Chicagoland IAM User Group Meeting

Welcome to the first Chicagoland IAM User Group meeting!  This is a free meeting of local IAM Professionals with drinks and appetizers provided.  Please submit your topic ideas asap. 

Michael Albano, Identity Management Unit Manager, and Danny McCrossan, Identity Architect at Aon, will provide a presentation about Aon's Identity Management approach. 

Next will be a presentation from Bryan Weise, IAM Practice Leader at FishNet Security, on 6 ways to leverage virtual directory technology.  

Then Aubrey Turner, Senior IAM thought leader from Fishnet Security, will define and then provide insight into the latest IAM trends their customers are dealing with or discussing today.

The meeting will conclude with an open forum discussion on the latest in IAM news and trends.  Again, please submit your topic ideas asap!

Please recommend this event to your IAM friends and colleagues.

Lloyd's is conveniently located walking distance from Union Station and Ogilvie, so use to plan your trip from the suburbs.

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  • Matt T.

    Thank you very much to all who attended. I'll be working with the leadership council on the details for the next meeting and announcing details asap.

    April 11

  • Bryan G.

    This was a great start.

    2 · April 10

  • Matt T.

    Just one week until the first meeting of the Chicagoland IAM User Group. I'm looking forward to meeting some of you for the first time. There is still time to suggest topics and invite your IAM colleagues.

    April 3

  • Darrell R.

    How do you manage (people) accounts that have rights to applications that can manipulate identity records and account access attributes, or edit scripts that maintain your directories? Our central directory for identity records, including their web access account, is LDAP (not AD). -- Do you use multiple accounts (with restrictive password or source policies)? Separate, Special-build PCs?

    March 10

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