2nd European Identity Conference
22.04. – 25.04.2008, Munich


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Implementing Identity Management at BASF23.04.2008 10:30-11:30
Implementing Identity Management at BASF

Dr. Holger Petersen, BASF

Implementing Identity Management in a large organization is a challenge. Processes and workflows need to be adjusted or redefined, many applications with their own proprietary identity management need to be consolidated. Rapidly changing compliance requirements create increasing pressure on audit and reporting capabilities on organizations. A future-proof identity management architecture therefore is essential to support business goals and to reduce risk. Dr. Holger Petersen has been…

User Centric Identity23.04.2008 11:30-12:30
CardSpace Business Models: Value Added Identity – Creating Business Cases by Loyalty Applications

Stefan Bamberg, fun communications GmbH

User Centric Identities are certainly nice to have. But the question remains how to create a business cases around the exciting new technologies currently emerging. Bringing the very idea of good old fashioned customer loyalty cards to the web might be a promising way to create benefits for ID holders, issuers and acceptance partners alike. Technologies like Microsoft CardSpace (TM) or the OpenID framework can not only serve as a reliable means of authentication and authorisation, but can…

OSIS Interopability Showcase

Johannes Ernst, NetMesh

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