Sunday, November 17, 2013

BrightTALK webinar on SiteMinder 12.52 Nov 19

Chris Wraight and Aaron Berman from CA will be presenting the newest SiteMinder release, version 12.52 this Tuesday, November 19th at 12 noon.
"As the dynamics of IT security continue to change, CA Technologies maintains its commitment and investment in the CA SiteMinder family. Following on the heels of the CA SiteMinder 12.51 family release, we are pleased to announce CA SiteMinder r12.52, which will continue to help you manage users’ access and single sign-on via a single, scalable and reliable platform. This webinar will highlight some of the new capabilities including the patent-pending Enhanced Session Assurance with DeviceDNA™, improved federation management, and enhanced OAuth to simplify deployment and reduce implementation times."

Register here to attend

Monday, October 28, 2013

IAM to IRM: The Shift to Identity Relationship Management

Joni Brennan, Executive Director at Kantara Initiative give a BrightTalk presentation this Wednesday, October 30th on the topic of the shift from IAM to IRM, The Shift to Identity Relationship Management.
"IAM is no longer merely identity and access management--it’s IRM: identity relationship management. Successful CIOs will shift their business values to embrace this new reality."
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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Fall, 2013 - Identity and Access Management User Group Meetup scheduled

Our Fall MeetUp has been scheduled for Monday, November 4, 2013. We are still working on the agenda and appreciate any suggestions for topics of interest. We will update the agenda as we start to solidify the topics as well as the location.

Be sure to register and RSVP at our meetup site.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

The Twin Cities Identity and Access Management User Group Vision

A couple of weeks ago we officially launched the TC Identity and Access Management User Group. It combines the previously separated Ping User Group and CA SiteMinder user groups. The Goal of this new group is have a vendor neutral user group where Twin Cities IAM professionals can come together and discuss topics of interest. We hope to follow the model of the Cloud Identity Summit by having a balance of presentations given by industry experts, customer perspective, and of course vendor showcases.

Our meetings will be quarterly and we are pleased that Ping Identity and CA have offered to continue to support the activities of the user group.

Register via the group profile and you will be notified of our meetings. Check back here for recaps of the meetings, and information regarding other events around the twin cities that might be of interest to the local IAM community.