The identity perimeter
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Successful businesses recognise the value of open communications within and beyond their organisations. However, achieving this means that the physical and virtual perimeters that had previously defined the reach of most organisations’ IT systems have disappeared. This report makes the case for the use of identity and advanced single-sign-on (SSO) to overcome many of the issues of providing open integration between businesses and their customers and partners. It should be of interest to all those in roles charged with the responsibility of providing secure access to online resources and to those who want to make the case for rolling out new online services, but have to overcome the security concerns of others in their organisation before they get the approval to do so.  Access >>>

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  • The value of open interaction
  • Sources of identity
  • Applying access policies

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