Speakers from NIST, CSC and ASEC lead government identity initiatives track at July 18 Cloud Identity Summit

By: Steve Tuesday July 10, 2012 0 comments Tags: Ping Identity

DENVER - Ping Identity announced speakers and topics for the government identity initiatives track to be held July 18 at the 2012 Cloud Identity Summit.

The 90-minute government identity initiatives track will begin at 11 a.m. and be moderated by John Bradley, Ping Identity senior technical architect. The 2012 Cloud Identity Summit will be held at the Cascade Resort in Vail.

The government identity initiatives track will include:

Identity in the Cloud: Improving Trust via Public-Private Partnerships--Speaker is Jeremy Grant, senior executive advisor, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST);

The Crisis of Trust and Individual Identity: How Convenience, Choice, Privacy and Government Can Catalyze Change--Speaker is Christoph Wiesinger, principal business architect, Border and Immigration Solutions Center of Excellence (CSC);

Identity and Access Management: Why Tokens Matter - Speakers are Keith Denson, CTO; Steve Lewis, IAM architect; and Tony Paper, senior security architect, Advanced Systems Engineering Corp. (ASEC).

For more information, visit www.pingidentity.com.



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