The London Identity Summit was a great success! Thank you to all who contributed to a great sessions and discussions about identity. In particular we’d like to recognize our featured partner Accenture and our sponsors Verizon, KCOM, IS4U, PWC, AurionPro, Identity Methods, Capgemini, and Deloitte for their efforts and support.
ForgeRock CEO Mike Ellis kicked off the London Identity Summit with a brief “state-of-the-union” overview of how organisations and governments can leverage identity to build digital trust.
Pearson, the world’s leading learning company, has significantly shifted its structure and focus over the last two years to strengthen its position as the leading force in global education.
The benefits of this work are beginning to be felt, as the company becomes more digital and more capable of improving education in the world’s great developing economies. In this interview session, Albert Hitchcock, Pearson’s Chief Technology and Operations Officer, discusses with Mike Ellis, CEO of ForgeRock, Pearson’s digital transformation and shift to a platform ecosystem for its learning services and for eCommerce, marketing and digital identity.
Phil Fearnley heads up myBBC and the BBC homepage. myBBC is a 3 year programme to transform the BBC’s relationship with it’s audience. By knowing more about the BBC’s users they can deliver more of what their audience love. BBC ID is at the core of myBBC as without it, no genuine personalised services would be possible to deliver. Phil describes the myBBC story so far on this huge digital transformation project.
In this session, Robert leads an interactive discussion on digital identity and its impact on business strategy. The quest for the digital customer is driving technology change across the enterprise. Gartner predicts that by 2017, CMOs will outspend CIOs on technology.
The panel discusses the partnership between marketing and IT that is required to design a meaningful digital customer experience, the technologies that are propelling digital change and the challenge of meeting the evolving requirements of the digital customer at business speed.
The demands of digital business are driving the need for a different type of identity platform. One architected for not only securing the online experience, but also to enrich it. In this session, Daniel outlines a different way of architecting identity and the new requirements an identity platform must address including contextual identity, customer data management, micro-services, privacy and consent, and the IoT.
This session also provides an update on the ForgeRock platform and our vision for the future.
Consumers are often bombarded with opt-in “requests” to share their personal data, losing trust as they assent. In this session, Eve Maler, shares insights and lessons learned from active PoCs that require a new generation of privacy and consent.
Learn how UMA can be applied to authorisation, consent, and delegation scenarios across a wide variety of sectors, and how the ForgeRock Identity Platform is delivering a practical UMA solution today.
This panel discusses why identity is a critical element to enabling digital business. Each panelist brings a different perspective on how they have implemented identity to drive change across their organization.
The conversation focuses on lessons learned as well as how to plan for the future of identity and the impact of IoT.
Learn about the challenges that online retailer “Band Materials” faces as the business grows and the external customer base increases to internet scale. What steps can the management take to transform their customer identity landscape? This backstage tour covers the live deployment and configuration of components within the ForgeRock Identity Platform.
The session includes an interactive discussion, and features:
– Single View of the Customer
– Social media registration
– Multi-Factor Single Sign On
– Consent driven sharing
– IoT integration
Leave the tour with a good understanding of how to deploy large scale digital identity projects and where you should start.
What does your identity say about you? In the digital world we can try and control the way the world sees us, but what we can’t control is how much trust people put in that narrative. Kate Russell will explore the essential role of privacy and consent in a world where consumers are increasingly tech-savvy, and technology becomes ever more invasive. Drawing on insights from the day’s business and technology speakers, she will explore the evolution of online trust. Kate has over 20 years’ experience in technology and is a respected journalist, author and reporter for BBC Click.