Talking Identity at the European Identity Conference and more
May is going to be a busy month.
I already mentioned I’ll be at the Internet Identity Workshop next week (if only for the first day and a half), where I fully expect to dive into discussions regarding SCIM and OAuth in the Enterprise (picking up from where we left off at the last IIW). The SCIM sessions should be especially interesting, given the latest missive from Dave Kearns.
The week after I’ll be in Munich for KuppingerCole’s excellent European Identity Conference. I have a packed schedule there, giving a (hopefully both entertaining and informative) keynote that I adapted from my blog post “When Trust is Not Enough“, and sitting in on a few panels. Details below:
- When Trust is not Enough
- Wednesday, May 11 2011 at 5:30pm
- Panel Discussion on ‘Federation: Lessons Learned’
- Wednesday, May 11 2011 at 11:30am
- Panel Discussion on ‘Identity and Access in the Cloud’
- Thursday, May 12 2011 at 2:00pm
I am also looking to round out my May by heading to Gluecon, where cloud and mobile will be top of my mind.
I might have to take June off to recover 🙂