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Axiomatics takes on Identiverse in Las Vegas

Join us at Identiverse in Las Vegas from May 30th - June 2nd where me and my team will be talking about all things identity and authorization.

Anyone who is anyone in identity knows what Identiverse is. It’s the main event for identity professionals where vendors, standards contributors, and customers can come together and share ideas, insights, and innovations around Identity and Access Management (IAM).

This year’s event is held in Las Vegas, Nevada from May 30th through June 2nd, where Axiomatics will be taking the stage by storm.

I have been attending Identiverse for over ten years and it’s an event that I look forward to each year.

This time around, I am especially excited as I will join my colleague Matt Luckett, VP of Customer Relations, to discuss ideas on measuring success and return on investment on fine-grained authorization initiatives:

Measuring success and ROI on fine-grained authorization initiatives - Identiverse session promo

Historically, identity has always been seen as this final frontier. But what’s thrilling about our session is that Matt and I get to share with our peers what we’ve learned from working with enterprise customers worldwide as to how best to measure the value of authorization deployments. We’ll be going in-depth on attribute-based access control (ABAC) and the adjacent worlds of identity management, provisioning, and access reviews.

I might be biased, but this is surely a highlight you don’t want to miss.

In case you’re still on the fence on attending Identiverse, there are also plenty of other topics, conversations and events happening that give important insight.

Here are a few sessions I’ve added to my agenda that I recommend you check out:

Zero Trust Architecture for B2C Identity at General Motors

Wednesday, May 31 @ 10:30am
In this session, Andrew Cameron of GM shares best practices on identity-based API services that focus on security and visibility, while keeping alignment with the overall goals of a zero trust architecture.
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The State of OAuth

Wednesday, May 31 @ 11:05am
Aaron Parecki, the mastermind behind OAuth will be giving us the low-down on the latest OAuth innovations.
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Wednesday, May 31 @ 11:40am
My former colleague and all-star identity guru, Ian Glazer, will be delivering his presentation on ceremonies. I had the privilege to see his talk a week ago and you’re in for a treat.
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Investing in Identity: NIST’s Digital Identity Roadmap

Thursday, June 1st 10:30am
Get the latest from National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) themselves in this visionary panel. A great way to plan your own IAM roadmap.
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Closing Keynote

Friday, June 2nd @ 11:00am
We will capitalize on our passion for authorization during the closing keynote session, where I’ll join Allan Foster, Andi Hindle, and Galina Livit to discuss what we’ve learned at the show, the future of the authorization space, and how this might influence Identiverse 2024.
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Attending the event? We’d love to meet you!

All in all, Identiverse is an event that is not one to miss and I’m hoping you’ll come say hi to the Axiomatics team at booth #1526 and at our breakfast session on Wednesday, May 31st.

You can also book a meeting ahead of time with us to talk and see a demo of our solution.

Besides the conversations that are happening, I can’t wait to see familiar faces within the segment of the cybersecurity community that has been built through people being passionate about the same topic: identity. It is always enlightening to come together to discuss the latest innovations and trends.

See you there!

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About the author

As Chief Technology Officer, David has experience leading the design and development of Salesforce’s identity offering including customer identity and access management (CIAM). He is a founding member of IDPro, a co-author of the OASIS XACML standard, and an expert on standard-based authorization as part of an overall IAM implementation.