KPMG at Identiverse 2019
KPMG at Identiverse 2019
EVENT

June 25-28

KPMG at Identiverse 2019

Washington Hilton | Washington, DC

  • Overview
  • Speaking sessions

Overview

KPMG is proud to be a platinum sponsor of Identiverse 2019

Join KPMG at the 10th annual Identiverse, the Identity Industry Event, on June 25-29 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC. More than 2,000 identity security leaders and professionals from leading companies and government entities are expected to attend to discuss new opportunities the digital economy presents and its foundations in identity security. 

At Identiverse you’ll learn about best practices, new tools and enhanced methodologies to leverage identity to create secure and seamless experiences for your customers. 

Connect with KPMG at four discussions on championing the digital economy, including cyber defense, web session management, monetizing consent and enhanced access management capabilities. 

Bring the entire family 

Identiverse offers plenty of opportunities to network and socialize with colleagues, leaders, and industry peers at daily breakfasts and lunches, a military bootcamp hosted by Navy SEALS, and evening receptions. Make sure to bring the family and enjoy an exciting agenda of activities, sightseeing and family events, such as a hotel pool party. 

Visit the Identiverse 2019 website to register.

Speaking sessions

KPMG presents: Consent as a new currency


Tuesday, June 25, 2019 | 1:30 p.m.-1:55 p.m.

Speakers: 

Shekar Jha, Specialist Director, Cyber Security Services  

Orson Lucas, Managing Director, Cyber Security Services 

With the significant increase in the oversight on how companies share data, the need to have a mature consent lifecycle across customers, business partners and employees has grown significantly. At the same time, this maturity enables development of new business models to enable a company and its users to monetize the consent. This session will explore the various aspects of this new opportunity.

KPMG presents: API integration with OAuth and traditional web session management


Tuesday, June 25, 2019 | 9:15 a.m.-10:05 a.m.

Speakers: 

Subhodeep Ghosh, Lead Specialist, Cyber Security Services 

Lav Kapoor, Specialist Director, Cyber Security Services 

Web applications have moved on from a traditional web protection and authorization model. Modern web applications present a few challenges for authentication that are difficult to solve using conventional methods. Modern web applications often deploy in an AJAX / Single Page Application (SPA) model and leverage a complex combination of microservices APIs and standard web URL calls. The integration of traditional web sessions with OAuth tokens introduces a number of functional disconnects with respect to centralized session management, OAuth JWT token management, error handling, logout handling, and cross-origin resource sharing (CORS). This session will delve into the functional models and demonstrate some of the common failures that can arise. With examples using PingFederate and PingAccess, KPMG will provide some leading practices for the creation and integration of modern web application components into a secure infrastructure.

KPMG presents: Triggering identity events for cyber defense


Tuesday, June 25, 2019 | 5:10 p.m.-5:35 p.m.

Speaker:

Erik Kuhrman, Director, Advisory Information Technology and Cyber Security 

This session will cover case study and leading practices for leveraging event driven deployment models, rule bases and asynchronous publish/subscribe end-to-end service to service architecture to trigger IAM events in the context of Security Incident Response (SIR) and/or Threat and Vulnerability Risk Management scenarios. The real time, event driven revocation of access to high risk assets potentially provides a more immediate defensive capability of “ring fencing” one or more Enterprise assets that are affected by exploitable vulnerabilities or during significant security incidents that require a quarantine or quarantine-like capability.

KPMG presents: Zero-knowledge proofs – privacy-preserving authentication 


Tuesday, June 25, 2019 | 5:10 p.m.-5:35 p.m.

Speakers: 

Karla Clarke, Manager, Cyber Security Services 

Rajan Behal, Managing Director, Cybersecurity, Risk Management, Compliance & Privacy

This session will cover case study and leading practices for leveraging event driven deployment models, rule bases and asynchronous publish/subscribe end-to-end service to service architecture to trigger IAM events in the context of Security Incident Response (SIR) and/or Threat and Vulnerability Risk Management scenarios. The real time, event driven revocation of access to high risk assets potentially provides a more immediate defensive capability of “ring fencing” one or more Enterprise assets that are affected by exploitable vulnerabilities or during significant security incidents that require a quarantine or quarantine-like capability.

KPMG presents: WAM modernization - migrate to automation and self-service


Thursday, June 27, 2019 | 10:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. 

Speaker: 

Kevin Shanley, Director, Cyber Security Services 

In this master class, we will demonstrate how the KPMG Access Management Orchestration Suite (KAMOS) supports modernizing your access management capabilities, including migrating applications from a legacy web access management (WAM) providers, converting policies into an automated framework, and finally graduating into a distributed, self-service solution. Join us on the journey modernizing from legacy WAM and a legacy way of doing business to the next generation approach to web access management.

Visit the Identiverse 2019 website to register.