SGNL @ EIC 2022

SGNL uses a graph directory to provide just-in-time access using human-readable policies. It’s ease and control together, while granting access to sensitive data at the speed modern enterprises require. Learn More

What Ails Enterprise Authorization

Continued advances in authentication technology have made the “identity” part of “identity and access management” more manageable over the years. Access management on the other hand, is still very much a “wild-west” landscape. As enterprises move to a zero-trust network access model, access management is the only way in which attackers can be prevented from gaining unwarranted access to enterprise data. Attackers can include both malicious insiders and those using compromised identities. Numerous organizations have suffered significant financial damage as a result of such unwarranted access from legitimately identified users.

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May 11, 2022
Berlin Congress Center A03-04

About the Speaker

Atul is the CTO of, the leading developer of next generation enterprise authorization solutions. Atul is an enterprise identity expert and the inventor of the Continuous Access Evaluation Protocol (CAEP). He was most recently a software engineer at Google, where his seminal blog post kicked-off the industry-wide movement that culminated in the OpenID Foundation’s Shared Signals and Events (SSE) Framework, and Continuous Access Evaluation Profile draft specifications. He is also a co-chair of the OpenID Foundation’s SSE Working Group. At Google he led the development of the BeyondCorp API, a critical part of Google’s BeyondCorp zero-trust solution. Previously, Atul was a co-founder and the CEO of Trustgenix, a federated identity pioneer that was acquired by HP. Trustgenix contributed to the development of federated identity standards such as SAML 2.0 and the Liberty Alliance Framework.

  • Atul Tulshibagwale, CTO,

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