At RSA Conference, Esplanade 302, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA, USA
Open, secure, standards-based methods are needed for implementing identity management solutions that maintain user privacy and strengthen the security of internet transactions while at the same time making it easier for end-users to utilize federation and web-based services. Come learn about the Liberty Alliance protocols, and see how CA, HP, Intel, NTT Corporation, Ping Identity and RSA are successfully utilizing these proven standards to implement state-of-the-art identity management solutions that strengthen security, increase privacy and offer end users and deploying organizations new levels of simplicity. We’ll explore the range of offerings available through the standards-based “plumbing” that Liberty Federation and Liberty Web Services protocols have put in place, with presentations ranging from customer case studies to cutting-edge proof of concept demonstrations showing how to securely manage the life-cycle of identities.
Liberty Welcome & Introduction, Brett McDowell, Executive Director of Liberty Alliance & Roger Sullivan, VP Oracle & President of Liberty Alliance
Case Study – CA, BT, & MEDecision
Case studies from CA customers BT & MEDecision covering respectively SAML-based identity federation and standards-based Web services security. These case study presentations will review the business drivers, high-level architectures, key technology and policy decisions, results to date, future plans, and lessons learned at these organizations. The case studies will show that both federation and Web services initiatives are happening today and enabling tomorrow.
Presented by Matthew Gardiner, Senior Product Marketing Manager, CA; Robert Temple, Chief Security Architect, BT; Chris Sharp, Director Application Development, MEDecision
Proof of Concept – Hewlett Packard and Intel Corporation
Intel Corporation will demonstrate a Liberty-based proof-of-concept solution which uses an Intel Identity Capable Platform to securely manage the life-cycle of a digital identity which is generated and remotely provisioned by BT for the purposes of enabling access to their 21st Century Converged Network.
Presented by Conor Cahill, Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation.
Case Study – NTT Corporation
NTT will present virtual appliance or credential container currently being developed at NTT’s R&D to securely provision the credentials for converged network access. NTT will demonstrate how its proof of concept uses Liberty web service on Intel’s Identity capable platforms.
Presented by Yukio Tsuruoka, NTT Corporation
Proof of Concept – Ping Identity
Ping Identity’s session will focus on Auto-Connect, a new dynamic federation capability available in the company’s PingFederate 5.0 federated identity software. A discussion of dynamic federation making use of capabilities already available in SAML 2 and how Ping eliminates manual activities.
Presented by Patrick Harding, Ping Identity
Case Study – RSA
Customer Geisinger Health System’s case study describes the business drivers, requirements, architecture, business arrangements, policy decisions, real benefit achieved, and lessons learned of a recent federation project.
Presented by Dave Young, Geisinger Health System
Demo & Mingling
Registration is free of charge. To attend, register at http://www.rsaconference.com/2008/US/Registration.aspx – click, ‘register online now’
Use the registration code 148LIBAEX. This will also give you a free expo pass that you can use to attend the tradeshow portion of the Conference Tuesday through Friday. YOU MUST BE REGISTERED THROUGH THE RSA CONFERENCE SITE TO ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP.