Identity Fabrics Legacy Transition
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Identity Fabrics Legacy Transition

Thursday, May 11, 2023 11:00—13:00
Location: B 05

As digital identities become increasingly important in the modern IT landscape, decentralized identity solutions are gaining popularity. This conference track will explore the potential of utilizing decentralized identity approaches within the enterprise. Attendees will learn about the business benefits of decentralized identity, the steps involved in implementing it, important considerations, challenges, pitfalls, and recommendations.


The track will cover a hybrid approach to classic IAM for workforce management, including W3C native credential integration with solidified and well-established SSO federations. In other words, attendees will learn how to delegate the choice of which identity technology to use to end-users, as long as they can provide a trust chain that companies can verify. The session will also look at the potential of decentralized identity and how it will impact existing technologies such as IGA, PAM, and Access Management. The session will outline where interoperability and standards must further evolve to enable organizations to reinvent their IAM without ripping everything apart.


Finally, the track will dive into the decentralized lake of innovation, new standards, products, vendors, and start-ups to find out how to benefit from DIDs in the enterprise. Attendees will participate in a panel session to discuss the way forward for workforce identity. They will explore interoperability models and how a longer-term migration scenario could look like, and Identity Workflow Orchestration. The panel will discuss whether IAM needs to change fundamentally, whether it's about ripping and replacing IAM and IGA, or about complementing them.

Receive Continuing Professional Education Credits

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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.

Matthias Reinwarth
Matthias Reinwarth
Matthias is Head of Advisory and oversees and leads the KuppingerCole advisory team. Additionally he acts as lead advisor in various customer projects. As head of the IAM practice, Matthias...
Dr. Phillip Messerschmidt
Dr. Phillip Messerschmidt
Dr. Phillip Messerschmidt joined KuppingerCole in January 2021 as Advisor & Analyst. Prior to this, he worked for various management consultancies, primarily advising major banks on challenges...

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