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2019 | As the World Turns: Real-World Identity Relationships Driving Data Decisioning | Identiverse | Day 1, June 25

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A massive new identity system-of-systems is emerging. Billions of previously isolated devices and cloud-native microservices are joining this digital ecosystem to serve organizations and individuals. In the meantime, many relationships in the real world can change in an instant, from device/user pairings and unpairings to business contract formations to marriages and divorces. Business decisions need to be made in near-real-time about everything: not just authorized access but consented data sharing, customer relationship management, access delegation, and more. As real-world relationships change and information generation rises, a crisis of security, privacy, and trust has emerged. What’s missing in this new digital world? Tackling these business decisions with a new class of dynamic decision capabilities. For example, if an individual sets up sharing of a variety of health and fitness wearable data with her spouse, how can she, and the company managing her healthcare payment benefits, ensure that a divorce doesn’t leave any loose data ends dangling? It’s achievable with User-Managed Access (UMA) and Identity Relationship Management (IRM). Join this session to see firsthand how to enable more intelligent, secure, and privacy-respecting access decisions for all connected people, services, and things.

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2019 | As the World Turns: Real-World Identity Relationships Driving Data Decisioning | Identiverse | Day 1, June 25

  1. 1. ® AS THE WORLD TURNS: Real-World Identity Relationships Driving Data Decisioning ASHLEY STEVENSON | VP PRODUCT & SOLUTION MARKETING | @IOTIRM EVE MALER | VP INNOVATION & EMERGING TECHNOLOGY | @XMLGRRL
  2. 2. employees partners customers mobile microservices IoT/edge enterprise customer relational
  3. 3. ® Modern Identity Has Many Drivers Protection PaymentPersonalization
  4. 4. Decision-Making Must Respond In Kind Input signals More continuous More adaptive Sources more varied Protected resources Data for output Data for input Devices for control Permitted actions Finer grained More tied to value Consent controlled Policies Externalizable logic Evaluable at the edge Human-specifiable
  5. 5. ® 5 ScottBarb Healthcare Use Case
  6. 6. ® VID – BarbView Resources; Nothing Shared 6 Barb
  7. 7. ® VID – Scott AuthN 7 Scott
  8. 8. ® VID – Barb views RELSTab 8 Barb
  9. 9. ® VID – Barb Searches for Scott 9 Barb
  10. 10. ® VID – Barb Chooses and Confirms Scott 10 Barb
  11. 11. ® VID – Scott confirms he can see resources 11 Scott
  12. 12. ® • Enables sharing of device data and device control with third parties • The user can grant access before or after access attempts • An authorization engine can do the heavy lifting while not aggregating or seeing resources • Service providers can automate data partner ecosystems 12 Client Resource servers Requesting party Resource owner Authorization server User-Managed Access Brings Automation and Asynchronicity to Consent
  13. 13. ® 13 An Identity Graph Brings Scale and Abstraction to Decisioning
  14. 14. ® VID – Barb explores Graph RELS 14 Barb
  15. 15. ® VID – Barb removes Scott as Spouse 15 Barb
  16. 16. ® VID – Scott can no longer see shared resources 16 Scott
  17. 17. ® VID – Barb reviews changes in graph 17 Barb
  18. 18. ® 18 Barb Automotive Use Case
  19. 19. ® VID – Barb AuthN to vehicle 19 Barb
  20. 20. ® VID – Bfree AuthN to Insurance Console 20
  21. 21. ® VID –Vehicle Privacy Screen – Move Sliders 21 Barb
  22. 22. UMA Benefits for Service Providers 22 22 True secure delegation; no password sharing Scale permissioning through self-service Resources accessed from distributed locations Foster compliance through standards control transparency protection
  23. 23. 23 23 Choice in sharing with other parties Convenient sharing/approval with no outside influence Centralizable monitoring and management Control of who/what/how at a fine grain UMA Benefits for Consumers
  24. 24. ® 24 Driving Trusted Relationships Dynamically, at Scale
  25. 25. ® Thank You! Questions? ASHLEY STEVENSON | VP PRODUCT & SOLUTION MARKETING | @IOTIRM EVE MALER | VP INNOVATION & EMERGING TECHNOLOGY | @XMLGRRL

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