Covisint CSO to Present at Major Identity Management Conference on Why Identity Management Alone Isn't Enough
(GlobeNewswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) LAS VEGAS, Nov. 30, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Covisint, a Compuware (Nasdaq:CPWR) company, announced that its Chief Security Officer, David Miller, will speak at the Gartner Identity & Access Management Summit on why identity management (IdM) alone isn't enough for today's hyper-connected organizations. Miller will present the case for why a secure cloud engagement platform is required to truly meet customers and business partners on their terms.
"Identity management alone is only one-half of the equation," Miller said. "People today demand secure cloud engagement wherever they are and on whatever device they choose. Businesses ignore this increasingly clear customer- and partner-centric advice at their own peril."
Gartner IAM Summit attendees will learn from Covisint's CSO about:
cloud identity framework methods enabling secure external engagement;
using robust cloud API services to allow third-party deep integrations and development;
identity frameworks enabling broker access to data through hyperlinks, portlets, mash-ups and mobile devices; and, among others,
standard access management tasks involving credential management, authorization and audit.What: Miller's presentation, titled: "Orchestrating External Engagement Through Access Patterns"
Who should attend: Managers, directors and vice presidents of security.
What to expect: At a high level, Miller will discuss businesses' cloud engagement transformation and the impact to customers and business partners. Specifically, he will discuss integration patterns involving hyperlinks, iFrames, portlets, mash-ups, mobile and APIs.
When/where: 1:15 p.m. on Monday, December 3, Gartner IAM Summit, Octavius 12 (Theater Show Floor), Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
For more info or to meet Miller: Visit the Covisint booth (No. S7) at the Gartner IAM Summit and experience Covisint's football-themed "Whole Nine Yards" approach to security.
Covisint identity management services drastically reduce the burden of integrating complex systems, managing multiple IDs and passwords across a wide network of constituents by performing time-consuming administration and reporting tasks while also ensuring compliance. Covisint identity services enable organizations to simply and securely manage digital identities across virtually any combination of internal/external systems and end user groups. Delivered as an on demand set of services, Covisint identity services centralize and automate processes surrounding the exposure, acceptance and monitoring of digital identities across security domains.
Covisint, a Compuware Company
Covisint provides the leading cloud engagement platform for creating and enabling new mission-critical external business processes. Our solutions enable organizations to connect, engage, and collaborate with the critical external audiences that define their success--including customers, business partners and suppliers. Covisint allows its clients to establish a secure, reliable, integrated presence in the cloud, and it provides the kind of engaging information experiences that people everywhere have come to expect. Learn more at www.covisint.com.
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