Identity information thoughts and like ilk

Monthly archives for January, 2008

Web usability consultants hit Trust jackpot …

Web usability consultants hit Trust jackpot …

… or How a Web usability consultancy ignored the recommendations of their own trust report … a cautionary tale!!! Last week I was pointed to a report on Trust from the Nielson Norman Group – specialists in User Experience. It discussed topics relevant to the research I am doing on user trust for e-services so […]

IIW

IIW

I have been out of the mainstream of the identity discussions for the last four years while I worked on issues of securing XML messaging and service oriented architectures. So the Internet Identity Workshop appeared with perfect timing in the second week of my new job – thanks for the invitation Phil. There are certainly […]

Welcome

Welcome

After an hiatus of a few years, I am back squarely in the middle of a number of enterprise efforts that directly rely on identities, have the need for authentication, access control and entitlements, and have various aspects of single sign-on federation, privacy and all Viagra Online the Viagra other usual suspects. I am hoping […]