Tag: European Identity Conference

Hu: The Missing Element

Below you can find a version of the talk that I just gave at the European Identity Conference and at Identiverse talking about what I consider to be the missing element in Identity Management. Seems the curse that the A/V gods put on me at last years Cloud Identity Summit survived the conference rebranding, as

Deploy Multi-Layered Security to Combat Insider Threats

Insider threats are back in the news in a big way. Bank of America revealed that an employee allegedly leaked a lot of accountholder information to a ring of criminals, which led to account hijacking and check fraud. And the goal of the RSA breach seemed to be emerging rather scarily with news of what

BT wins European Identity Award for Fraud Service powered by Oracle

Another year, another European Identity Award for an Oracle customer. At last weeks European Identity Conference, KuppingerCole gave their coveted award in the Governance, Risk Management and Compliance category to BT for their Managed Fraud Reduction service. The BT MFR service provides a real time risk assessment of online transactions, thus providing customers the ability

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).

Şekerbank secures online banking with award-winning OAAM implementation

Şekerbank T.A.Ş. is the leading Turkish bank for small and midsize enterprises, and its internet banking services are among the three highest-rated online banking Web sites in Turkey. They have earned a reputation for having the most user-friendly and secure online banking Web sites in the country. Last week at the European Identity Conference, they

See you at the European Identity Conference

Just a quick reminder that if you are at the European Identity Conference taking place in Munich right now (from May 4-7), then I will be on 3 (count that, 3) back-to-back panels tomorrow (today) – Wednesday May 5th. I already told you about the first two in a previous post, but I am now

It’s gonna be a jam-packed May for Identity

This is probably an anomaly, but May is shaping up to be a pretty jam-packed month for me in the identity-related conference circuit, with some great events going on where I will be speaking/hoping to speak. My participation is still subject to some approvals coming through, but I’m fairly confident on that front. So there