February 5, 2010
FuGen Solutions joins Kantara Initiative’s annual identity workshop at the RSA Conference, March 1, 2010, 8am-5pm. NTT, Ping Identity and the U.S. Government showcase demonstration pods alongside FuGen Solutions. Join us for a series of presentations, panels & demonstrations of common Cloud/SaaS scenarios from diverse market leaders.
Register now for our free workshop using the code: 1310KANEXPO for the Expo only pass and select Kantara Initiative from the ‘Registration Package’ page. This pass only allows access to Kantara Initiative workshop on March 1. Read details about the Conference events March 1-5.
Title: Technology, Policy, and Compliance for Identity Services in 2010 & Beyond
What: Kantara Initiative’s RSA Security Pre-Conference Workshop
When: Monday, March 1, 2010, 8:00am-5:00pm, Room 301
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA, USA
2010 brings new opportunities for identity services in the enterprise & consumer markets. This workshop is designed to equip attendees with the vital information required to ensure success in employing the right identity management approach with the proper considerations. Recent developments in identity assurance, multi-protocol interoperability, liability models, usability, privacy-enablement and identity services certification will be spotlighted by key market leaders including Google, Oracle, CA, Aetna, NTT and Ping Identity.
|8:00- 9:00||Visit demonstration pods featuring a variety of innovations & deployment scenarios|
|9:00-9:40||Kantara Initiative – The Identity Ecosystem one year later: highlighting key industry and government initiatives in context and plain English. Trent Adams, Leadership Council Chair @ Kantara Initiative, Outreach Specialist, ISOC|
|9:40-10:20||Identity Assurance and Open Trust Frameworks, What does it all mean?|
|10:30-11:10||CA – Identity as Security Glue for the Cloud. Matthew Gardiner, Director of Product Marketing, CA & Chris Sharp, Director of Application Development, MEDecision|
|11:10-11:50||NTT – An overview of recent developments in some key identity protocols (SAML, OpenID, OAuth, IMI etc), and a discussion of opportunities for combining these protocols in interesting ways. Paul Madsen, Identity Management Researcher, NTT|
|11:50-1:10||Lunch Break with extra free time to visit demonstration pods|
|1:10-1:50||Ping Identity – How the Cloud is Changing Federated Identity Requirements. Patrick Harding, CTO, Ping Identity|
|1:50-2:30||Oracle Identity and security considerations in leveraging Cloud services – an enterprise perspective. Uppili Srinivasan, Senior Director Oracle Security and Identity|
|2:40-3:20||Google – Business value of federated login for consumer websites, Enterprise SaaS vendors, and Enterprises. Eric Sachs, Product Manager Google Security & Chris Messina, Open Web Advocate.|
|3:20-4:00||Kantara Initiative – Identity Services Roadmap: A panel of market leaders from Healthcare, eGovernment, and Financial Services discuss the future of Identity Services. Moderated by Matthew Gardiner, VP of Kantara Initiative & Director of Product Marketing, CA
Panelists: Mark Coderre, Head of Security Architecture at Aetna & Debbie Bucci, Integration Services Center Manager (NIH Login, Federaton, SOA), NIH – Center for Information Technology Division of Enterprise and Custom Applications
|4:00-5:00||Visit demonstration pods featuring a variety of innovations & deployment scenarios|