Chrysalis 2021 is Going Virtual!

3 – 4 November 2021
Via Zoom Events

The pandemic has dramatically changed the business and technology landscape. Most organizations entered a “digital survival” mode as we suddenly experienced a new business reality. Lockdowns, supply chain disruptions, and customer hesitancy have accelerated digital transformation across the globe. We believe that enterprises now have an opportunity to assess lessons learned and how they apply to today’s ecosystems – and use this knowledge to build a new foundation. Enterprises can now solidify their security, identity, and governance foundation to be prepared for a stronger digital future. This is the focus of Chrysalis 2021. As a special incentive in these uncertain times we are offering a full access ticket for all live events and access to the recordings for $199 at the  checkout below.

Here’s what we have planned

There are plenty of conferences for technical executives and professionals around, but our TechVision Chrysalis conference is different.

  • It’s focused on the consumers of technology, not the sellers
  • It is an exclusive gathering with immersive sessions explaining complex topics that matter
  • It provides open access to experts in the emerging digital enterprise
  • It presents independent and unbiased analysis of advances in technology and approach
  • AND delivers pragmatic and practical advice from folks that have “been there and done that”

Frankly, concepts and skills that would take you so much time and money to learn on your own are literally handed to you on a silver platter at this conference. Here’s what we are currently planning to cover during the event.

 

Digital Enterprise Foundation

 

Building a resilient and adaptable digital foundation is increasingly critical to business success. TechVision will describe a capabilities-based Digital Enterprise Reference Architecture and use this model to frame our discussions during the conference. We’ll also review case studies to highlight how large organizations are evolving into truly digital businesses.

Governance

 

Governance in its essence describes “who decides, and by which process something happens.” As the movement to digital business, ecosystems and platforms accelerated in 2020, they created decision-making requirements that can no longer be met by traditional governance practices. Our belief is that as enterprises entered pandemic survival mode, one of the major areas to suffer was governance. The instant shift to hybrid cloud, remote work, and digital-only customer interactions has created a risk profile that no CISO (or CEO) would knowingly accept. Chrysalis will focus on governance in identity and security as a basis for achieving business outcomes. As such, governance will also be reflected throughout the program as we figure out how to incorporate the increasingly complex and regulated relationships between subjects, assets, and resources into a responsive, scalable, yet manageable digital foundation.

Identity Management

 

Identity and Access Management are major areas of coverage at Chrysalis 2021. You can’t govern or manage what you can’t explicitly identify, and the challenges faced in the IAM area are expanding as fast as is the Digital Enterprise.  In fact, the expansion of customer engagement, remote worker access, new digital programs, IoT device proliferation, increased security threats, privacy/data protection legislation, massively increased scale and user experience expectations are creating new Identity-based demands that must be factored into our future state plans.

Topics to be covered include

  • Exploring the future of Identity,
  • Providing a model to help enterprises develop their own IAM reference architecture,
  • A Customer IAM (CIAM) level set and vendor panel,
  • Contextual IAM describing the use of relationship and context data within an IAM service,
  • A panel exploring the disruptive topic of Decentralized Identity,
  • Reviewing IAM standards and integration approaches
  • A panel Identity “legends” who are directly involved in the creation of today’s standards and ecosystems will share their insights, recommendations, and vision.

Authentication and Authorization

 

The Digital Enterprise combined with technology advances and increasingly sophisticated user experience requirements provides the basis for new thinking relative to authentication and authorization. Chrysalis 2021 examines these new models, approaches and enterprise recommendations towards simplifying and offering stronger and increasingly user-friendly future-state authentication and authorization capabilities.  The new digital enterprise and availability of more contextual data at scale is providing new opportunities for innovation and disruption while adding functionality to existing platforms.  This area includes topics such as

  • Passwordless authentication,
  • Multi-factor authentication,
  • Step-up/adaptive authentication,
  • Privileged Access Management (PAM) including JIT PAM and dynamic authorization.

Existing approaches will be evaluated, and new models considered in sessions led by TechVision analysts, industry experts and key vendors.

 

Security and Risk Management

 

As we have been saying for years, Identity is the new Security perimeter. The fluidity in network connections, processing locations, and infrastructure has made this more pronounced since the beginning of 2020. Chrysalis 2021 will focus on where security and risk management need to go as we engage this “new normal”. Topics to be covered include:

  • What Zero Trust really means for large enterprises and how organizations can improve security while paying attention to the user experience.
  • Sharing our comprehensive Security Reference Architecture,
  • Describing and implementing a modern-day risk framework,
  • Leveraging AI/ML and Big data in achieving Zero Trust/Zero Friction security.
  • Shifting to DevSecOps
  • Enhancing User Endpoint Security
  • Five of the strongest “legends” in the security space reflecting on how enterprises should move forward in architecting, investing, building and maintaining their security programs

 Speakers invited to appear

We are lining up a “super star” set of presenters and panelists for this event. The experience and diversity of the speakers  provide business-level support and vision for CXOs and senior IT executives as well as pragmatic architecture and deep technology analysis for in-house architects and subject matter experts. These are the experts that will share their experience and knowledge with the attendees.

Gary Rowe

Gary Rowe

CEO - TechVision Research

Bob Blakley

Bob Blakley

Operating Partner, Team8

Doug Simmons

Doug Simmons

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Lori Robinson

Lori Robinson

VP, Identity and Access Management Product Management, SalesForce

Ian Glazer

Ian Glazer

Senior Vice President, Product Management, Salesforce

Eve Maler

Eve Maler

Chief Technology Officer, ForgeRock

Gerry Gebel

Gerry Gebel

Head of Standards, Strata Identity

Jackson Shaw

Jackson Shaw

Chief Strategy Officer, Clear Skye

Diana Kelley

Diana Kelley

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Dan Blum

Dan Blum

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Sorell Slaymaker

Sorell Slaymaker

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Nick Nikols

Nick Nikols

VP Strategy, Microfocus

Archie Reed

Archie Reed

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

David Goodman

David Goodman

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Katie Curtin-Mestre

Katie Curtin-Mestre

Vice President, CyberArk

Wade Ellery

Wade Ellery

Director of Solutions Architecture; Radiant Logic

Fred Cohen

Fred Cohen

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Paul Mezzera

Paul Mezzera

VP of product and market strategy, Saviynt

Miguel Furtado

Miguel Furtado

Sr. Manager of Identity Engineering at Blue Shield of California

Armin Ebrahimi

Armin Ebrahimi

Head of Distributed Identity, Ping Identity

Nathanael Coffing

Nathanael Coffing

CSO, Cloudentity

Michael Engle

Michael Engle

Head of Strategic Planning, 1Kosmos

Rohan Pinto

Rohan Pinto

Chief Technology Officer, 1Kosmos

Gal Helemski

Gal Helemski

Cofounder & Chief Innovation & Product (CIPO), PlainID

Niraj Gopal

Niraj Gopal

Head of Product Management, Webex Platform, Cisco

Aubrey Turner

Aubrey Turner

Executive Advisor

Gerry Gebel

Gerry Gebel

Head of Standards, Strata Identity

Jenna Morton

Jenna Morton

Identity & Access Manager, Sempra Utilities

Patrick McClory

Patrick McClory

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Jeff Nichols

Jeff Nichols

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

James Monaghan

James Monaghan

Vice President Product, Evernym

Stephen Roberts

Stephen Roberts

Chief Information Security Officer, Honda

Phil Windley

Phil Windley

Former Chair of the Sovrin Foundation

Marc Maiffret

Marc Maiffret

Chief Technology Officer, BeyondTrust

Allan Foster

Allan Foster

VP Community, and OpenAM Engineering, ForgeRock

Andrew Hughes

Andrew Hughes

Director Identity Standards, Ping Identity

Kim Cameron

Kim Cameron

Contributor and Advisor on Digital Identity

Maxwell Krohn

Maxwell Krohn

Head of Security Engineering, Zoom

J. Wolfgang Goerlich

J. Wolfgang Goerlich

Advisory CISO for Cisco Secure

Mike Kiser

Mike Kiser

Strategy and Standards, Office of the CTO, SailPoint

Bernard Harguindeguy

Bernard Harguindeguy

Chief Technology Officer & Sr. VP , Ping Identity

Ankur Patel

Ankur Patel

Principal Program Manager, Microsoft

Chris Owen

Chris Owen

Director of Product Management, Saviynt

Mark Wahl

Mark Wahl

Principal Program Manager for Microsoft identity and Access Management Products and Services, Microsoft

We’re offering a virtual event

We were really looking foward to offering an in-person Chyrsalis. However, the ongoing pandemic made such an event impossible. 

The good news is that the event will happen, and the education and insights attendees were promised will still be delivered.

The bad news is that the richness in engagement and in person networking at a live event cannot be fully replicated online. So, we are working to deploy a virtual platform that is easy for the participants to use and allows interactions as close to live as possible.

Listen to what the 2019 attendees had to say.

View a sample session from our last event

While testimonials are good, first hand experience is better. We have posted a sample of the kind of discussions you can expect when you attend Chrysalis 2021

Registration Is Now Open!

Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to personally interact with some of the best and brightest in Identity and Security. 

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