The importance of identity—belonging to an individual, an organization, or a device—has become a critical issue for all aspects of our society. Organizations from almost every market sector imaginable—consumer services, financial services, education, healthcare, energy, military, law enforcement, to name a few—collect Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and use it to uniquely identify people, corporations, government agencies and sometimes devices. With the growth of e-commerce, social networking, online banking, electronic health records, and the increased presence of government agencies online, the issues surrounding identity authentication, authorization, and management are growing quickly, as is the need for professionals trained to address those issues.
This Identity Leadership certificate program offered by the Center for Identity at The University of Texas gives you the knowledge and skills to lead the complex businesses of identity and privacy—from assets, liabilities, planning, operations and workforce.
For more information, or for questions about registration please contact email@example.com.
You will learn to
- Leverage your identity assets
- Identify your organization’s identity risks
- Lead a multi-disciplinary team required to manage the legal, policy, communications, business operations and technology of identity
- Innovate and excel using the new currency called Identity
Who Should Attend
Executives, managers and professionals currently responsible for identity assets or seeking to lead organizations with identity management, security and privacy challenges and solutions.
In your organization, these roles might include: • HR managers • Customer service managers • Corporate fraud investigation personnel • Privacy and compliance managers • Information technology staff • Information security managers • Intelligence analysts • Data scientists • Marketing managers • Sales managers
Why You Should Attend
- Get a certificate from top-tier university and national center of excellence
- Study with industry leaders and expert UT CID faculty and staff
- Examine real-world case studies from industry leaders
- Learn about identity security and privacy in all of its dimensions: people, processes, policy and technology
Graduates will receive a Center for Identity certiﬁcate in Identity Leadership as well as 24 hours of continuing education credits.
Identity Leadership Certiﬁcate Program Schedule
Eight hours of instruction each day will cover the following.
Your Identity Portfolio
Understanding identity as an asset • The Big Data of Identity • Taking inventory of your identity assets • Identity asset valuation and liabilities • Your Identity Balance Sheet™ • Case studies highlighting identity as an asset
Identity Risk Assessment, Management, Compliance and Response
Difference between identity management and cyber-security Identity threats and vulnerabilities • Identity security and privacy • Incident planning and response • Industry and government standards • Laws and regulations • Public policy and advocacy
The Business of Identity: Strategic Planning and Leadership
Market sectors and stakeholders • Identity workforce roles and responsibilities • Case studies describing processes, policies and technology • Requirements for multi-disciplinary leadership • External and internal Communications • Relationship building and management • Innovating for the future • Measuring your identity business and planning to improve Case Studies highlight the business of identity
Identity Leadership Certificate Program
May 7-9, 2018 | $3,500 - Discounts AvailableRegister Now
Meet the Faculty
Director, Center for Identity and AT&T-Endowed Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Suzanne Barber is the AT&T Endowed Professor in Engineering and Founding Director of The Center for Identity at The University of Texas. Dr. Barber is an expert in the areas of cyber-trust, cyber-security, distributed artificial intelligence and software engineering. Her research has been supported by the DoD, NSF, NIST, Office of Naval Research, National Cancer Institute, U.S. Congress, the State of Texas, and numerous corporate organizations. Dr. Barber serves as a member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee, appointed by the Secretary of Homeland Security, offering guidance to the DHS Chief Privacy Officer. Formerly, Dr. Barber served as Director of Software Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin.