A Fresh Look At Penn State’s Processes, Policies, & Technologies Renée Shuey, Information Technology Services Vince Timbers, Undergrad Admissions Steve Selfe, Office of Human Resources. Identity & Access Management. IAM Update - Agenda. What is IAM Goals
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IAM is an administrative process coupled with a technological solution which validates the identity of individuals and allows owners of data, applications, and systems to either maintain centrally or distribute responsibility for granting access to their respective resources to anyone participating within the IAM framework.
Establish a community of people and organizations who understand each others pressures, needs, and desires in identity and access management for the purposes of maintaining and developing as nimble a set of infrastructures possible to facilitate academic, business, and collaborative processes
Develop a Penn State roadmap for Identity and Access Management that can be used to help marshal the energy necessary to get to where we all need to go
Penn State Great Valley Development and Alumni Relations
Auxiliary and Business Services University Police Services
Undergraduate Admissions Office University Libraries
Office of the University Registrar Information Technology Services
International Programs Office of Physical Plant
Office of Sponsored Programs College of Agricultural Sciences
Office of the University Bursar Undergraduate Education
Office of the Corporate Controller The Graduate School
Commonwealth Campus Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Office of Student Aid Intercollegiate Athletics
Office of Human Resources Outreach and Cooperative Extension
This group will work closely with the data classification and IPAS group to make recommendations on using levels of assurance, vetting and proofing, etc. to recommend the process for assessing risk associated with transactions and data.
This group will evaluate current policies related to identity and access management at Penn State making recommendations to changes or creation of policy and/or governance.
Identity and Access Management is critical for connecting the appropriate people to the appropriate data!
Why Identity and Access Management?