Identity Based Security
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Identity Based Security

Wednesday, May 10, 2023 11:00—13:00
Location: A 03-04

The identity-based security track centers around contemporary advancements, complexities, and remedies in guaranteeing the safety of digital identities. With sessions encompassing various themes, including identity and access management, authentication and authorization protocols, identity governance and administration, and privacy-enhancing technologies, the track will offer insights from specialists and visionaries in this ecosystem, in addition to pragmatic guidance on deploying productive identity-based security measures. Those who attend the event will acquire vital knowledge and techniques that will help them mitigate identity-linked hazards and safeguard their organizations from cybersecurity threats.


The topics covered in this track include:

  1. Understanding digital identity risks: Participants will acquire knowledge on the contemporary perilous aspects of digital identities, such as identity stealing, deceit, and swindles, and social engineering invasions. They will fathom the envisioned aftermaths of such hazards on their respective firms, as well as learn to detect and concentrate on identity-linked risks.
  2. Best practices for securing digital identities: Participants will acquire knowledge regarding the most effective methodologies to ensure the safety of digital identities, which includes implementing protocols for identity and access management, authentication, and authorization. Furthermore, they will learn about administering and governing identity, as well as achieving practical comprehension on how to efficiently mitigate the risks associated with digital identities within their respective organizations.
  3. Privacy-enhancing technologies for digital identity: Participants will have the opportunity to acquire knowledge about privacy-enhancing technologies that promote digital identity, including but not limited to zero-knowledge proofs and differential privacy. They will develop an in-depth understanding on how these innovative technologies can safeguard user privacy while enabling secure digital identities.

Receive Continuing Professional Education Credits

KuppingerCole Analysts AG is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State Boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credits. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry through its website:

You can get 2 CPEs for this track.

After attending this track, you will be able to:


Field of Study: Information technology

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Live (on-site attendance only)

To register for this session, go to and book a hybrid event ticket. In order to be awarded the full credit hours, you must attend the whole track on-site, which will be controlled after the Conference.
To redeem your CPE Credits please fill and send the following form:
After we have checked your attendance you will receive your CPE certificate.

Alexei Balaganski
Alexei Balaganski
Alexei is an analyst with specific focus on cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence. At KuppingerCole, he covers a broad range of security-related topics: from database, application and API...
Kai Boschert
Kai Boschert
Kai Boschert joined KuppingerCole Analysts AG as Advisor in September 2021. Background & Education: Kai is holding a master’s degree in management and technology with focus on...



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