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In case anyone is interested, I’ll be doing three presentations at the upcoming InfoSec World 2013 conference in Orlando, FL, April 15-17.

This will be the 8th year that I’ve presented at the conference dating all the way back to my first appearance in 1999. The folks at MIS Training Institute that run this event always do a great job so I’m looking forward to yet another interesting event where I’ll, hopefully, get to meet some of you and hear about the latest hacking techniques from the other presenters.

I’ll be presenting the following topics which you can read about in the conference brochure.

  • “Creating an End-to-End Identity Management Architecture”
  • “Federated Identity Management”
  • “How Secure Are We? Identity Management and Social Networking Threats”

By the way, the brochure has different speakers listed for the first session listed above but I’ve been asked to fill in for the original cast.

Hope to see you there!



I’ll be presenting at InfoSec World 2012 in Orlando, which runs April 2-4. My talk will be on the first day at 1:30 on the subject of “Creating an End-to-End Identity Management Architecture” and will cover the following:

• A holistic view of the various components that comprise an enterprise-wide identity and access management infrastructure
• The appropriate role of directories, metadirectories and virtual directories – what they reasonably can and cannot do
• The elements of an automated account provisioning/de-provisioning system
• How role management can help you get a better handle on identities
• Lessons learned and best practices of identity management

I’ve been attended and presented at this conference numerous times over the past decade and found it always to be one of the best of its kind. If you can make it down to Orlando, please stop by and say “hi.”