Self-registration and bring-your-own-identity using Tivoli Federated Identity Manager

Let users self-register to simplify on-boarding new users

This demonstration shows how to use Tivoli® Federated Identity Manager to simplify the on-boarding process of end-users into a business enterprise environment by allowing them to self-register and use bring-your-own-identity.

Jenny Wong (jenwong@au1.ibm.com), Staff Software Engineer, IBM

Photo of Jenny WongJenny Wong is a member of the IBM Security Solutions Team within the Australian Development Lab located at Gold Coast, Queensland. She joined IBM in 2009 as an IBM Security IT Specialist. In her time at IBM, she has worked on various IBM Security products including IBM Security Access Manager, IBM Security Identity Manager, IBM Security Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-on, and more. She holds a dual degree in Bachelor of Applied Mathematics and Information Technology from Queensland University of Technology.



29 October 2013

Overview

In this demonstration, learn how to use Tivoli Federated Identity Manager to let new users self-register and use bring-your-own-identity, to make on-boarding end-users into a business enterprise environments simpler.

Identity and Access Intelligence

Identity and access management infrastructures are becoming a major source of security intelligence information. EMA analysts have published a new report that describes the nature of identity and access intelligence and the factors driving this aspect of security evolution. To learn about this aspect of IT security, download and read "Identity and Access Intelligence: Transforming Enterprise Security."

This video shows how to achieve standard self-registration as well as how external website users can easily self-register and authenticate to an enterprise site using popular social network cloud identity providers such as Facebook. The demonstration is intended for security architects, IT architects, and administrators.

See Resources for links to sites mentioned in the video.

For a more detailed look at implementing "Bring Your Own ID, see "Enable bring-your-own-identity authentication" by Chris Hockings and Jenny Wong.

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