Roundtable: Cloud, Customer, Community, Citizen Identity

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, May 14, 2014     START TIME: 11:00    LOCATION:  BODENSEE I
Conference Agenda

Moderator(s):

Identity Providers are becoming recognized as an interesting source of Authentication and Identification services. While the security teams are reasonably suspicious of such new advances, the business people in many enterprises are waking up to the potential of customers and even employees and contractors bringing their own identity. Governments too are engaging in this area as the high cost of delivering citizen services is tackled in many different countries. This round table will also cover a real life example the benefits from government issued eID as well as an approach to preserving privacy during authentication.


Continuing Education Credits

Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None
Learning Level: Intermediate
Field: Computer Science

After attending this block of sessions you will be able to:

  • Explain why Identity Providers are becoming an important source of Authentication and Identification services.
  • Explain the Challenges of third-party identity credentials and how a trusted identity registry may help.
  • Describe how the Belgian government and a commercial partner in the finance industry joined forces to leverage a national eID solution and the benefits that this brought.
  • Describe how Attribute-Based Credentials (ABCs) can enable privacy-preserving authentication and two pilot projects.

This block qualifies for up to 2 Group Learning based CPEs depending on the number of sessions you attend.

Session:

BYOID is Stepping Up

Date: Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Time: 11:00-13:00

BYOID is Stepping Up
Andrew Nash, CapitalOne

Identity Providers are becoming recognized as an interesting source of Authentication and Identification services. While the security teams are reasonably suspicious of such new advances, the business people in may enterprises are waking up to the potential of customers and even employees and contractors bringing their own identity. Governments too are engaging in this area as the high cost of delivering citizen services is tackled in many different countries.

National Identity Initiatives Compared - Convergence or Divergence?
Colin Wallis, Kantara Initiative

The presentation compares a group of national online identity initiatives against a set of wide ranging criteria,and explores their potential trajectory.

The Challenges of Third-party Identity Credentials & How a Trusted Identity Registry May Help: Example Initiatives in the UK and the US
Don Thibeau, OpenID Foundation

Common law governments worldwide have begun to make commitments to adopt federated models for identity registration and credential authentication for central government services.  This approach requires close collaboration with industry to create the needed schemes or trust frameworks that organize the business, legal, and technical standards, and policies and best practices needed to succeed. As these countries architect and deploy their identity federations it’s important...

Belgian eID as Trust Generator Accross Sectors, Banking Included
Frank Leyman, FedICT Belgium

Today more and more countries get involved in issuing National Online Identity schemes and solutions (e-ID). All e-Gov officials agree unanimously that this is the best way forward to implement authentication and signature for e-Gov applications in their own realm. The question whether the National e-ID schemes are fit to serve in commercial applications as a genuine business enabler gains more and more importance. This presentation is a real business case on how a government and a...

BYOI – Making Citizen and Consumer IdM Easy using Social IDs … and Secure using Attribute Verifiers and 2FA
Don Schmidt, Microsoft

Self-service portals are a universal "big bet" Increase customer satisfaction … Reduce operational costs Retail, Utilities, Education, Credit, Insurance, Banking, Healthcare, Government For many organizations they are a losing bet! Consumers: Hate creating new passwords & security questions for every site Department heads, IT admins: Weak & re-used passwords neuter security & privacy defenses Regulators, Law...

Attribute-Based Credentials (ABCs) for Privacy-Preserving Authentication
Dr. Joerg Abendroth, Nokia Solutions and Networks

Privacy-ABCs are the (old) newcomer in the area of identity management. Being designed to protect the privacy of consumers in the internet ecosystem they include some concepts that are worth to be reviewed by enterprise identity management practitioners. This presentation will provide a high-level background on the privacy-ABC technology and introduce two pilots that had been run during ABC4Trust project. Additional typical privacy-ABC scenarios will be presented and the differences to...

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European Identity & Cloud Conference 2014

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