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IAM Summit 2013

By Ian Glazer | November 14, 2013 | 1 Comment

Next week is our Identity and Access Management Summit. I wanted to give you a sneak peek at what the team will be bringing to LA. See you Sunday!

Sunday
Fundamentals of User Provisioning and Identity and Access Governance Tutorial Heidi Wachs
Authorization Architectures Tutorial Ian Glazer
Monday
Beyond Join, Move, Leave: Implications of Identity and Access Management in the Modern Era Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Ian Glazer
How to Build a Modern Federation Architecture for a Cloud, Mobile and Social World Workshop Mary Ruddy
Are Your Users Sick of Typing Passwords on Mobile Devices? Give ‘Em SSO Now! Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Trent Henry
The Role of Enterprise Identity in Public and Private Clouds Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Nick Nikols
Shared Experiences with Identity Governance and Administration Roundtable Ian Glazer and Heidi Wachs
Tuesday
What About Everyone Else? Managing Non-Employee Identities Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Mary Ruddy
Adaptive Access Control: Holy Grail, Snake Oil or the Next Big Thing? Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Trent Henry
Saving Privacy in the Cloud Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Heidi Wachs
Where has Your PKI Been – Where is it Going? Roundtable Trent Henry
The March Towards Externalized and Finer-Grained Authorization Roundtable Ian Glazer
Wednesday
How to Cope With Two Sides of BYOD: Bring Your Own Device and Bring Your Own (Personal) Data Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Trent Henry and Heidi Wachs
Privileged Account Management for Private Cloud and IaaS Environments Track B: IAM in the Trenches Nick Nikols
Putting Strategy Into Action Ant Allan, Ian Glazer, Gregg Kreizman, Mark Nicolett, Earl Perkins Keynote
Mobile Devices, Identity and Access Management Roundtable Trent Henry and Heidi Wachs

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