Hi [[ session.user.profile.firstName ]]


  • Date
  • Rating
  • Views
  • More Identity Protection. Fewer Data Breaches.
    More Identity Protection. Fewer Data Breaches.
    Robert Vamosi, Senior Product Marketing Manager, & Val Dobrushkin, Head of Security Compliance, ForgeRock Recorded: Jul 15 2019 30 mins
    In 2018, cybercriminals exposed 2.8 billion consumer data records, costing U.S. organizations over $654 billion according to a new report from ForgeRock. The report covers data breaches affecting customer data only from January 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019. The report can be found in the attachment section of this webinar. While these are a mix of sensitive and non-sensitive sets of data, both are valuable to a criminal who can use a name, birth date, and social security number, along with someone’s email in order to build a synthetic identity used to impersonate someone online. Given this, Personal Identifiable Information (PII) was the leading type of data breach in 2018, at 97 percent. And among cybercriminals, the most frequent attack method used in 2018 was unauthorized access, comprising 34 percent of all data breaches.

    In this webinar, ForgeRock's Robert Vamosi, Senior Product Marketing Manager, and Val Dobrushkin, Head of Security Compliance, will discuss ways in which identity management can help mitigate these types of attacks.

    What you can do:

    •Take advantage of the cloud – Everything is moving to the cloud and so should identity. This includes configurations of infrastructure as a service, platform as a service, and ID as a service

    •Increase trust and reduce fraud – The ability to safely enable sensitive transactions with customers and partners by requiring and enforcing higher levels of security and assurance. Conforming with privacy rules and regulations are also an important component of building trust

    •Leverage existing IAM investments – Few organizations can rip and replace everything. Look instead at augmenting existing investments with modern advanced capabilities
  • Understanding Your Client’s Digital Identity
    Understanding Your Client’s Digital Identity
    Frances Zelazny, BioCatch & Ben Goodman, ForgeRock Recorded: Jun 13 2019 63 mins
    Identity is everything on the internet. Every authentication hurdle online users need to jump through, such as two-factor authentication and passwords, is aimed at one goal – verifying the identity of the user. Digital identity has never been as important as it is now and will only continue to grow in importance as digital transformation takes hold.

    Technologies like behavioral biometrics are emerging to provide authentication in a way that does not disrupt the user experience, but to implement these technologies effectively, requires a strong policy and rule engine that eases the implementation and ramp up.

    Join BioCatch’s Frances Zelazny and ForgeRock’s Ben Goodman, two well-known business strategists in this space as they explore how different technologies and platforms come together to create a full risk-based authentication solution that minimizes friction for users and provides strong security and compliance for enterprises. They will explore how the digital identity landscape has evolved, what current enterprises are doing to fight fraud and what the best practices are in creating a great customer journey across the digital lifecycle.

    In this webinar, viewers can expect to learn:
    •How digital identity has evolved into what it is today – and where it is going
    •How top enterprises are deploying new and emerging technologies and combining different capabilities to manage risk and convenience for the customer
    •The advantages of continuous authentication over traditional static authentication
    •How to easily add and implement new digital identity solutions
  • ForgeRock and Accenture: PSD2 - Just Comply or Truly Compete
    ForgeRock and Accenture: PSD2 - Just Comply or Truly Compete
    Nick Caley, ForgeRock and Hakan Eroglu, Accenture Recorded: May 17 2019 60 mins
    Join our live webinar with Accenture's Hakan Eroglu, Senior Manager – Open Banking Lead Europe and Global Expert, Payments & Digitization, and ForgeRock's Nick Caley, Vice President Financial Services & Regulatory.

    Webinar Overview:
    PSD2 and UK Open Banking regulation – a legal demand or enabler of value-added services via ecosystems and platforms?

    In this webinar we will answer:

    •What market segment has the biggest potential of Open Banking in terms of real value-add for customers and revenue growth – Retail, SMEs, Corporates?
    •How will open APIs change the customer journey and experience in the banking and payments space?
    • How are banks adapting their business and operating models to embrace innovation and generate new revenue streams?
    •What are the roadblocks? API standards, security and data protection?

    Across Europe banks, fintechs, payment processors and card issuers are adapting to the new landscape for payments and customer account data. As you architect and develop PSD2 solutions for customers, take some time to hear from Accenture and ForgeRock experts on how to go beyond the regulation.
  • La réglementation PSD2 par l'exemple
    La réglementation PSD2 par l'exemple
    Leonard Moustacchis, Senior Solution Architect, ForgeRock Recorded: Apr 10 2019 10 mins
    La réglementation PSD2 ne concerne pas que les institutions financières mais aussi toute société proposant un paiement sur son site. Quels sont les avantages ? Projetons nous dans 6 mois lorsque cette réglementation sera en place à travers une simulation concrète.
  • Digital Trust – is Identity the New Perimeter?
    Digital Trust – is Identity the New Perimeter?
    Mary Writz, ForgeRock and Mark Child, IDC Recorded: Mar 14 2019 39 mins
    In today’s digitally transformed world, digital trust is a prerequisite for doing business that is hard to earn but very easy to lose.

    New technologies bring many ramifications from a security perspective. The number of devices and environments to protect continues to grow, complexity increases, but the traditional security perimeter is no longer an option.

    Continuous Innovation drives change in how we think about identifying users and securing systems. In this world, identity becomes the new perimeter for securing digital assets, and can even enable us to infuse continuous risk assessment into authorization decisions. The demands of a friction-free digital experience can certainly make this task more challenging, but there are ways to strategically approach the convergence of Identity, Security and Fraud.

    Mary Writz, ForgeRock and Mark Child, IDC share their view on Digital Trust and Identity as the New Perimeter and go deeper into:

    The importance of organizations approaching identity in the DX era with clear goals and a strategic vision

    The trends that allow for analysing context in order to add more security, on an ongoing basis, to authentication and authorization enforcement points

    Innovative ways to connect identity platforms to a fraud engine and using an identity proxy to redact data based on risk scores
  • Optimising the Online Customer Journey
    Optimising the Online Customer Journey
    BRC / Forgerock Recorded: Feb 13 2019 47 mins
    With our partners at BRC, this webinar will explore how retailers can effectively manage their customers’ identities to optimise the online user journey. Gain an understanding of how and what information you are collecting about your customers online and how you can use this to boost customer loyalty and ultimately growth in your online sales.
  • MultiCloud Deployment For Millions of Identities in Minutes
    MultiCloud Deployment For Millions of Identities in Minutes
    Warren Strange, Engineering Director and Jessica Morrison, VP Product Marketing Recorded: Feb 12 2019 59 mins
    Organizations are under pressure to quickly embrace DevOps and move workloads to the cloud in order to accelerate business growth. According to Gartner by 2020 75% of organizations will have deployed a multi-cloud or hybrid cloud. With this opportunity also comes significant challenges for identity teams including a lack of resources and skill-set to deploy identity across multiple cloud environments. This results in lengthy and expensive deployments. Without an identity platform that can support multi-cloud deployments, whether on AWS, Google, Microsoft Azure, etc. it is difficult for organizations to meet and scale with organizational and customer demand.

    Attend this webinar and live demo to learn how ForgeRock can help offer the fastest and most flexible multi-cloud deployment options by utilizing the power of Kubernetes technology.

    In this webinar with a live demo you will learn:
    •What multi-cloud environments organizations are using today for containerized IAM solutions and how they can meet your business needs

    •How to deploy simple, fast, and repeatable deployments across multiple clouds that avoid vendor lock-in by leveraging Docker and Kubernetes using the ForgeRock Identity Platform

    •What resources and tools are available to quickly get started on your deployment today
  • Solving New Authentication Challenges
    Solving New Authentication Challenges
    Andy Hall, ForgeRock and Martin Kuppinger, KuppingerCole Recorded: Jan 15 2019 58 mins
    In an increasingly hostile world, where you don't know who to trust, companies still need to be able to deliver trusted, personalized experiences for users, without making them jump through hoops to prove who they are.

    Unfortunately, most businesses are making the fundamental mistake when it comes to authentication and are thinking inside-out, but by thinking outside-in, they would automatically put the Customer first. Until now, strong (and not so strong) authentication to services seems to have been driven by an inside-out way of thinking. The institutions think about what works best for them: what fits into their infrastructure; what is the cheapest yet compliant approach? For customers, this means that they must use what their service provider offers to them.

    Companies must also be aware of insider risks and by implementing a Zero Trust approach of ‘never trust, always verify’, they can better secure the access to their assets.

    In this KuppingerCole webinar, we will address the following

    What are the changing requirements for authentication
    How to balance flexibility, adaptiveness and security in Access Management
    How companies can deliver a frictionless and riskless customer experience
  • Reimagining Identity Management
    Reimagining Identity Management
    Husayn Kassai (Onfido), Jeremy Grant (The Better Identity Coalition), Nathan Spanier (Remitly), Neil Chapman (ForgeRock) Recorded: Oct 23 2018 46 mins
    Join this live panel streamed from Money20/20 Vegas where our speakers will discuss:
    -The benefits of a secure digital identity system
    -Where does blockchain come into play?
    -Cutting through the hype: real use cases
    -Reducing risk and mitigating fraud
    -New advancements in biometrics
  • Getting Identity Management Right
    Getting Identity Management Right
    Neil Chapman (ForgeRock), Regina Yulo (BrightTALK) Recorded: Oct 22 2018 24 mins
    Finding the right balance between security and risk is a tough one to manage. Banks and financial services organisations face larger challenges because of their complex legacy systems and the amount of sensitive data they have to deal with.

    Join this session where our identity expert will discuss:
    -What are the key challenges we see in the industry adopting and adapting the technology?
    -How can businesses know when they have got identity management right?
    -What are the barriers to making this happen?
    -How will IoT and AI change how we think about, and manage, identity?
    -How can we make identity an enabler of, rather than a barrier to, innovation?
    -How is Open Banking and PSD2 affecting and impacting the wider industry?

Embed in website or blog