IAM @ DKMS:
Tuesday, 15 June 2021,
IAM @ DKMS: Introduction of an IAM System
In collaboration with DKMS
DKMS is an international nonprofit bone marrow donor center based in Germany.
Agenda and Speaker
Dennis Endert is Manager for IT Security, Governance, Risk & Compliance at DKMS and is responsible for setting up and maintaining the Information Security Management System (ISMS).
Previously, he worked as a manager at an auditing firm. In this role, he performed IT audits and advised clients on IT compliance issues.
He holds the CISA, TISP, ISO/IEC 27001, ITIL and ITGCP certifications.
Introduction of an IAM system at DKMS
What you should do for a successful IAM implementation in your organization?
- Project setup and organization
- Project scope: do’s and don’ts
- Solution concepts and solution design regarding policies & governance, role models, processes and tools and change management considerations
- Change Management requirements: needed internal communication, stakeholder engagement and training
The DKMS is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against blood cancer. It was founded in Germany in 1991 and has since then, with more than 900 employees, pursued the goal of giving as many people as possible a second chance in life. With over 10 million registered life donors, it has succeeded in doing this more than 87,000 times to date through the mediation of stem cell donations. This makes her the world leader in the care of patients with stem cell transplants.
Besides Germany, the organization is active in the USA, Poland, UK and Chile. In India it has founded the joint venture DKMS-BMST together with the Bangalore Medical Services Trust; in South Africa the DKMS works together with its partner The Sunflower Fund, because: Like the organization itself, blood cancer knows no borders.
For more information on DKMS visit https://www.dkms.org
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