Track III: Identity Federation & User-centric Identity
- TYPE: Track START DATE: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 START TIME: 11:00
Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 Time: 11:00-12:00
Identity Federation and User-Centric Identity ? How will it affect Business and IT Infrastructures?
Dick Hardt, Amazon • André Durand, Ping Identity • Conor P. Cahill, Intel Corporation • Jörg Heuer, Deutsche Telekom Laboratories
At first glance, it seems that both identity federation and the hot new buzzword topic "user-centric identity" both share the same primary goal of both federation and user-centric identity is to separate and free identity from any one domain to roam as necessary with convenience, privacy and security. But do they really? "User-centric" carries a fine libertinarian ring and in fact is often used as a political slogan (like the old "information wants to be...
Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 Time: 12:00-13:00
You can?t take it with you: Portable Identity and Social Networks
Peter Helfenstein, Collanos Software • Paulo Dimas, TimeBI • Dietmar H. Büto, Viadeo / Viaduc SA • Rainer Stecken, Globolog
The Panel explores the (unanswered) question of portability for reputations and other personal data in the age of Web 2.0. As online communities proliferate, individuals create potentially valuable networks in multiple systems such as LinkedIn, Xing, or FaceBook, as well as on e-commerce websites like eBay or Amazon. However, none of these networks are interconnected. Why can't I use my eBay rating to get a bank loan? What happens when I graduate from college and want to switch from a...
Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 Time: 14:00-15:00
Identity Federation Leading Edge - Telco Industry
John Kemp, Nokia • Alec Cartwright, British Telecom
The telecommunications industry has long been a pioneer of identity federation. Thanks to their huge customer base and their close relationship with their customers, telcos seem predestined to play a major role in implementing the "circle of trust" concept inherent in the Identity Federation model. The panel will explore the major issues facing telcos as they design and implement federation projects. What are the issues,? Where are the problems? What is possible, what isn't?...
Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 Time: 15:00-16:00
Future Business and Technology Requirements for Client-based Identity Management
Conor P. Cahill, Intel Corporation
The various phases of the client device functionality deliver different benefits to deployers and consumers. Overall, the capability at the device level represents a huge market opportunity for deployers, who can now more easily build identity-based functionality into all different kinds of devices in a standards-based format. From a consumer perspective, the client device functionality is equally as exciting given the personalization, privacy and security measures this functionality can...
Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 Time: 16:30-17:30
CardSpace, Higgins, Bandit & Co. - Projects & Trends in Open Source Identity Management
Don Schmidt, Microsoft • Dale Olds, Novell • Johannes Ernst, NetMesh • David Recordon, Facebook • Sampo Kellomäki, ZXID Open Source
User-centric identity is probably the hottest topic in the IAM world today. With Vista, Microsoft has introduced its "OpenCard" personal identity system, but has yet to roll out many of its most important features. On the other hand, the open source community has been busy with its own version of an "open" identity system. One example is "Bandit" and the associated "Higgins" project supported among others by IBM and Novell (...
- Registration fee:
- Contact person:
Mr. Joerg Resch
+49 (0)211 23707777
- May 07 - 10, 2007 Munich