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Wednesday, March 13
 

11:30am

How to Successfully Deploy and Maintain an IAM Program
This session will focus on a strategy on how to successfully deploy Identity throughout your organization as well as strategies, best practices and KPIs to consider post production to ensure you gaining the most value out of your solution. We will also discuss how manage your IAM Program and develop an operating model that would help you succeed in your initial deployment as well as long term program management.


Speakers
avatar for Ames Fowler

Ames Fowler

Pre-Sales Engineer, Fischer Identity
Ames Fowler is a Solutions Engineer at Fischer International Identity where his responsibilities include Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) solution consulting, solution architecture, and implementation engineering.


Wednesday March 13, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Holley VII

1:30pm

Mobility Based Campus Network
Learn about Aruba Campus Networking and features designed to simplify operations (make your job easier, reduce the need for change orders, etc.). This session will cover innovations in Aruba's Campus switching platform including Dynamic Segmentation/Colorless Ports in addition to automation capabilities (Python, Ansible, REST, etc.) We'll also cover Aruba "User Experience Insight", a product that provides network administrators with the insight required to troubleshoot or prove innocence to WLAN user experience issues.

Speakers
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Chris Kaze

Account Manager, Aruba
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Wade Wells

Consulting Systems Egineer, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company


Wednesday March 13, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Monroe

1:30pm

Securing Enterprise Applications with LDAP Authentication
In a rapidly evolving application world, we need to focus on securely authenticating users and protecting data as best we can. The VCCS Enterprise Active Directory (EAD) is a complex directory with multiple groups and attributes supporting around half a million identities across twenty-three colleges plus multiple administrative units. This presentation aims to show how you can secure your applications via the LDAP protocol to VCCS EAD for user authentication for faculty, staff and students at our specific college. Topics discussed will cover how we have successfully created portals that house multiple homegrown applications on our existing Windows 2008 server, the particulars of LDAP authentication as well as a migration from Windows to Linux that further tightens security and gives expandability to the platform.

Speakers
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Melanie Crouch

Programmer/Analyst, Virginia Western Community College
Melanie is the SharePoint Administrator / Developer at Virginia Western and has eight years of IT experience.
avatar for Shivaji Samanta

Shivaji Samanta

Director of Educational & Information Technologies/CIO, Virginia Western Community College


Wednesday March 13, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Ampitheater

3:00pm

Identity Access Management: How and Why we got here and What you need to Know
Identity Access Management (IAM) is a buzz word everyone in IT and Security hears or even says but how did we get here? Why did it become so prevalent in our world? What do I need to know to prepare for the future (psst - it involves implementing IAM!). This presentation will discuss what IAM is and how it has expanded. The presenter will discuss at different levels to keep the audience "level-set" and will also discuss the future of Identity Access Management.

Speakers
avatar for Michael DArezzo

Michael DArezzo

Director of Security Services, SLAIT Consulting
20 years of IT Experience, 10 years in IT Security. My interests are security strategies, controls and policies, and penetration testing (Network, Web, Social Engineering). CISSP, CISA, and IT Management from University of Richmond


Wednesday March 13, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Lee
 
Thursday, March 14
 

1:30pm

A New IAM System at UVA (Part 2)
Come hear the continuing story of the successful Identity and Access Management (IAM) system implementation at UVA. We will share what we've accomplished in the past year, our implementation and change management success stories and lessons learned. If you're planning, or even thinking about tackling, a new IAM system in the coming year, this session is for you!

Speakers
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Mark Cox

Program Director, Identity & Access Management, University of Virginia
avatar for Dana German

Dana German

Deputy CIO, University of Virginia



Thursday March 14, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Lee

1:30pm

Apple IT Update
Please join Apple for an IT update covering topics such as:
OS beta-testing
* Apple IT training opportunities
* Mobile Device Management, and User-Approved MDM
* User Approved Kernel Extension Loading
* Managed Software Updates
* 64-bit app transition
* User Consent for Data Access in Mojave
* App notarization
* Device Enrollment (Apple School Manager)
* Active Directory integration using Apple Enterprise Connect or Jamf Connect
* Cisco and IBM partnership updates
* What's new in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave for IT
* Support implications for Macs with a T2 chip
* Apple File System update
* Moving past monolithic imaging
* Q&A

Speakers

Thursday March 14, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Holley V/VI
 
Friday, March 15
 

9:00am

Let's Talk MFA
George Mason is in the middle of a large scale rollout of Multi-Factor Authentication. During this interactive session, we will share what we have learned to date as well as facilitating discussion with our audience. Whether you have already rolled out MFA and have lessons learned to share or you're exploring MFA for use later, or somewhere in between, please join us for what should be a productive discussion.

Speakers
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Tracy Holt

Manager, Service Design, George Mason University
Tracy Holt is currently the manager of Service Design at Mason. Tracy leads projects related to the implementation of new services that integrate with Office365 and/or Mason's central authentication services.
avatar for John Prette

John Prette

Sr. IT Portfolio and Project Manager, George Mason University
John Prette is a business and technology leader with over 25 years of IT experience in IT Governance, Portfolio Management, Project Management, Business Analysis, Communications, process development, and software development. As the Senior IT Portfolio and Project Manager in George... Read More →


Friday March 15, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Holley IV

10:15am

Securing Access for Higher Ed with Cisco Duo
The cloud and mobility have changed academic culture. Students, faculty and staff need access to data from anywhere at any time and from any device they choose. This deperimeterization coupled with decentralization of IT creates a new set of security challenges that educational institutions must meet.

It’s critical to protect access to applications and data. And more than 300 educational institutions trust Duo to provide seamless and secure access to the resources and applications they need to connect students and staff to information.

Duo supports accredited U.S.-based institutions through InCommon and Internet2’s NET+ program, allowing them to deploy our Unified Access Security platform broadly, efficiently and cost-effectively. Please join us to learn how Duo’s Unified Access Security (UAS) can help you protect all users, all devices and any application on your institution’s network.

Speakers
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Shavon Marley

Virtual Sales Account Manager, Cisco Systems


Friday March 15, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
Monroe