Join us for UnSummit!

Identity Live in Austin started yesterday! These two days have been filled with discussions around privacy & consent, the IoT, customer experience, and various digital identity technologies. We’re so excited to hear from visionary analysts, executives, technical experts, thought leaders and other identity professionals to share their digital transformation journeys.

This year we have added another day to the agenda. Today, on Day 2, our guests have the opportunity to join one of two tracks - business or technical. Our technical track, or UnSummit as we call it, will consist of hands-on demos and technical deep drives with product experts. If you check out our agenda, you’ll notice the session descriptions are non-existent. This is because we’re giving our attendees the power to choose their UnSummit experience by building their own agenda from a list of 30+ topics provided. This includes:

  • Cloud infrastructure (IDaaS)

  • Intelligent Authentication with Authentication Trees

  • Understanding user and system behavior using ForgeRock auditing

  • DevOps 101

  • Identity Microservices

  • Setting up the Integrated ForgeRock Identity Platform

If you’re looking to learn more about API Security & Identity, the future of multi-factor authentication, or creating GDPR dashboards, look no further! UnSummit is here to help you rock digital identity!

 

There’s still time! Click here to register for UnSummit today!

Who Is Greta Sohn?

Who’s Greta? Greta is our Content Marketing Specialist. She graduated from University of Washington (go Dawgs!) with a business degree and has worked in Bay Area tech over the past 2 years. She loves traveling, spending time with her family dog, and her favorite San Francisco landmark is Sutro Tower. You'll most likely find Greta in the Mission District with cheese in one hand and petting someone else's dog with the other.

Recent Posts:

The Science and Art of Designing the Login Journey

Goldilocks may well have ended up an expert in Intelligent Authentication because she was onto something about that bowl of porridge: not too hot, not too cold, but rather just right.

What is OAuth2? A Real World Example.

 

What is OAuth2? It can seem quite complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. Before OAuth2, when you needed to give software services access to your account, you had to give that service your username and password.

Striving for a New High Water Mark in U.S. Data Privacy Policy: Part 2

In a continuation of my first post around privacy and the rising tide of global data regulation, I explore why “leaning in to consent” is the best way for U.S.