Security Architects Partners is circulating an IAM Top 5 Funding Drivers Survey. Note that it is still open and you’re welcome to add your response. Our goal is to eventually get enough responses to be able to slice and dice… Continue reading
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FIDO, Finally, Almost: Passwordless authentication is now becoming a possible dream, thanks to the ongoing standards work at the Fast Identity Online (FIDO) Alliance and the collaboration between competitors, such as Microsoft and Google.
Sources: RSA Conference 2018 (upper figure),… Continue reading
In our KuppingerCole report “Exploring the Microsoft Azure Information Protection Landscape” (subscription required) we describe Microsoft’s Azure Information Protection and it’s industry impact.
Azure Information Protection Summary
Clients’ data protection challenges span multiple technologies, including data leakage… Continue reading
Interest in blockchain has skyrocketed, with many believing the technology to be as transformational as the Internet itself. Blockchain’s promise boils down to two related propositions: first, that it can enable vast decentralized populations to collaborate and transact business; second,… Continue reading
The OAuth standards stack is racing to keep up with the growing inter-connectedness of cloud, IOT, social networks, e-commerce, individuals, and enterprises on today’s Internet. The menu of new standards options can seem bewildering – especially since some are still… Continue reading
Register here to see us on October 12 at the New York IAM Users Group where Dan Blum will speak on the meme “attributes are beautiful.”
Don’t get us wrong, the architecture in the picture isn’t for everyone and… Continue reading