A growing number of sites and services are allowing visitors to login using a social or digital identity from a trusted third party – like Facebook, LinkedIn, PayPal, Google or Microsoft. The technical term for this is “federated identity,” but most call it Bring Your Own Identity (BYOID). By allowing visitors to use an existing trusted credential, organizations can improve the customer experience and potentially save costs.
This presentation shares the results of a recent survey by the Ponemon Institute and CA Technology of over 3,000 IT security practitioners and business users worldwide to understand how companies view BYOID.
This SlideShare contains the raw results from the survey efforts. You can get more analysis and insight into the report by visiting the CA Technologies BYOID: New Ponemon Institute Report on Key Digital Identity Trends page http://www.ca.com/lpg/ponemon-study.aspx?cid=GLOB-SMM-SEC-AGH-000072-00000016&social=425887.
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