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Radiant Logic, Federated Identity Provider, to Present at Cloud Identity Summit 2014

Radiant Logic:

Saturday, July 19

Kantara initiative: Open Standards Drive Innovation featuring Michel Prompt, CEO, Radiant Logic
Location: De Anza 3
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Sunday, July 20

Federate Identities to Federate Access and SSO
Location: Bonsai 1

  • 1:30 – 2:25: Why Federated Access Needs a Federated Identity
  • 2:30 – 3:25: Creating a Federated Identity Service for Better SSO
  • 3:30 – 4:30: Creating a Federated Identity Service for ABAC and Web Access Management

Presented by:
Matt Tatro, Midwest Director of Sales, Radiant Logic
Denise Lores, Systems Architect, Radiant Logic
Wade Ellery, Director of Sales, Radiant Logic

Tuesday, July 22

Faster Application Deployment by Federating Identities
Location: De Anza 2

  • 10:00 – 10:25: Case Study: Using a Federated Identity Service For Faster Application Deployment
    Presented by Rowland Nicholson, Senior Tech Specialist, Caterpillar
  • 10:30 – 10:55: Faster Application Deployment via RadiantOne’s Federated Identity Service
    Presented by Matt Tatro, Midwest Director of Sales, Radiant Logic
  • 11:00 – 11:30: Why Federated Access Needs a Federated Identity and Identity Virtualization
    Presented by Michel Prompt, CEO, Radiant Logic

About Radiant Logic

As the market leader for a federated identity service based on virtualization, Radiant Logic delivers simple, logical, and standards-based access to all identity within an organization. The RadiantOne federated identity service enables customizable identity views built from disparate data silos, driving critical authentication and authorization decisions for WAM, federation, and cloud deployments. Fortune 1000 companies rely on RadiantOne to deliver quick ROI by reducing administrative effort, simplifying integration, and building a flexible infrastructure to meet changing business demands. For more information please visit Radiant Logic.

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