BBVA Business Model Hackathon – Identity and Access Management

Want to help a leading global financial group re-imagine its identity and access management systems?

Interested in meeting new collaborators and partners?

Enjoy thinking outside the box to solve challenging problems?

BBVA is a global financial group with a diversified business providing financial services in 35 countries to 70 million customers. They have undertaken a digital transformation with a clear objective in mind: putting technology to the service of customers.

It’s time that BBVA’s global identity management systems underwent a transformation as well.

 
Participants in this business model hackathon will propose innovative solutions to solve the challenge of Centralized Identity Management in a Delocalized Environment. BBVA is looking for students, product managers, architects, analysts, designers, and anyone else interested in identity to think outside the box to come up with a unique solution.

Challenge details:

Today, BBVA is working with two global identity management systems – one for internal users and another for customers. The goal is to centralize all the identities in a unique system. However, the global nature of BBVA means that this user data is distributed around multiple locations including, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, México, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Turkey, Uruguay, USA, and Venezuela. A successful solution must take into consideration the different regulations, business rules and other differences.

Participants will work as individuals or teams to define and propose a solution. In addition to great prizes, the presenters of the top solutions will have the chance to meet with BBVA leadership for the potential to further develop the idea with the bank.

How to participate:

 
Any attendee of the K(NO)W Identity Conference can participate in this challenge. BBVA and One World Identity have partnered to provide a limited number of specially subsidized tickets for hackathon participants – use the code HAC when you register. Participants across a range of roles and technical abilities are welcome!

 

Use code HAC