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This is Identity, Unlocked with host Vittorio Bertocci. Identity, Unlocked is the podcast that discusses identity specs and trends from a developer perspective. Identity, Unlocked is powered by Auth0.
Vittorio Bertocci is Principal Architect at Auth0 and applies his vast knowledge of the identity industry to Auth0 in all aspects of the company, including internal and external education, product innovation, and customer integration.
Prior to Auth0, Bertocci spent 17 years at Microsoft, where he worked on the Azure Active Directory team and focused largely on improving the developer experience. As a published author of four identity books and a highly-trafficked blog: cloudidentity.com, his forward-thinking commentary has enabled him to speak at conferences, such as Identiverse, BUILD, PDC, TechEd, Cloud Identity Summit, and many other industry events around the world.
Daniel Fett on privacy-preserving measures and SD-JWT
In this episode, Dr. Daniel Fett, expert cryptographer, returns to the show to discuss the landscape of privacy-preserving measures (such as selective disclosure, zero-knowledge proofs or ZKP, etc.) that are emerging to augment existing technologies and enable new scenarios. The discussion gets very concrete when Daniel describes selective disclosure JWT, or SD-JWT, a new IETF specification he is coauthoring that offers a simple and easy-to-adopt approach to produce JWTs capable of supporting selective disclosure. Here at Identity, Unlocked, we are huge fans of this new specification, and we hope this episode will help you get started!
SAML with Joni Brennan, Paul Madsen and Prateek Mishra
In this episode, Prateek, Paul, and Joni bring us back to a time in which single sign-on across domains on the web was a brand new problem. With the confidence (and the passion!) of the people who were there and made things happen, the guests take Vittorio and the listeners on a whirlwind tour touching on the technical and political challenges they had to overcome to bring SAML to life and make it the ubiquitous success it is today. From the basics of how the SAML protocol works to the entities and standard bodies that developed it, the discussion eventually reaches modern times and concludes on how in a world where old and new standards coexist, OpenID Connect picked up the innovation torch from SAML.
Windows CardSpace with Stuart Kwan
On the second episode of the 4th season of Identity Unlocked, host Vittorio Bertocci, Principal Architect at Auth0, is joined by Stuart Kwan, Partner Product Manager in the Azure Active Directory team. He joins the show to discuss Windows CardSpace, how it ignited the user centric identity revolution and how it influenced so much of what we do today, despite failing to be adopted. Like this episode? Be sure to leave a five-star review and share Identity, Unlocked with your community! You can connect with Vittorio on Twitter at @vibronet, Stuart at @stuartkwan, and Auth0 at @auth0.
FIDO Multi Device Credentials with Andrew Shikiar and Tim Cappalli
On the first episode of the 4th season of Identity Unlocked, host Vittorio Bertocci, Principal Architect at Auth0, is joined by Andrew Shikiar, Executive Director & CMO, FIDO Alliance, and Tim Cappalli, Digital Identity Standards Architect at Microsoft. Vittorio, Andrew and Tim discuss the new FIDO multi device credentials, commonly known as passkey, a new FIDO feature that are an alternative to passwords in consumer grade applications.
The Mobile Driving License Spec with Andrew Hughes
In this episode, we discussed the mobile driving license, an ISO standard that has the potential to have a direct impact on the daily life of everyone. And to do that, I enlisted my old friend Andrew Hughes, director of Identity Standards and Pink Identity historical figure in the identity industry
OpenID Connect with Mike Jones
True Identity Mastery
Vittorio is a true master of identity. The conversations on this podcast are informative and quite fun. I love the blend of education and history - plus stories of where it all came from.
If identity is your niche, this is it!
Technology is a very broad area, in 2017 the specialty sector caught my attention. After moving from Network Architecture to the area of identity slowly but surely I’ve been finding my way in. This podcast is a must! from the best!
Great unique podcast
I love the focus that this podcast takes on Identity specs from a developer perspective. Jim M.