The Most Important IAM Question: Who Does This?
Dark Reading (blog)
I have written about a number of important trends in identity and access management (IAM), including the advent of Mobile, rising importance of authorization, Infosec maybe finally putting down its password crystal meth pipe, and how to avoid AppSec ...
Ira Winkler: Stupid users, or stupid infosec?
19 column, "Can Infosec Cure Stupid?", had me scratching my head. Unusually for him, May's underlying assumptions are flawed. He argues that end users are generally stupid, his evidence being that they don't understand how the devices they use work ...
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