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The simple cloud API - a step forward?

Some few weeks ago, the "Simple Cloud API" has been announced. The company behind this is Zend technologies, which calls itself "The PHP Company". More important is the fact that Microsoft and IBM are amongst the supporters of Simple Cloud API. That means that there is a significant momentum…

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The Critical Role of XACML in SOA Governance and Perimeter Web Service Security

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Oct 27, 2009: The Critical Role of XACML in SOA Governance and Perimeter Web Service Security

SOA is far from dead but many organizations suffer from a severe SOA disease caused by too many enthusiastic deployments of isolated and siloed services. In this webinar, Martin Kuppinger will provide you with insights on SOA Governance, followed by Axiomatics and Intel showcasing their…

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Finally: an open XACML API!

Whilst at the Burton Group’s Catalyst 2009 conference, I ran into Prateek Mishra from Oracle who told me somewhere between the lines of our conversation that a new XACML API that has just been posted to the OASIS XACML TC. It was a “soft launch” that was announced at the Kantara meetings on…

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Hooray, LDAPcon 2009 is coming up!

I was delighted when I saw that LDAPcon is happening again this year. I went to the first event in Cologne, Germany 2007, and was very impressed. When you have the "creme de la creme" from the LDAP community talking about their favourite topic, you're guaranteed an interesting and…

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Innovations in the world of LDAP

I've recently been to Sun's directory labs in the the beautiful city of Grenoble, France to talk about what Sun has in store with their two directory servers: DSEE and OpenDS. I've used many predecessors of DSEE (starting with the good old Netscape Directory Server) on several projects over…

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How to Train Your AI to Mis-Identify Dragons

This week Skylight Cyber disclosed that they were able to fool a popular “AI”-based Endpoint Protection (EPP) solution into incorrectly marking malware as safe. While trying to reverse-engineer the details of the solution's Machine Learning (ML) engine, the researchers found that it contained a secondary ML model added specifically to whitelist certain types of software like popular games. Supposedly, it was added to reduce the number of false positives their "main engine" was [...]

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