Senior Identity Specialist; Nulli
Alex is an Identity Specialist and Identity and Access Management solutions architect. He helps private and public organizations in many verticals implement complex IAM projects, often involving multi-million users and IoT devices. Alex has been coding software since his teenage years and started in the IAM field over 18 years ago, as a principal engineer and architect at PeopleSoft and Oracle. He has since been evangelizing Graphs for Identity and Security through various talks, events and blogs on the subject.
Thursday, June 27
2:35 - 3:00 pm Monroe
CIAM and IRM, the reality behind the acronyms In our hyper-connected world, Identities are not isolated entities anymore, but are rather actors in a large web of interrelated objects. Identity relationships carry context and meaning that can be used to make decisions about authentication and authorization. Nowhere is this more relevant than in the fields of Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) and Identity Relationship Management (IRM).
This session will provide some background and real-life examples of identity relationships and their application in CIAM and IRM in general - from organizations implementing 360 views of their world-wide client base, and the ensuing authentication and authorization challenges, to IOT manufacturers trying to implement complex Access rules. Through these examples, we will show that an approach that places relationships first is the best way to tackle these problems.
We propose that Graph models are the best way to implement these relationships. We will thus discuss some graph models that we have successfully used to solve these often complex problems at scale.
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