NOVATO, CA, August 06, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Radiant Logic, Inc: First Data Corporation: Modernizing Web SSO with Federated Identity Service
First Data Corporation is building a Federated Identity Service to re-architect and modernize its web SSO infrastructure with an on-premises virtual identity hub. Building a modern directory allows First Data to migrate off an old costly proprietary legacy LDAP, creating a flexible and extremely scalable directory infrastructure designed to meet today's and tomorrow's identity challenges. Presented by Todd Oxford, IAM Architect, First Data Corporation.
Location: Seaport D
Time: 10:25 - 11:10 AM
Sunday, August 12
It's Beer O'Clock at the RadiantOne Federated Identity Pub
Join us for Identity Federation IPA, ABAC to the Future Ale, High-Availability Hefeweizen, and WAM-Bam-Thank-You-Ma'am Lager. The stein is yours to take home, along with a pub t-shirt. Don't miss trivia (with prizes!) and other giveaways at the RadiantOne Federated Identity Pub, see you there!
Location: Solana Beach AB
Time: 6:15 - 8:15 PM
Also, please pay a visit to the Radiant Logic Booth (#119) to hear firsthand exciting company announcements. For additional information or to set-up a pre-briefing or meeting at the conference, please contact:
• Laura Hampton: 719-659-8907
• Karen Carr: 732-758-1100, 101
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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