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Identity 2.0

Identity 2.0

Combined Session
Thursday, June 06, 2024 15:30—16:30
Location: B 07-08
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Top 5 Lessons - Implementing Decentralized Identity at Raiffeisen Bank

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Over the past year, we have learned a lot about practical implementations of decentralized identity. There is a lot of buzz, many organizations are dipping their toes, and some are taking the plunge. Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) is one of Europe’s leading banking groups, serving more than 17 million customers. Focused on digitization, RBI’s main security priorities are:

  • Harmonizing CIAM IdPs
  • Harnessing decentralized identity
  • Highest security and compliance standards
  • Consistent integration with existing and future apps
  • Resilient and scalable multi-cloud architecture

In this fireside chat, we explore RBI’s decentralized identity implementation, learnings, and results. We will talk about some of the emerging decentralized identity use cases that are taking hold, and provide some practical insight we have learned while supporting customers in their journey.

Loren Russon
SVP Product & Technology Alliances
Ping Identity
SVP of Product & Technology Alliance  - Loren has managed product development and marketing activities for security and identity management product lines for 20+ years. Throughout his...
Yaron Zehavi
Senior Enterprise Architect
Raiffeisen Bank International AG
Yaron Zehavi has 20 years of experience designing and developing technology solutions. Yaron has been focused on the financial services sector since 2004. Yaron is Customer IAM...
Passkeys in the Enterprise

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Passkeys are quickly becoming an interesting option for phising resistent authentication in the enterprise, but what kind of challenges are you likely to run into when you roll out passkeys in an enterprise?

This session will cover what we have learned about passkeys and passkey roll out in a global, flat packed, and meatball centric organisation.

Martin Sandren
IAM Product Lead
Martin Sandren is a security architect and delivery lead with over eighteen years of experience of various information security related roles. Primarily focused on security architecture and digital...
Thoughts on Final Footprints

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Death is the forgotten state transition in identity lifecycle management. The identity industry has failed to deliver frameworks, tools, and guidance to enable consent-driven mechanisms for individuals to determine how to handle their credentials, data, and services after their disablement (temporary or permanent) or death. A new group is forming to make the internet a better place by solving this universal issue that impacts each and every human and their loved ones. Join us to discuss these weighty matters and learn about how to contribute.

Mike Kiser
Director, Strategy and Standards
Mike Kiser has held a panoply of industry positions over the past 20 years—from the Office of the CTO to Security Strategist to Security Analyst to Security Architect—that might imply...
Eve Maler
Digital identity futurist and strategist
Venn Factory
Eve is a globally recognized pioneer in identity and access management and standards, with roots in semi-structured data modeling and the API economy and a passion for fostering successful...
Kaliya Young
Founding Partner
Identity Woman in Business
Kaliya Young, known as Identity Woman, is a world leading expert and active community builder in user-centric and decentralized identity. Kaliya co-founded the Internet Identity Workshop in 2005,...
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