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Published By: F5 Networks Inc     Published Date: Jan 03, 2014
In today's cloud-based, mobile IT world, the need for security is rapidly growing. As enterprises continue to depend on the cloud for delivery of applications and more workers are using multiple types of devices to access those applications, the need to control who has access to what is also growing. This Technology Spotlight discusses the challenges of cloud identity access management and provides guidance on which IAM architectural solutions would benefit your business.
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security, cloud, application delivery, authentication, access control, application security, silos, password fatigue, iam
    
F5 Networks Inc
Published By: Burton Group     Published Date: Jul 07, 2008
The identity federation market enjoys an exceptional supply of products. With well over a dozen products available to enterprise customers, most architects have more choices than time will allow for evaluation. This abundance of products is partly the result of the inherent difficulty of developing a truly multipurpose federation server. Although federation products are similar in name, each has its own personality and idiosyncrasies that make it suitable for certain environments but insufficient in others.
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fim, federated identity management, identity federation, access control, identity management, passport, burton group, networking
    
Burton Group
Published By: VASCO     Published Date: Jul 12, 2012
Read more of this white paper to find out how federated identity management can solve the password complexity and the "token necklace" problem while keeping up with increasing security requirements.
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vasco, cloud computing, technology, saas applications, authentication, security
    
VASCO
Published By: Ping Identity     Published Date: May 05, 2009
This white paper, intended for a management-level audience, describes why and how any organization can implement secure Internet single sign-on with a federated identity management system. Learn more today!
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pingidentity, sso, secure internet, single sign-on, federated identity management system, software as a service, saas, business process outsourcing, bpo, ciso, attack, threats, personally-identifiable information, pii, trojan, virus, proprietary security mechanisms, crypto libraries, security assertion markup language, saml
    
Ping Identity
Published By: Ping Identity     Published Date: May 05, 2009
Web Services are emerging as the preeminent method for program-to-program communication across corporate networks as well as the Internet. Securing web Services has been a challenge until recently, as typical Web authentication and authorization techniques employed browser-to-server architectures (not program-to-program). This resulted in user identity ending at the Web Application Server, forcing the Web Services Provider to trust blindly that the Web Services Requester had established identity and trust with the end user.
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pingidentity, sso, standards-based, web 2.0, identity enabled, browser-to-server, soap, saml, security assertion markup language, pki, public key infrastructure, soa, oasis, ws-trust, sso, single sign-on, service oriented architecture, rest, user identity mapping, ldap
    
Ping Identity
Published By: Ping Identity     Published Date: May 05, 2009
With the success of single sign-on (SSO) inside the enterprise, users are calling for interoperability outside of the enterprise’s security domain to outsourced services, including business process outsourcing (BPO) and software as a service (SaaS) providers, and trading partners, as well as within the enterprise to affiliates and subsidiaries. Learn more today!
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pingidentity, sso, standards-based, web 2.0, identity enabled, browser-to-server, soap, saml, security assertion markup language, pki, public key infrastructure, soa, oasis, ws-trust, sso, single sign-on, service oriented architecture, rest, user identity mapping, ldap
    
Ping Identity
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 09, 2015
Managing user identities and user-access privileges is a cornerstone of effective security for organizations. It is vitally important to verify that only the right people can access protected resources and that their activities are sufficiently monitored. However, in order to effectively compete and meet customer expectations, organizations are increasing the number of users—including customers, employees, citizens, partners and suppliers—who are allowed to access information across the web, the cloud and federated environments. This trend makes identity and access management even more challenging and exposes organizations to many potential risks.
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user identities, ibm, user access privileges, customer satisfaction, information access, cloud, security risks, networking, security, it management, knowledge management, data management
    
IBM
Published By: Ping Identity     Published Date: May 05, 2009
Web Services are emerging as the preeminent method for program-to-program communication across corporate networks as well as the Internet. Securing web Services has been a challenge until recently, as typical Web authentication and authorization techniques employed browser-to-server architectures (not program-to-program). This resulted in user identity ending at the Web Application Server, forcing the Web Services Provider to trust blindly that the Web Services Requester had established identity and trust with the end user.
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pingidentity, sso, standards-based, web 2.0, identity enabled, browser-to-server, soap, saml, security assertion markup language, pki, public key infrastructure, soa, oasis, ws-trust, sso, single sign-on, service oriented architecture, rest, user identity mapping, ldap
    
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