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Identity Management for Financial Services

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Identity Management for Financial Services

Protect sensitive information, data and systems from unauthorized access!

The growing threat of data abuse and theft as well as ever-more complex legal regulations make Identity Management for Financial Services a must-have tool for businesses operating in the financial sector.

The GARANCY IAM of Beta Systems suite protects the business-critical information, data and applications of financial service companies from unsanctioned access. Each employee can only access the data required to perform the given task at hand. At the same time, the IAM suite delivers forward-looking options for supporting the digital transformation of companies.

The GARANCY IAM suite provides powerful Identity Management for Financial Services based on standardized best-practice processes in the banking sector, which are designed to improve data security, lower operating costs, reduce risk relating to data access and introduce efficient audit-compliant processes that ensure compliance with all legal regulations.

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Webinar: The New Role of IAM in the Age of Digital Transformation

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Presenting the Results of KuppingerCole’s Recent Survey on Organizations’ Readiness for the New Digital Economy

digital transformation - readiness of organizationsOrganizations are under pressure to change in the current age of Digital Transformation. One of the key differentiators of innovative digital business models and thus new revenue streams is the profoundly changed relationship to customers and consumers. Creating innovative consumer services, collecting and managing better customer information and even just optimizing the reach of everyday marketing activities – all this depends on the ability to manage consumer identities in a flexible, scalable and secure way.

Register now here! for the webinar on IAM in the age of Digital Transformation

LANGUAGE: English DATE: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 TIME: 4:00pm CEST, 10:00am ET, 7:00am PT      

Finding the right balance between rigorous privacy regulations like the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation and the urgent business-driven demand to open existing (and often still entirely on-premises and siloed) Enterprise IAM infrastructures to entirely new classes of identities and applications is a challenging task that calls for a very careful assessment of the company’s readiness for such major changes.

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