Ping Identity, a provider of Identity Defined Security, has announced its upcoming webinars and speaking engagements for the month of May, which will touch on topics ranging from Zero Trust to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in API security.
Enabling your Enterprise with Fast, Agile Customer IAM in the Cloud
14 May; Ping Identity Webinar
Ping’s very own Dustin Maxey, Director of Product Marketing and Zach Collier, Product Manager of Developer Experience will co-present in a webinar on 14 May at 11am MST. The webinar will provide a tour of PingOne for Customers, Ping’s cloud-delivered customer identity platform. Participants will learn how to enable their teams with secure customer IAM, facilitate their transition to the cloud with on-premises coexistence, and model existing identity architecture in the cloud—all while driving positive user experiences. A second session will run on 15 May at 2pm BST for Europe.
Austin API Summit
15 May; Austin, TX
Francois Lascelles, Field CTO will present “Hacker vs AI” on 15 May at 11:10 am CDT. This presentation will explain how traditional API security is not bullet-proof, review recent API vulnerability examples and discuss the role of AI and implicit security in detecting and stopping exploits of these specific vulnerabilities.
KuppingerCole European Identity & Cloud Content
15-16 May; Munich, Germany
On 15 May, Richard Bird, Chief Customer Information Officer will join the panel “Placing Identity at the Centre of Security Designs & Models” at 11am CEST. The panellists will discuss what it means to have identity at the centre of security infrastructure.
At 3:30pm CEST on the same day, Loren Russon, Vice President, Product Development will present “At the Intersection of API Security, Cybersecurity and IAM: the Next Wave of Intelligent Solutions.” This session will focus on some of Ping Identity’s innovative technologies that intersect IAM, API and cybersecurity practices and how modern solutions are leveraging AI and machine learning.
Joe Zanini, Solutions Architect will present “Secure Customer Access: The Role of ML and API Security” on 16 May at 5pm CEST. In his session, Joe will cover the most common types of API attacks, how to secure customer data, how machine learning can defend against API attacks and more.
How to Architect API Security for Zero Trust
30 May; Ping Identity Webinar
Ping Identity’s Baber Amin and Francois Lascelles will co-present on how you can use the principles of Zero Trust in the context of API security on 30 May at 11am MST. The duo will share why API security and Zero Trust are more relevant than ever, best practices to architect API security for Zero Trust, AI based tools that provide visibility for when your APIs are under attack and lastly what you can do to mitigate ongoing and emerging threats against your APIs. A second session will run on 4 June at 2pm BST for Europe.