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Only a few years ago the identity ecosystem seemed to be ‘set’ with little chance for change or dislocation of the large federated identity providers. Today the entire identity technology ecosystem is in flux. What will emerge? OIDC? OIDC/SIOP? DIDComm? Join us for a discussion on the changing protocol landscape, the shifting identity power centers and why it is a both/and and not either/or.
The concepts behind Zero Trust and SASE are not new, but recent developments in technological capabilities, changes in the way people are working, accelerated adoption of cloud and Edge computing, and the continued evolution of cyberthreats have resulted in both rising in prominence.
As organizations seek to improve their security capabilities, many are evaluating Zero Trust and SASE to determine whether to adopt either, one, or both. Join this session to understand what each can potentially deliver and the exact nature of the relationship between them.
Organizations with an advanced cloud migration program have hit a roadblock. TO successfully navigate the adoption of compartmentalized code, in order to reap the benefits of improved agility and reduced costs, The CISO must embrace automated deployment and gain control over APIs.
In today´s unpredictable business environment where change is the normal, it has become critical to have a manageable and scalable Identity & Access Management program in place. In this Best Practice Presentation, Leonardo Morales will talk about the challenges and his learnings from implementing state-of-the-art IAM at Siemens AG, and what the next steps will be.
“It’s about the journey, not the destination” they said. “It’s basically just Don’t Trust But Check, what’s the real difference?” they said. “ What’s the big deal?” They said.
Zero trust has been the panacea to everyone’s security problems, for a really long time now, and yet we are still talking about it, and not just doing it. It’s no surprise that there is a certain level of cynicism then that zero trust was all marketing and no trousers.
If 2021 brought us anything though, it was finally some clarity that zero trust really does have a role to play in the enterprise, just not by itself. Various vendors and enterprises have finally conceded that while it is important, it is just one part of the puzzle to help organisations manage their ever changing, digitally transformed, hybrid working, flexible, work from home environments.
Everything changed with zero trust, and now it is actually helping us to change again. In this talk, learn from;
Where zero trust came from, and where it is now
What the new working paradigm means for CISOs…
… and how zero trust environments and working models can help, not hinder, even without a final destination
In talking about a "Post Platform Digital Future", it is all about a Vision, or better: mission to not let the current platform dominance grow any further and create the foundations for a pluralistic digital society & business world where size would not be the only thing that matters. To get there, we need open Standards, Protocols and Alliances that help individuals, as well as businesses of any size, to participate in a digital future inside the metaverse and beyond - just like trade unions helped the working class during the industrial revolution to fight for their rights. In this panel session, we will discuss about the enablers of such a different approach and the requirements to actually be successfull.
Today, seamless access experiences are crafted based on identity fundamentals such as single sign-on, multi-factor authentication, passwordless authentication, self-service portals, and federated access. But, is this enough for the next epoch of digital applications, metaverse, and Web 3.0?
The digital world is a replication of the physical world in a digital ecosystem. As a result, people and things have an equal digital representation, which we call a digital double.
In this keynote, Asanka will look at creating a seamless access experience around the digital double using APIs, integration, and identity in order to prepare organizations to address the next digital era.