Brian Campbell

Distinguished Engineer; Ping Identity
As a Distinguished Engineer for Ping Identity, Brian aspires to one day know what a Distinguished Engineer actually does for a living. In the meantime, he's tried to make himself useful with little things like designing and building much of PingFederate, the product that put Ping Identity on the map, and developing jose4j, the popularish open source JWT library. When not making himself useful, he attempts to build his legacy by sneaking his name onto arcane documents that very few people will actually ever read, such as identity and security related standards in the IETF and OpenID Foundation. He holds a B.A., magna cum laude, in Computer Science from Amherst College in Massachusetts. Despite spending four years in the state, he has to look up how to spell "Massachusetts" every time he writes it.

Brian's Session:

Thursday, June 27 | 9:30 - 10:00 am
Standards: The Bedrock of Identity

Identiverse is definitely the place to hear and talk about the next wave of standards in the identity space : you hear both how great that stuff will be and the opinions and reasons why it won’t.

— Anonymous