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Webinar: Orchestrate IAM with a low code/no code flow designer using IBM Security Verify SaaS

  • 1.  Webinar: Orchestrate IAM with a low code/no code flow designer using IBM Security Verify SaaS

    Posted Tue November 28, 2023 01:30 PM
    Edited by Vivek Shankar Wed January 17, 2024 10:29 AM

    Summary

    IBM Security Verify enabled organizations to simplify how IAM is experienced and configured by orchestrating user journeys, security, and identity modernization. With the newly added flow designer, IBM Security Verify offers a low code/no code experience to quickly and easily deliver business outcomes dependent on IAM. Non-technical stakeholders can now be part of the IAM rollout for organizations.

    • Learn what it means to orchestrate IAM across user journeys, security, and identity modernization 
    • Learn how IBM Security Verify enables organizations to simplify IAM with the flow designer 
    • See the flow designer in action within IBM Security Verify

    Please join us in this on-demand recording. Please share any questions by clicking on the Reply button. If you have not done so already, register to watch here and get your calendar invite.



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    Vivek Shankar
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  • 2.  RE: Webinar: Orchestrate IAM with a low code/no code flow designer using IBM Security Verify SaaS

    Posted Wed January 17, 2024 10:30 AM

    Hi everyone,

    You can watch the on-demand recording here and download the slides here.

    Please share any of your questions below.



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  • 3.  RE: Webinar: Orchestrate IAM with a low code/no code flow designer using IBM Security Verify SaaS

    Posted 5 days ago

    Would you please share exactly how you configured this flow to kick off as part of a "Verify authentication flow" as you mentioned at 32:27 in the video? i have been searching all over and have seen some reference to "combined_login_selection.html", but an example would be helpful.



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    Cable Bushu
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