Kim Cameron

Chief Identity Architect, Distinguished Engineer, Microsoft

Kim Cameron is Chief Architect for Consumer and Enterprise Identity at Microsoft, where he works to create a privacy enhancing Identity Metasystem reaching across technologies, industries, vendors, continents and cultures. Kim joined Microsoft in 1999 when it bought the ZOOMIT Corporation. As VP of Technology at ZOOMIT, he had pioneered metadirectory technology and built widely used backbones for SMTP, X.400, X.500, and PKI. At Microsoft, Kim played a leading role in the evolution and adoption of Active Directory, ADFS, Directory Synchronization, Azure Active Directory and experimental technologies like CardSpace. He is a Microsoft Distinguished Engineer and widely recognized for his work on the Laws of Identity.

Kim’s sessions at Europe 2012

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