Given the needs for regulatory compliance, the need to offer a customized experience for customers and employees and tightening privacy controls (think Cambridge Analytica), having a solid IAM system solves more than just a simple IT problem of connecting identities.
Certain debates you need to resolve within your team is what kind of technology (we suggest IAM) will help you accelerate your compliance processes especially with having to meet deadlines. Or if adopting an open source IAM solution would offer more value as opposed to a traditional IAM solution and if it offers better capabilities or create additional privacy or security issues. What must you look for when opting for Customer IAM solution and what value do you create by prioritizing these?
WSO2’s Senior Director of Security Architecture, Prabath Siriwardena (fresh out of sabbatical), is going to hit the road starting April 30 and we’re going all out with everything we know on identity and access management and how adopting open source IAM can help you better with your IAM strategy. He’s got a jam packed schedule and given his expertise of over 10 years including extensively speaking at conferences worldwide (he just spoke at RSAC 2018, sold out his books on API security), we think you should be marking your calendars just like you’re waiting for the final GOT season.
Here is a partial list of the topics we will cover:
- Improving app IAM: About 71% of enterprise security decision makers believe that securing customer facing apps is a critical priority. So here’s what it means. You need to ensure that you have an effective customer IAM solution in place that offers BYOID, progressive profiling, strong SSO and authentication, and self-care portals to secure your customers data and offer them and engaging experience. What should you have in place so your IAM solution can address these?
- Securing APIs: APIs are everything and most enterprises are increasingly adopting and exposing APIs with more 3rd parties involved. Are your APIs secure enough and what best practices should you adopt?
- The IAM and Compliance Relationship: In the wake of privacy and regulations like GDPR, what steps are your enterprise taking to be compliant?
Find the answers to these and more! We’re starting with Canada and taking it all the way to WSO2Con USA.
Here’s where we’re going to be:
- April 30 – Montreal: Building a customer-centric enterprise with CIAM
- May 1 and 2 – Toronto: The role of privacy in your CIAM strategy
- May 3 – Vancouver
- May 4 – Victoria
- May 7 and 8 – Columbus: Securing microservices
- May 9 – Orlando: API security best practices and guidelines
- May 14 and 15 – Chicago: API security best practices and guidelines
- June 13 – Mountain View: Building a customer-centric enterprise with CIAM
- June 21 – New York: Building a customer-centric enterprise with CIAM
- June 24 – 27 – Identiverse, Boston
- June 28 – Boston: Building a customer-centric enterprise with CIAM
- July 16-18 – San Francisco: WSO2Con USA
- May 30 – Jaffna
- June 5: API security and best practices
- June 6 and 7 – Dubai