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The Mobilecast - Eps.3 - Identity and Access Management

04.09.2013
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The Mobilecast (.net) #3 - Identity and Access Management (37:50)

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Date: April 9, 2013

By: Brian Katz

Description: Brian Katz talks with Paul Madsen (@paulmadsen, Office of CTO at Ping Identity) about the challenges of identity management, accesss management, and securing mobile applications, and the associated data. They explore SSO, SAML, JSON, OAuth and other security and identity technologies that are driving mobility solutions. They also explore the challenges of application placement and how IT organizations are managing services across multiple SaaS providers.

Topic 1 – Identity and access management in general, what it is and how it’s used

Topic 2 – What is Single Sign ON (SSO) and how does it work.

Topic 3 – What the heck is SAML, OAUTH and all these other acronyms and how
do these standards work together?

Topic 4 – SSO and native apps on mobiles.

Topic 5 – How do enterprises and organizations get all this in place?. What type of
ecosystem do they need to build?

Topic 6 – What about using public identity managers like Facebook/Twitter/Google+
in the enterprise?
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