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2018 Identity and Access Management Forum

Tuesday, September 11, 2018 - 7:30AM-12PM EDT
Venue Address: 
Renaissance Washington DC Hotel
999 9th Street
Washington , DC 20001
Tuesday, September 11, 2018 - 7:30AM-12PM EDT
2018-09-11 07:30:00 2018-09-11 12:00:00 America/New_York 2018 Identity and Access Management Forum See more details at: Renaissance Washington DC Hotel, 999 9th Street, Washington , DC
Venue Address: 
Renaissance Washington DC Hotel
999 9th Street
Washington , DC 20001
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Event Details


Authenticating the Digital Identity

Renaissance Washington DC Hotel

999 9th Street

Washington, DC 20001


This Event is Eligible for 4 Continuous Learning Points (CLPs)

Identity and Access Management is key and crucial to managing the roles and access privileges of individual network users through a digital ID that has to be maintained, modified and monitored throughout what many call “the access lifecycle”.  This entire process is inextricably linked to the security and productivity of an organization to protect their digital assets and enhance business productivity.  Whether it be an individual digital user or a federation of shared digital IDs, the model must be established to include identified and trusted partners. 

Identity, credentialing and access management (ICAM) is inherently challenging. Applications in systems are likely to have their own ID data store and authentication schemes.  In addition, Centralized operations present a risk where hackers attempt to target access to extensive privileges and access to many resources.

Keynote Speaker:

  • Tony ScottChief Executive Officer, Tony Scott Group and former Federal CIO
  • Combiz Richard Abdolrahimi, Esq., Global Emerging Technology & Innovation Strategy Manager, Deloitte, & Former Senior Policy Advisor, U.S. Department of the Treasury
  • Sarah ChuSenior Associate,  Easy Dynamics
  • Patrick Eager, DHS HSPD-12 Enterprise Program Manager, Deputy Director, Enterprise Security Services Division (ESSD), Office of the Chief Security Officer, Department of Homeland Security (invited)
  • Hildegard FerraioloSenior Computer Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • Sean FrazierAdvisory CISO,  Federal, Duo Security
  • Todd Johnson, ICAM Professional, US Department of Treasury 
  • Naomi MillerProgram Manager, Office of Financial Innovation and Transformation, US Department of Treasury 
  • Christine Owen, Senior Analyst, Oasys International Corporation
  • Charles Santangelo, DNI, Government Chair of ICAM Special Project
  • James Sheire, Director of the Federal Identity, Credential, and Access Management Office, General Services Administration
  • Pradheep Sampath, Vice President of Product,
  • Stacy StevensUnit Chief, Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Terry McBrideBooz Allen Hamilton, Industry Chair of ICAM Special Project
  • Christopher Yaw, Senior Solutions Architect, Northrop Grumman Technology Services
  • Siegfred Young, President of Appian Logic and Architect for the DHS Enterprise Identity Management Program, Department of Homeland Security (invited)
  • Aleksandar ZelenovicStrategy and Consulting Practice Lead, Sapient Consulting, Public Sector


The Identity and Access Management Forum will present:

  • Research, findings, and analysis of the ACT-IAC ICAM special project report and outcomes
  • Case examples of successful ICAM applications in federal and state government
  • Challenges and barriers to ICAM solutions
  • Latest cybersecurity threats
  • New tools and technologies being used to protect identity and access
  • Gaps in collaboration as to what information is not shared and how that could be changed


Objectives and Benefits to Attendees:

  • Learn about new innovative solutions and tools that are being used in Identity and Access Management
  • Obtain an understanding of a roadmap providing steps from where you are today to the evaluation and implementation of an ICAM system
  • Understand the goals, needs, barriers, objectives, and funding requirements from the government
  • Obtain knowledge of current NIST and GSA regulations, policies, biometrics, and standards
  • Understand what the new Administration is supporting as it relates to ICAM
  • Learn about risks to existing systems and structures
  • Obtain an update on ICAM research, case example studies, and outcomes


    Training Fees:

    • Government: $0
    • Industry - Member: $250
    • Industry - Nonmember: $400


    Chief Executive Officer, Tony Scott Group and former Federal CIO