Month: January 2011

When “Trust” Is Not Enough

Computerworld has an interesting article ‘Security fail: When trusted IT people go bad‘ with the even more interesting subtitle “One rogue IT employee can do more damage than an army of hackers“. It’s well worth a read, if only to get a feel for the nightmarish scenarios CIO’s can be faced with. The 3 case

Sometimes It Is Better To Detect Than Prevent

The recent tragedy in Tucson, AZ has gripped the nation in more ways than one. There are so many different story lines unfolding out of that single tragedy – about politics, about rhetoric, about immigration, about dreams. Significantly less visceral, but important from an identity management perspective is this avoidable but all too common story

Future in the Clouds? How About Some ESSO-To-Go?

There is little doubt any more that the cloud revolution is in full swing. Enterprises today are adopting cloud-based and hosted solutions for everything from CRM to personal productivity applications to business intelligence. Enterprises want the user experience of accessing SaaS applications to be secure, but transparent. This pretty much mandates an approach based on