•  TYPE: Track    START DATE: Friday, September 27, 2019     START TIME: 10:30    LOCATION:  Emerald 3
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Continuing Professional Education Credits:

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After attending this track you will be able to:

  • Explain what better Identity Proofing Methods Exist
  • Describe ow true Frictionless interactions are Possible
  • Explain why Identity Fraud Should not Exist
  • Describe how to achieve zero trust access management in the Cloud
  • Name various real-world scenarios where extensibility and the ability to inject last-mile customization were essential for solving hard identity challenges
  • Explain how to use personalized, content-driven solutions that still adhere to regulatory and consumer expectations for privacy and control
  • Understand how to enable seamless customer experiences while providing the business with actionable customer insights
  • Successfully grow a loyalty program using customer identity and access management

You can get 2 CPEs for this track.


What is Takes to Win in the Trust Economy, True Identity Verification

Date: Friday, September 27, 2019 Time: 10:30-11:30

What is Takes to Win in the Trust Economy, True Identity Verification
Blair Cohen, AuthenticID • Tim Maciejewski, Boku Identity

This is still in the works and needs further articulation, the premise that in today's connected world, access to authoritative insight around a persons identity is widely available, instead of using information on consumers there is a shift to using something a person Has, Is, and Knows is far more powerful combination. Key takeaways: Better Identity Proofing Methods Exist True Frictionless interactions are Possible Identity Fraud Should not Exist...

Panel: How to achieve Cloud-enabled Zero Trust Access Management with Unprecedented Architectural Flexibility
Blair Cohen, AuthenticID • Richard Sand, IDF Connect, Inc. • Parker Crockford, Onfido

It has for years been the conventional wisdom that enterprises wishing to push applications from the data center to the Cloud must use federation-based solutions for Single Sign-On and forego the notion of access controls at the “perimeter”. And while federation protocols like SAML, WSFED and OIDC all provide SSO, they do not allow for strict perimeter enforcement, fine-grained access control, or practical centralized log and session management. In this talk Mr. Sand...

Crossing the Finish Line with Identity - The Last Few Steps are the Hardest

Date: Friday, September 27, 2019 Time: 11:30-12:30

Crossing the Finish Line with Identity - The Last Few Steps are the Hardest
Vittorio Bertocci, Auth0

Wouldn’t it be nice to live in a world where every identity project is a perfect fit for out-of-the-box features? It would be ideal to simply stay on the designated route of prescribed solutions and guarantee success. Developers and practitioners, however, know that the race to the finish line almost always takes them off the beaten path. The path with obstacles, like modern protocols needing to integrate with legacy solutions; security best practices needing to coexist with the...

Panel: With Great Personalization Comes Great Responsibility
Christian Goy, Behavioral Science Lab • John Summers, Akamai • Megan Smit, PayByPhone • Sonny Dasgupta, SAP Customer Data Cloud

For most brands (and almost all digital marketers) personalization is the key element for success; personal data is what fuels the campaign automation engine and provides knowledge that informs both strategy and tactics. The need for customer profile data is the most common driver for customer identity management, and most customer identity and access management (CIAM) solutions aim to make registration and login as easy as possible. However, usability barriers in signup and account...

Seattle, USA


Consumer Identity World USA 2019

Registration fee:
€1200.00 $1500.00 S$1920.00 13200.00 kr
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Ms. Lauren Zuber
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  • Sep 25 - 27, 2019 Seattle, USA