DENVER, Colo. — February 14, 2013 — Ping Identity®, The Identity Security Company™, today announced it will demonstrate current and future cloud and mobile identity management solutions at RSA Conference 2013, taking place February 25 – March 1 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
“Cloud and mobile infrastructures have changed the requirements for identity and access management,” said Ping Identity Vice President of Marketing Roger Oberg. “Today identity management must facilitate trusted interactions across application providers and their customers on the web, through APIs and from any device.”
At RSA Conference 2013, Ping Identity will address the identity security challenges and opportunities that come with cloud, mobile and BYOD. The company will showcase how its enterprise identity security solutions span the cloud and the data center to meet enterprise requirements for secure workforce and customer single sign-on to cloud or internal applications from any device.
Join Ping Identity at RSA Conference 2013
See Us on the Show Floor: Stop by the Ping Identity booth (#2148) to explore our solutions for secure mobile access, adaptive federation and cloud single sign-on. Ping Identity product demos will be available during all show floor hours and include:
Ping Identity partners will also be at the booth with five minute chalk talks on how their solutions complement our IAM platform. Sessions include:
Attend Our Speaking Sessions: Ping Identity executives and technology experts will join a number of industry discussions scheduled at the conference. Please join us at the following sessions:
CSA Summit Panel – Mobile Security Insights – Monday, February 25, 10 a.m.
Moscone Center North, Hall E, Room 135
Mobile devices are becoming the primary endpoint device and the preferred method to access the cloud. Ping Identity CTO Patrick Harding joins a panel of experts that will provide an exclusive focus on the security issues related to game-changing mobile technologies.
Emerging Conflicts in Identity –Thursday, February 28, 9:20 a.m.
Moscone Center North, Room 305
BYOD leads us down the path to BYOI—When and how will organizations start leveraging external identities for employees and customers? Ping Identity CEO Andre Durand joins a panel discussion on what conflicts in protocol, security and liability will break out.
Standards-based Secure SSO for Mobile Applications – Friday, March 1, 11 a.m.
Moscone Center North, Room 305
Ping Identity Senior Technical Architect Paul Madsen will summarize the current reality of native application authentication to SaaS apps, present its implications on employee productivity and introduce the concept of a mobile device authorization agent. He will present an emerging industry-defined OAuth-based model for the interactions between the enterprise, SaaS providers, authorization agent and native apps on the employee device.
Hacking OAuth 2.0: Avoiding Security Pitfalls in Your Deployment – Friday, March 1, 11:40 a.m.
Moscone Center North, Room 120
OAuth 2.0 is being adopted by many enterprises and cloud service providers. It introduces a three party model that is new to many architects. In this session, Ping Identity Senior Technical Architect John Bradley will examine how to best use OAuth 2.0’s optional features and avoid common mistakes that have left a number of large deployments open to trivial compromise.
Be an Industry Insider: Join two special Ping Identity Industry Insider breakfast sessions focused on the identity security issues unique to financial services and the public sector.
Secure the Cloud Identity Service as a Foundation Layer
Tuesday, February 26, 7 a.m., Pacific A at the Marriott Marquis
Join your colleagues for breakfast as Ping Identity CTO Patrick Harding leads a discussion on securing and managing distributed identities in the cloud.
NSTIC and the Role of Federated Identity
Wednesday, February 27, 7 a.m., Pacific A at the Marriott Marquis
Join your peers and Ping Identity Senior Technical Architect John Bradley in a lively discussion on the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) goals, progress and how federated identity management fits.
Experience a Ping Party: If you haven’t been to a Ping Party you’re missing out. You never know what might happen, but you’re guaranteed to have a good time.
The Ping Party
Monday, February 25, 9 p.m. to midnight, Temple Nightclub (540 Howard Street)
After the conference is when the conversations really heat up. Join your friends for an “after- hours” party full of fun surprises.
About Ping Identity | The Identity Security Company
Ping Identity believes secure professional and personal identities underlie human progress in a connected world. Our identity and access management platform gives enterprise customers and employees one-click access to any application from any device. Over 900 companies, including 45 of the Fortune 100, rely on our award-winning products to make the digital world a better experience for hundreds of millions of people. Visit pingidentity.com for more information.
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