What Breakfast Bytes Explored
Our 'Breakfast Bytes' session concentrated on Digital Identity and gave attendees an updated view of how to mitigate risk whilst maximising the major opportunities this business enabler can deliver.

Companies are rapidly transforming themselves, improving the way and speed they provide services to customers. Yet they still need to protect large volumes of sensitive data while improving the customer experience. Breakfast Bytes looked at how today’s modern identity and access management solutions can address this challenge.

Who should attend: Organisations who want to generate new ideas to reinvent their security strategy for digital age success.
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Enjoy Our Short Video Documenting Breakfast Bytes.
Our Special Guests Were:
Bill McCluggage, Executive Chairman, Technologist, Non-Executive Director 
Bill became the first Irish Government CIO in 2013 following roles as Deputy UK Government CIO and Executive Director IT Policy & Strategy in the Cabinet Office, Director of eGovernment and CIO in Northern Ireland, and CTO for EMC Systems UK. He is currently Head of Information Security on the UK’s Open Banking Programme and has roles across a range of public sector and private sector businesses.
Anthony Mornet, Managing Director, IAM Experts
Anthony is the founder and managing director of IAM Experts, one of the largest pan-European federation of experts and consultants specialised in identity access management. With a core methodology developed over the last decade, they promote a pragmatic and cost effective approach to identity access management from authentication services, access governance, privileged access management and customer identity access management.
Des Powley, Director, EMEA Security, CA Technologies
Des drives the strategy and execution of the CA security vision with alliances and channel partners across EMEA. He has over twenty years’ experience of the cybersecurity and identity and access management markets and has worked with a range of technology providers, from highly innovative security start-ups through to major corporations such as Oracle and RSA Security.
The Location was:
Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin 
The Science Gallery is a public science centre at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. Opened in 2008 and housed in Trinity's Naughton Institute, it holds various artistic exhibitions and lectures with a view to science outreach and art-science collaborations. The science gallery will host the Renaissance Breakfast Bytes seminar in conjunction with CA Technologies.  The excellent space and facilities available will allow attendees to have an enjoyable experience while they learn about what is happening in the world of cybersecurity, particularly managing digital identities.
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