Thank you to everyone who made our inaugural Sydney Identity Summit a huge success!
In particular we’d like to recognise our Platinum sponsor Accenture, Gold sponsor Deloitte and Silver sponsor Aurionpro for their efforts and support.
Check out a full recap of the Summit on the blog.
Looking for more content on the Unconference, as well as pictures and tweets from our two days in Sydney? We’ve got that for you here!
ForgeRock CEO Mike Ellis kicked off the Sydney Identity Summit with a brief “state-of-the-union” overview of how organisations and governments can leverage identity to build digital trust.
This keynote looks at the societal trends and methods available to identify members of the public as they connect to online services, advising on the issues to be addressed when empowering users but at the same time ensuring consumer data is adequately managed and protected in order to avoid unnecessary risk when exposing services on the Internet.
The DTO has been engaged in a major project to create a genuinely whole of government identity solution for Australia. Consistent with the DTOs mission, we started by talking to consumers to work out what their pain points in interactions with identity solutions were. This is what we learned while doing that.
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. This session outlines a different way of architecting identity and the new identity platform requirements including contextual identity, customer data management, micro-services, privacy and consent, and the IoT.
Sunsuper is one of Australia’s largest and most highly-rated super and retirement businesses, with over 1 million members. With the goal of delivering a superior member experience and increasing member satisfaction, Sunsuper embarked on a transformation program. Hear why identity is a crucial component of their digital strategy and in particular why the ForgeRock identity solutions were selected as part of Sunsuper’s toolkit to deliver a winning member experience.
New Zealand’s privacy laws and public expectations have had a strong influence on the design of government shared authentication and identity management services. This session describes proofs of concept undertaken with User-Managed Access (UMA) and explores some of the challenges as we look to implement shared authorisation and delegation for personal and business users.
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.
Every day millions of people around the world depend on TomTom to make smarter decisions. Best known for being a global leader in navigation and mapping products, TomTom also creates GPS sports watches, as well as state-of-the-art fleet management solutions and industry-leading location-based products. In this session, learn more about the TomTom identity project and how they are creating a better user experience with identity management.
With a higher velocity of threats and fraud impacting IT security professionals, the traditional access management model has been given an end of life notice. Authentication and authorisation are not one time events but continuous and dynamic based on context, events, location etc. This session provides an overview of the ForgeRock continuous security story and why this is important for addressing the new threat landscape.
This panel discusses why identity is a critical element to enabling digital businesses. From architect to analyst, each panelist brings a different perspective on identity and how it can impact the organisation. Moderated by Mike Ellis, CEO of ForgeRock, the discussion focuses on lessons learned as well as how to plan for the future of identity and the impact of IoT.
I’m very inspired, and I hope when I return home, to pick up these things that I’ve learned and seen and do something with them in our business.
The variety of things covered here – there is something for everyone. My notebook are just crammed with notes and “must remember this,” “must go and speak to these people.” By sharing and getting this good stuff out there, we can change the world and make it better.
This is absolutely the best conference I attended this year. It was really packed with good presentations, excellent content, and right on the spot for my needs.