I will be speaking on “The Changing Fate of CIAM” at KuppingerCole’s Consumer Identity World 2017 conference.
DATE: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 – Wednesday, September 13, 2017
I’ll also be on a “GDPR… Continue reading
We are now in the second golden age of identity and access management (IAM). Mobile devices, cloud computing, social networks, Big Data, and the Internet of Things (IoT) require radically improved capabilities. They are driving rapid innovation in IAM standards,… Continue reading
The European Court of Justice’s demolition of Safe Harbor two months ago has spawned a host of data residency compliance questions from clients, former clients and prospects: What privacy and security due diligence should companies perform as they use,… Continue reading
Sometimes it seems as if companies are moving deeper into the cloud every day by any means necessary with or without security on board. Unsanctioned shadow IT initiatives abound as well as sanctioned business initiatives or … Continue reading
Why do organizations often behave like pack rats – over-storing identity data again and again even after seeing so many peers suffer breaches and put their employees or customers at risk? A recent post by… Continue reading
Tuesday October 6, 2015 the European Court of Justice struck down Safe Harbor, an international agreement that allowed companies to move digital information between the the United States and Europe. According to a New York Times article, “… Continue reading
So you had a breach – was your data encrypted? NO? Let the media shaming and lawsuits begin. So it has gone with recent breaches, and many organizations are responding with new encryption projects. Summary of discussion: Encrypt… Continue reading
The Internet of Things (IoT) can be a mighty scary place. Whether you’re worried about privacy violations when Google Analytics meets your electric meter, malware shutting off the pacemaker or other scenarios for death through devices, there’s lots to be… Continue reading
Sony of cyberattack fame is not French, nor as sympathetic as Charlie Hebdo and didn’t suffer a loss of human life in its (latest) breach. Otherwise, “Je suis Sony” might have rhymed just as well as #jesuischarlie.