In his Network World on Security newsletter this week, Dave Kearns talks about a new kind of password management product that seems to be picking up traction. Lieberman Software’s Random Password Manager offers interesting new capabilities in password management similar to Cyber-Ark’s Enterprise Password Vault (EPV). I had briefly mentioned Cyber-Ark in a blog post
Okay, so the days of questioning the impact of social networking websites on our digital lives is long gone. But the nature of the impact is still being understood, and this is producing some interesting findings. While the world of sociology is trying to make sense of the seeming divide between Facebook and MySpace users
Catalyst 2007 has been a good conference for me simply because of the intangibles – Good conversations, stimulating discussions, and loads of fun. Here is a wrap up of a hodge-podge of thoughts from the conference. Identity Services, Where Art Thou?The second half of day 2 was dedicated to the subject of identity services. While
After a day and a half, I can safely say that Catalyst is living up to its reputation of being on the cutting edge of identity trends and issues. After a typically boisterous start to the conference on Wednesday, where Mike Neuenschwander set the tone by introducing a superhero called “Captain Controls“, the conference settled
I attended the Project Concordia workshop yesterday, ahead of the Catalyst conference. I mentioned the project in a blog post last week; it has the worthy goal of trying to initiate efforts that make sense of the competing standards and methodologies that exist in the identity world. I found myself enjoying the kind of lively
On Lost, one of my favorite shows on TV, the lead character is fond of saying “Live Together, Die Alone“. So much so that on one of the more recent episodes, one of the other characters told him “If you say that one more time, I’m gonna kill you” (I may be paraphrasing a bit).
That catchy slogan can only mean one thing – it’s time for the annual Catalyst Conference (US edition), hosted by the Burton Group. Running from June 25-29 in San Francisco, the event will once again aim to stir things up by bringing together people in a forum where debates will rage and ideas will fly.