Critical Success Factors to Achieving Seamless, Secure Identity and Access Management

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Governments and enterprises that provide digital services at scale have a responsibility to their customers and members to protect digital identity, provide uninterrupted access and a seamless, frictionless user experience.

Event Date

11am AWST / 1pm AEST
28th September 2021


Following on from our highly successful webinar in early 2021, this closed online forum will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn from three of Australia’s leading experts in Digital Identity and Access Management as they share their insights on the critical success factors when embarking on a digital identity and access management project.

Warwick Sweeney, Chris Cox and Cameron Locke have been instrumental in the delivery of several digital identity solutions, including population scale whole-of-government solutions at the large end of town, through to not for profit membership bodies that need to enable seamless member access to learning management systems, CRM systems and more.

The scale of your program – who are the people who need to access your digital services, how many of them are there, how frequently will they access and why. The way a large multi-jurisdictional government service handles digital identity and access management could be quite different to that of a state-based membership body.

What will the webinar cover?

The success factors you need to consider when embarking on a Digital Identity and Access Management project such as:

  • Your systems landscape – do you need to access external identity providers?

  • Security

  • Consent

  • Engagement model for people using your platforms and services

  • Deployment topology

  • Identity management model

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Chris Cox

National Identity Lead, Integral

Cameron Locke

Principal Consultant, Integral

Warwick Sweeney

Chief Technology Officer, Integral

EVENT DATE: 11am AWST / 1pm AEST Tuesday 28th September, 2021

Request an invitation today to share in the learnings from projects currently taking place in Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and Canberra.

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