SGNL @ Identity Management Day 2023 Virtual Conference

April 11, 2023 / Virtual

Identity Management Day, started in 2021 and hosted by the Identity Defined Security Alliance and National Cybersecurity Alliance, aims to inform about the dangers of casually or improperly managing and securing digital identities by raising awareness and sharing best practices across the industry.

In its second year, the 2023 Virtual Conference brings together identity and security leaders and practitioners from all over the world to learn and engage. The conference is presented virtually with a full day of sessions featuring leading identity and security experts discussing the role of identity in cybersecurity strategies and how to address the threats facing organizations today. Registration is free!

The conference will be open April 11th 9am ET to 4:30pm ET, giving attendees an opportunity to visit with our exhibitors. The Virtual Conference kicks off at 10am ET.

Speaking Sessions

Open ID Shared Signals, CAEP and RISC: Real World Use Cases
Tue, April 11, 11:00-11:30am PDT
Zero-trust architectures demand better control on sessions that live across distributed cloud services. Open Standards such as OpenID Shared Signals and CAEP are helping companies improve session control by passing asynchronous events between services. This session will discuss real-world use cases drawn from existing and planned implementations of the protocol standards.

Meet with SGNLers

MEET 1:1
Atul Tulshibagwale, Chief Technology Officer
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.