Month: August 2012

It’s All About the Conversation (At the Back of the Classroom)

Another year, and another Catalyst conference had come and gone. This one was very different. For one, the structure of the conference is very different from years past, focusing on thematic areas rather than topics of research. As such, there was no focused identity track, but rather a sprinkling of identity management topics throughout the

The Epic Hacking of Mat Honan and Our Identity Challenge

Wired has the kind of article that will make all of us leading highly digitized lives (is that the right term?) wake up in a cold sweat. While the title – How Apple and Amazon Security Flaws Led to My Epic Hacking – may strike many as sensationalist, the article does a good job of

So is Windows Azure AD a Provisioning Engine?

While the identity community is consumed by the “SAML is a Zombie” and “OAuth is Evil” debates, I wanted to go back to a slightly older topic of discussion. Almost 2 months ago (my, how time flies when protocols are being given the business), I wrote about Windows Azure AD and the necessity to understand