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ForgeRock Access Management 5.1 Delivers Open Banking Requirements for Financial Services

The great thing about building on top of a standards-based identity platform is that organizations can focus on adding compelling business value further up the stack rather than spending cycles implementing foundational technology. This kind of flexibility becomes increasingly important across any number of business sectors as digital identity takes on a greater role in supporting the customer experience.

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Callsign Joins the ForgeRock Band

We want to extend congratulations to our technology partner Callsign on their announcement that they are integrating their Intelligence Driven Authentication™ (IDA) technology with the ForgeRock® Identity Platform™. Callsign is doing ground-breaking work with intelligent authentication based on devices, location, time of day, biometrics, and behaviors. Using these multiple parameters, Callsign’s Neural Engine can derive all kinds of measurements to understand who’s who in real time, and to help distinguish and pinpoint potentially malicious usage.

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The Connected Car: Digital Identity’s Next Stop

The relatively nascent and rapidly growing world of the connected car has yet to realize the business advantages that digital identity can bring to its vast ecosystem; but that’s about to change.

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Checking in with ForgeRock Co-Founder Jonathan Scudder

The KuppingerCole Access Management and Federation Leadership Compass is one of the identity industry’s most-awaited analyst publications of the year. It offers an in-depth review of the main players in the market, classifying each as Followers, Challengers or Leaders – similar to Gartner Magic Quadrant reports or the Forrester Wave. The 2016 edition was warmly received here at ForgeRock HQ because – for the first time – we were named as a Leader in all four categories: Product, Innovation, Market and Overall.

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Privacy Matters

Pew Research released an interesting report earlier this year focusing on American attitudes towards privacy and information sharing in the digital world. Every day, people have to choose if they want to share their personal information with businesses and governments in exchange for access to a product or service. Pew found that willingness to share personal data depended greatly on the context.

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Retailers are Lagging Badly at Omnichannel Commerce

As we’ve previously explored, the future of retail will involve advanced online services and secure digital identity tools.