The Future of Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM)

Fastly + Okta combine identity management and application security via continuous authentication

What if you could combine a seamless user experience with application security? Okta and Fastly have reimagined customer identity and access management (CIAM), combining solutions to protect your users’ identities without adding friction.

Our next-gen web application firewall (WAF) integrates with Okta’s Risk Ecosystem API, creating a secure, seamless digital identity layer. The continuous risk assessment model correlates suspicious IP addresses with end-user accounts — this empowers security teams to assess user risk and block attacks in real-time.

Join us to learn:
  • What is continuous authentication?
  • How to identify risk signals and analyze attack data
  • How to block identity-level threats like account takeover (ATO)



Swaroop Sham - Product Marketing Manager at Okta

Swaroop is a product marketing manager focusing on customer identity, authentication, authorization, MFA, and security architectures. He previously worked at Sift Science, Proofpoint, FireEye, and F5. Swaroop has a Master's and Bachelor's degree in computer science.


Julie Rockett - Director of Product Marketing at Fastly

Julie leads the security product marketing team at Fastly, focusing on next-gen WAF, DDoS mitigation, bot protection, and TLS. She has over 10 years of experience in the security industry spanning startups to large, global enterprises.


Tom Chang - Director of Global Technology Partnerships at Fastly

Tom Chang leads Technology Alliances at Fastly. Throughout his career, Tom has managed high-performing sales engineering and services teams across a wide range of software companies including Facebook, MobileIron, and Symantec.

Risk Ecosystem API Overview