What We Do
Protect, connect, and manage the digital identities of people, devices, and the internet of things (IoT).
We help large organizations secure the identity of anything, build trusted, personalized relationships with their customers, and provide a seamless omnichannel experience.
Why We Do It
We’re out to transform the way organizations approach identity and access management, so they can deliver trusted digital relationships that improve the personalized customer experience, enable the IoT, and ultimately, drive greater value and revenue.
We make it happen with the best commercial open source identity platform for securing anything, anywhere, on any device.
Tim Barber, Vice President of Global Telecoms and Media Industry at MEF Member ForgeRock shares insights into the impact of 5G and identity on “digital native” individuals and companies for whom the online digital world is the only marketplace.
Everyone is by now probably familiar with the concept of ‘Digital Natives’ – a phrase first coined by Mark Prensky in 2001, to describe the generation of people born after the advent of widespread use of digital technology. By contrast, ‘digital immigrants’ – those pre-dating 1985 – are destined to be locked in a struggle to adapt to this new digital world order.
In our 5 minutes with profiles, MEF members talk about their business, their aspirations for the future and the wider mobile industry. This week, Vice President of Global Telecoms and Media Industry Tim Barber introduces ForgeRock.
ForgeRock is the Digital Identity Management company transforming the way organisations interact securely with customers, employees, devices, and things. Organisations adopt the ForgeRock Identity Platform as their digital identity system of record to monetise customer relationships, address stringent regulations for privacy and consent (GDPR, HIPAA, FCC privacy, etc.), and leverage the internet of things.
Seventy-five per cent of smartphone users read privacy policies as industry gets ready to embrace savvy consumers
As businesses get ready for the new General Data Protection Regulation, consumers’ attitudes and behaviours around data driven services appear to be changing as well.
A new type of smartphone user – the ‘Savvy Consumer’ – has been identified in the annual Global Consumer Trust study from Mobile Ecosystem Forum whose report launched today in association with ForgeRock.