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Security is holding back virtualisation

Virtualisation security is still a thorny problem for implementers, says a survey from Kuppinger Cole.

Security is the biggest worry for virtualisation project leaders, according to a report from Kuppinger Cole, an analyst firm that focuses on information security. 

Forty per cent of respondents said they believed that a virtual environment was harder to secure than a physical one.

By Eric Doyle 10 December 2010

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The case for XLDAP

There's still one or two issues to bring up from last month's European Identity Conference, which I want to get to this week -- one from a panel I was on and another from one I wasn't on. Kuppinger-Cole senior analyst Sebastian Rohr inveigled me to sit on his panel "Directory Services in the Cloud" where, among other issues, we explored exchanging directory data in an XML-enabled world. I rashly suggested that Directory Services Markup Language (DSML) was sufficient for this purpose. But I didn't count on Australia's Andrew Ferguson to be lurking behind a screen where I...

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Impressions from European Identity Conference 2010

Three days of conference plus a Workshop day packed full with IAM and GRC topics and even more. The KuppingerCole European Identity Conference EIC2010 was a great success. In my opinion the best EIC I have seen, although there were some confusion and unexpected changes that let me miss some of the presentations I was eager to visit. But that can be easily excused looking at the choice and quality of speakers. KuppingerCole again did a very good job in gathering many of the leading heads in Identity Management and GRC. The only thing I missed were people from Google like Eric Sachs, who did...

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Munich fuel

To get through the intense European Identity Conference last week in Munich (thanks, Kuppinger Cole folks!), I had to make sure to drink lots of fluids. I’m referring, of course, to coffee, beer, and one extraordinary whisky (thanks, Ping Identity folks!)...

By Eve Maler 12 May 2010
Blog Eve Maler

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EIC 2010: An outsider’s view

I stumbled into the European Identity Conference 2010 actually only by accident, more being a web developer than an enterprise IT guy (although having to do with it in terms of connecting e.g. Plone to an LDAP server in our bigger clients). But I don’t regret that I actually did!

By mrtopf 11 May 2010

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Information Cards at the 2010 European Identity Conference

Munich, Germany -- Information Cards and ICF members were very active in the European Identity Conference (EIC) in Munich this past week. To begin with, ICF board member Kim Cameron accepted the European Identity Award for “Best Innovation” on behalf of Microsoft for its U-Prove minimal disclosure technology. The award was shared with IBM for its similar Idemix technology. Both solutions were lauded by EIC host Kuppinger Cole as pioneering efforts in enhancing online privacy and security.

By Drummond Reed 10 May 2010
Drummond Reed's blog

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Smartsoft'a Avrupa'dan ödül

SMARTSOFT'un Oracle işbirliğiyle ortaklaşa geliştirdiği ve sinir (nöral) ağlarının kullanıldığı risk tabanlı doğrulama ve yetkilendirme operasyonlarına olanak sağlayan çözümü ile SMARTSOFT - ORACLE - ŞEKERBANK işbirliği "En İyi Kurum İçi Proje" dalında ödül kazandı.Dijital kimlik yönetimi alanındaki seçkin projelere, inovasyonlara ve gelişmelere yönelik Avrupa Kimlik Ödülleri, Kimlik ve...

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MetricStream to Showcase Its GRC Platform at the European Identity Conference

Palo Alto, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/07/2010 -- MetricStream, the market leader in Enterprise Governance, Risk, Compliance (GRC) and Quality Management solutions is showcasing its GRC Platform at Cloud 2010, a European Identity Conference(EIC) on “Cloud Computing - Thought Leadership and Best Practices” hosted by Kuppinger Cole in Munich, Germany from May 4 to 7, 2010.

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A security event without leaving your home

Last fall I was twice put in the quandary of choosing between two conferences going on simultaneously. In September there was Digital ID World in Las Vegas and The Experts Conference in Berlin. While November saw both the Cloud Computing Expo and the Internet Identity Workshop sharing the same week. I thought I could shuttle between Cloud Computing and IIW, since they were being held only 5 miles apart, but in reality that was a no go...
By Dave Kearns 27 January 2010
Network World 

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