Identity and Access Management News
Using the IdRamp platform, military and private security organizations can lower barriers to adoption of the mandatory zero trust federal security strategy
IdRamp CEO, Mike Vesey spoke about a critical security issue and one of the most exciting concepts emerging out of the world of FIDO adoption — Decentralized Identity.
IdRamp at Authenticate 2022 with CEO Mike Vesey, “A Masterclass in Decentralized Identity Networks, verifiable credentials, and zero trust ID orchestration: Learn how to establish trust through online verification and distributed authentication.”
IdRamp, market leader in providing rapid deployment of Zero Trust authentication and access control with their no-code platform, is happy to announce their participation at the 2022 Identity Week conference in Washington D.C.
Mike Vesey, CEO of IdRamp will describe how the military and private secretary organizations can lower barriers to adoption of the mandatory zero trust federal security strategy with easy to deploy identity orchestration.
Mike and Heather will discuss how open source development is going beyond the theoretical and can now be used for actual commercial deployment of verifiable credentials at scale.
Password-based authentication has been used for so long, that it’s hard to imagine life without it. This method is preferred for its simplicity and practicality, but is it as safe as we think?
There is no one cloud to rule all applications. Most of us operate with multi-cloud environments. But it takes careful planning and architecture to avoid a Babel of cloud applications and vendors creating chaos, expense, and risk — particularly when it comes to digital identity and access management.
IdRamp uniquely complements Trust Stamp’s own Biometric MFA and custom end-to-end identity workflow solutions with a platform that enables frictionless migration between identity providers.
On this week’s State of Identity, host Cameron D’Ambrosi welcomes Mike Vesey, CEO at IdRamp for an action-packed discussion surrounding zero-trust frameworks, identity orchestration, and interoperability.