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CIS13: The Good, The Bad, and the Government: Wrangling Attributes in the State of Texas

by on Aug 21, 2013

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Wendy Nather, Research Director, Enterprise Security Practice, 451 Research ...

Wendy Nather, Research Director, Enterprise Security Practice, 451 Research
At first, "identities" just meant employees, and then they meant customers and partners. Then the cloud came along, and all hell broke loose.
But it's always been a lot more complicated in government due to the intersection of roles, context, legal requirements, public information and privacy rights, and a dynamic environment. This is a real-life case study of the migration from a custom-written, ten year old, single sign-on portal with around 60 applications, to a COTS IAM product. Thirty minutes can't do it justice, but it'll be enough to bring some of the pain.

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CIS13: The Good, The Bad, and the Government: Wrangling Attributes in the State of Texas CIS13: The Good, The Bad, and the Government: Wrangling Attributes in the State of Texas Presentation Transcript