12.12.2017

Will discuss “Bridging the Protocol Gap on Cloud Identity Projects” at

foremost annual conference dedicated to the business of information security

Optimal IdM, a leading provider of Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions, today announced it will be presenting at InfoSec World 2018 Conference and Expo, March 19-21 at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Jeff Bohren, Chief Software Engineer, Optimal IdM will discuss, “Bridging the Protocol Gap on Cloud Identity Projects” on Mon., March 19 at 3:20 p.m. The breakout session will help attendees learn the origin of protocols and when to use them, best options to use with mobile apps, how to deal with situations outside of specifications and security concerns to consider.

“Bridging the divide between newer authorization and federation protocols, such as OAuth2 and OpenID and connecting to older federation protocols like SAML2 and WS-Federation, presents some unique challenges,” said Bohren. “We will discuss those challenges and look at some practical, real-world solutions.”

Bohren has over 30 years of software development and architecture experience and over 20 years of knowledge in identity management and federation. He served on several OASIS technical committees including SAML, SPML, and DSMLv2. He was the BMC Software representative to OASIS, Project Liberty, and OpenAuthentication.org.

“InfoSec World 2018 brings together practitioners, researchers, and experts at every level to create an interactive forum that helps security professionals learn about the latest advances in cybersecurity and the critical threats facing their organizations,” said Katherine Teitler, Director of Content, MISTI. “We are especially pleased with the content that will be presented at this year’s conference and are proud to have Optimal IdM join our program lineup. The knowledge, experience, and strategies shared will be invaluable to InfoSec World attendees.”

InfoSec World 2018 features expert keynote addresses, stimulating panel discussions and interactive roundtables, hands-on tech labs, as well as informative breakout sessions. Additionally, pre- and post-conference workshops and summits on CISO Leadership, Cloud Security, and Privacy and Risk are scheduled. To top it off, this gathering provides a rare opportunity for information security professionals to network in an intimate yet vibrant setting, with more than 1,000 attendees from a range of industries, professional backgrounds, and countries.

About InfoSec World Conference and Expo

For more than 20 years security professionals have made InfoSec World the “business of security” conference. Produced by MIS Training Institute (MISTI), InfoSec World assembles information security professionals from every industry and field of study, from around the world. For more information on the conference, its detailed agenda as well as logistics, please visit: https://infosecworld.misti.com.

About Optimal IdM

Optimal IdM is a global provider of innovative and affordable identity access management solutions. Optimal IdM partners with clients to provide comprehensive, fully customizable enterprise level solutions that meet the specific security and scalability needs of their organizations. Optimal IdM offers its solutions both on premise and in the cloud as a 100% managed service offering. Customers include Fortune 1000 companies, as well as federal, state and local government agencies all over the world. Founded in 2005, Optimal IdM is privately held and has been profitable in every quarter since inception. Get more information today.

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