Identity: The Key to Modernization and Unlocking Innovation

EMEA - Nov 26 - 2pm GMT
ANZ - Nov 26 - 11am AEST

What You'll Learn

Financial institutions have evolved into technology companies. But as new infrastructure and application deployment methods accelerate towards mobile and cloud, managing technical debt and legacy applications is still a day-to-day reality. While it’s generally safe to shift lower risk assets to the cloud, thanks to escalating demands for data privacy, business security and regulatory compliance, mission-critical infrastructure will remain on-premise well into the foreseeable future. These layers of old and new technology need stronger integration to meet the speed and agility your customers demand, whether they be retail consumer, high-net worth individuals or investors.

Are you ready to capitalize on a “hybrid by design” strategy, unlock innovation, and take the lead? Start with modernizing identity control and security—make it the core of your hybrid IT enterprise. Modern identity and access management (IAM) enables seamless customer experiences, more productive employees, and stronger integration with trusted partners. And there’s no need for a “big bang” approach; coexistence and phased implementation quickly onboards new and modern resources like mobile apps, APIs, and single page apps without leaving legacy systems behind.

Are you curious about the role of identity in a modern financial enterprise? Perhaps you’re looking to accomplish zero trust security posture, passwordless login, self-service app integration, customer data privacy, or secure APIs? Join one of your peers, Richard Bird, the former Global Head of Identity for JP Morgan Chase’s consumer businesses, to hear how modernizing identity can strengthen security, accelerate digital transformation, and be the engine for innovation at your enterprise.


Richard Bird

Chief Customer Information Officer - Ping Identity

Baber Amin

Field CTO - Ping Identity

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