Welcome to the Identity Defined Security Alliance website! We’re excited to make this resource available and hope that you will return and engage often!
The IDSA was founded by Ping Identity, in conjunction with Optiv, as the founding solutions partner. Over the last 6 months we’ve worked together to re-position the alliance as an all-inclusive, industry-driven community where technology vendors, solution providers and customers can contribute to the vision of an identity centric security world. Our mission is to provide thought leadership, customer advocacy, standardized use cases and a technology showcase focused on defining and demonstrating our vision.
As we announced today, there are lots of exciting developments that are reshaping the future of the alliance. You can read today’s press release to get the official word.
In addition to the creation of an executive board and a customer advisory board to provide oversight and guidance for the alliance, today, we publish the initial set of use cases for the community to review, comment and consume. We hope that you will leverage these integration patterns and use cases to create implementation roadmaps, integrate existing technologies to solve today’s problems and create service offerings that help customers realize an identity-centric approach to security. We welcome your feedback on the current set and look to the community to suggest new use cases that address problems organizations are facing today.
We’re just getting started. Join us in our mission to make identity defined security a reality!
IDSA Executive Board
Bryan Wiese (Optiv Security), Brian Bell (Ping Identity), Rick Holden (Netskope), Laura Kirkham (ThreatMetrix), Ashish Jain (VMware), Joe Gottlieb (SailPoint), Adam Bosnian (CyberArk), Mike Desai (SecureAuth)