Hello Security practitioners! As CA World ’17 fast approaches, excitement is building. We’re in for a leading-edge conference that’s all about removing barriers between your ideas and your desired business outcomes. Luminaries will share fresh perspectives and show the powerful features of CA Security solutions.
This year, CA Services has several sessions during pre-conference education (November 13 & 14). If you are attending, plan ahead to get into your preferred seats; demand is high, and they fill up quickly. Below is a preview of some hot topics I recommend throughout #CAWorld (including a couple where I will be speaking), and again, we will keep the dialogue flowing before, during and after, so If you would like assistance in setting up a meeting with a CA representative at CA World, feel free to contact aubge01 email@example.com.
Precon Ed: That’s Not Your Cookie: A CA SSO Hardening Guide
CA Single Sign-On offers capabilities to secure your SSO session and increase the security of your SSO environment. When the solution is properly configured, you can reduce the attack surface of your environment and implement multiple layers of security.
Speaker: Jason Wilcox Jason_Wilcox
Precon Ed: Building Mobile Apps with Improved Security and Better User Experience (LAB)
Learn how to build mobile applications with embedded security in hours with CA Rapid App Security. Add frictionless access to mobile applications and combine it with contextual authentication to provide higher security and improved user experience. Learn how to make it easier for developers and more secure for customers to do business with your organization through your mobile apps. Take advantage of advanced security capabilities and an API-based framework to unlock efficiencies.
Speakers: Jayesh Kalro kalja01 Faiz Usmani usmfa02
Precon Ed: Migrating from ODSEE to CA Directory (LAB)
Is your organization running ODSEE? Worried about its looming end of life? Learn how to migrate off this product to CA Directory in a controlled, phased way. You will gain increased scalability, reliability and performance using less hardware.
Speaker: Ron Lindberg
Precon Ed: Performance Testing Your CA Security Environment with CA BlazeMeter® (LAB)
Your CA identity solutions are critical infrastructure components that must perform at peak capability. With CA BlazeMeter® you have an industry-leading performance testing and evaluation solution with the flexibility to test CA Security solution performance and individual solution components. This session walks you through building and executing test cases for CA Directory, CA Single Sign-On, and CA Identity Manager. We will discuss performance testing with CA BlazeMeter® and using CA BlazeMeter® in your everyday performance management plan.
Speaker: Jason Wilcox
Keynote: Making Security a Competitive Advantage
As every business becomes a modern software factory, every user experience will depend on a user interacting with an application. Transforming the business means bridging the gap between security and DevOps and making the user experience frictionless to make security a competitive advantage. Mo Rosen and Sam King will share the CA formula for securing the modern software factory and innovations that build trust between users and applications.
CA Identity Suite Launch and Roadmap
Success in the application economy demands new levels of user engagement, increased protection against breaches and increased insight into effective operation of identity management services. CA Identity Suite has introduced major new capabilities to meet these challenges while simplifying management of user identities. This session will review the CA Identity Suite roadmap and strategy and discuss how these solutions can provide an outstanding user experience, governance of privileged users and dramatically simpler deployment of identity services.
If you aren’t going to CA World, but would like information about one of the below topics, please contact Jerry.Aubel@ca.com.
For more information, check out the #CASERVICES Security . Have a question, comment, or post request? Feel free to post in the comments section of this post.