by Ian Glazer | November 26, 2012 | Comments Off on For your viewing pleasure: IAM Summit 2012
Next week is our Identity and Access Summit in Las Vegas. I am excited to announce that we’ll have nearly all of our full team there, including our newest teammates! I just wanted to share what sessions I’ll be involved with next week as well a provide links to those sessions in our Agenda Builder tool to help you fill out your agenda.
A Magic 8 Ball in the Sky: Federated, Distributed, and Cloud Externalized Authorization – Agenda Builder
- To what extent is externalized authorization becoming mainstream?
- What are the deployment patterns for externalized authorization with respect to cloud services?
- What are the challenges of federated authorization?
Panel: New-School Identity Protocols Fight for Your Love – Agenda Builder
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Panel: National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace – Agenda Builder
Closing Keynote: Putting Strategy Into Action – Agenda Builder
Lastly, I’ve got a few one on one sessions available. Use the Agenda Builder tool and get some of my time.
See you in Vegas!
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