Zefflin Systems recently announced their new, shiny Cloudify Plugin for ServiceNow which integrates Application Automation with IT Service Management
The FIDO Alliance is a conglomerate of top technology corporations (Microsoft, Google, Oberthur, NXP, Paypal, etc…) aiming to create standardized enhanced authentication with specific goals of “Passwordless Authentication” (UAF) and “Second Factor Authentication” (U2F). Essentially, they want to be able to framework how companies provide secure access to their web resources as well as how users prove their identity to the companies. Here’s my take on the effort.
I’ve dealt with a lot of integration projects involving Single Sign-On using SAML2.0 but LogMeIn Rescue’s process for achieving this threw me for a loop initially. I’d like to share a little insight to hopefully help others achieve SSO using LMI Rescue with minimal pain.
As professionals in the authentication space, we stay up to date with technology providers and their solutions. For this post I have invited Abby Porter, Director of Product Management at Delfigo Security to discuss whether it’s time to get rid of passwords all together, and the challenges associated with doing so.
The Dyn Geek Summer Camp 2013 conference in Manchester, NH was held yesterday and today. It was probably the best conference I’ve been to this year and, best of all, it was a 5 minute walk from work. Great speakers, great entertainment, a great facility, and great food! This was Dyn’s first year hosting this conference and I hope they continue this new tradition as it was a blast and I felt like I’m walking away with a little more insight into what’s to come in the realm of technology. Here’s some photos and videos!
The internal processes of the mind have been linked with computing for decades and this article provides a unique look at this hard to ignore correlation. There are similarities that can not be ignored to the technical individual such as how short term and long term memory are internally structured in relation to how modern computer systems and software utilize components such as Random Access Memory (RAM) and Hard Disk Drives (HDD).