Identity Management & SOA

  • TYPE: Business Case Study DATE: Thursday, April 24, 2008 TIME: 11:30-12:30 LOCATION: IMAX

SOA Security Challenges in an Extended Enterprise Model

This presentation focuses on issues related to identity and access management as traditional enterprises move into an extended enterprise model, based on SOA concepts. Usually the resulting architectures are a mix of eBusiness portals with an enterprise internal SOA and a strong and inflexible set of legacy components. As a consequence, identities must be managed across all domains and legal/regulatory requirements adhered to. Although solutions exist for most parts of the overall puzzle, the resulting architecture presents considerable challenges for governance and operations.

Philips have conducted a pilot project together with CGI that involves some out of the box thinking and which we hope will result in a greatly simplified but generalizable solution for these issues. The presentation will explain the architecture and present the results of the pilot to date.

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Dennis has 25 years experience in IT and has worked in a diversity of business environments, like government, utilities, insurance companies and large manufacturing multinationals. His current job is Lead Architect in the group Corporate Functions at the Corporate IT department of Philips...

Stuart has spent 18 years in IT, of which 10 years have been with CGI (formerly AMS) in a variety of roles encompassing technical and functional architecture, project management, offering development and pre-sales (on one occasion all of these at once). He was a founding member of the AMS...


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European Identity Conference 2008

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  • Apr 22 - 25, 2008 Munich