Identity Fabrics & Identity API Platforms II

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Thursday, May 14, 2020     START TIME: 14:30    LOCATION:  ALPSEE
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In the process of digital transformation, new digital business services change the way IAM needs to be done. Without the ability to manage and control the access of every one to every service, businesses will fail in their new initiatives. However, it is easy to succeed with the right moves and strategies, with a strong digital identity backend that delivers all identity services required by the new digital services that are created. KC Principal Analyst Martin Kuppinger calls such backend the “Identity Fabrics” that provide all services in a standardized manner and, beyond that, integrates back to legacy IAM. Identity Fabrics are more than identity API platforms, both regarding capabilities and interfaces. However, the shift to API-based access in consequence of the digital transformation requirements changes IAM and puts the API capabilities at the center.

Sessions:

APIs Are Enablers: How the OpenID Financial-grade API (FAPI) is Driving Open Banking

Date: Thursday, May 14, 2020 Time: 14:30-15:30

APIs Are Enablers: How the OpenID Financial-grade API (FAPI) is Driving Open Banking
Nat Sakimura, OpenID Foundation

Providing standards-based APIs for enabling access to financial data puts end-users in control of their financial data by letting them use the financial applications of their choosing to access and organize their financial lives. In 2017, the OpenID Foundation’s Financial-grade API (FAPI) working group published specifications enabling high-security API access, suitable for accessing financial data and facilitating financial transactions. In 2018, the UK Open Banking Implementation...

Panel: API Management - Industry Drivers & Challenges in 2020
Andre Priebe, iC Consult Group • Joe Zanini, Ping Identity


The Future of Digital Identity

Date: Thursday, May 14, 2020 Time: 15:30-16:30

The Future of Digital Identity
Ian Glazer, Salesforce

The future of the standards and services we build are unwritten. We are curious about the future because we shape it. But from the works of our hands to a world 10 years hence is an unknown path. In this talk, Mr. Glazer will discuss what the future of identity looks like in 5 to 10 years: What previous predictions about identity’s future got right and wrong Where standards adoption will be How aligned technologies will impact our industry What a discontinuous future...

FastFed: a Standard for Configuring Standards
Pamela Dingle, Microsoft

Configuring a standards connection is a time-consuming and error-prone task that does not scale well in Enterprises with thousands of connections. What if we could take the configuration of SCIM, SAML, or OpenID Connect from a mostly manual process to an automated, approval-driven, and analytics-watched exercise? Join Pamela Dingle as she discusses a standard called FastFed, designed to allow application providers to auto-negotiate federated and provisioning-focused connections, as well as...

Demystifying NISTIR 8112 – Why Organizations Need Attribute Context to Make Good Business Decisions

Date: Thursday, May 14, 2020 Time: 17:00-18:00

Demystifying NISTIR 8112 – Why Organizations Need Attribute Context to Make Good Business Decisions
Bjorn Hjelm, Verizon

NISTIR 8112 proposes attribute schema metadata and attribute value metadata to convey the information about a subject’s attribute(s) to allow for a relying party (RP) to make better business decisions when evaluating attributes asserted by 3rd parties. The NISTIR defines a set of optional elements of an attribute metadata schema to support cross-organization decision making in attribute assertions as well as the semantics and syntax required to support interoperability. This...

Transaction Tokens: Solving the External/Internal Authorization Problem
George Fletcher, Verizon Media Group

Any system that deals with “external” clients invoking services has to deal with extending the authorization model of the system to the external clients. The internal authorization model (roles, attributes) often does not translate well to authorization mechanisms used by the external clients (e.g. OAuth2 scopes). For example, an OAuth2 scope may not match well with an internal role as the mapping might be 1:n or even n:n. This talk will explore a mechanism that allows for the...


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