Secure Cloud Access Reference Architecture Model

Gunnar Peterson, Managing Principal, Arctec Group, Vikas Jain, Dir. Product Mgmt. & Billy Cox, Director Cloud Strategy; Intel
This Intel Cloud Builders webinar focuses on the Secure Cloud Access Reference Architecture. User access security for the cloud means providing consistent enterprise class security across any protocol, device, network, and cloud provider platform. The traditional approach leverages IdM + SAML for app to app SSO- however the heavyweight nature and reality of scaling these technologies to third party cloud provider platforms presents a real glass ceiling to cloud adoption. To achieve an end-to-end "secure client to cloud session" requires adoption of a mix of standards and emerging client side strong authentication technologies managed from a single control point. This session presents a simple use case and reference architecture and layers how each of these standards & technologies can play a role: AuthN: SAML, Open ID, OAuth, Pledge (OTP), AuthZ: XACML, Platform Connectors: IdM & Provisioning, Client & Server: TXT, IPT (Identity Protection).

You will learn: *Maturity and state of cloud access standards *Use cases for cloud access *Intel Cloud Builders Secure Cloud Access Reference Architecture

Gunnar Peterson is a Managing Principal at Arctec Group. Mr. Peterson is an internationally recognized software security expert, frequently published, an Associate Editor for IEEE Security & Privacy Journal on Building Security In, a contributor to the SEI and DHS Build Security In portal on software security, a Visiting Scientist at Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute, and an in-demand speaker at security conferences.

Vikas Jain Director of Product Management at Intel for the Cloud Identity and Security products. Prior to Intel, he has held leadership roles in product management and software development over the last 15 years at a wide-range of technology companies including Oracle, Oblix, Wipro and Infosys.
Mar 17 2011
58 mins
Secure Cloud Access Reference Architecture Model
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