Identity and Access Management News
Password-based authentication has been used for so long, that it’s hard to imagine life without it. This method is preferred for its simplicity and practicality, but is it as safe as we think?
There is no one cloud to rule all applications. Most of us operate with multi-cloud environments. But it takes careful planning and architecture to avoid a Babel of cloud applications and vendors creating chaos, expense, and risk — particularly when it comes to digital identity and access management.
IdRamp uniquely complements Trust Stamp’s own Biometric MFA and custom end-to-end identity workflow solutions with a platform that enables frictionless migration between identity providers.
On this week’s State of Identity, host Cameron D’Ambrosi welcomes Mike Vesey, CEO at IdRamp for an action-packed discussion surrounding zero-trust frameworks, identity orchestration, and interoperability.
Facial recognition can be an effective tool for securing personal information — but everything depends upon how it is implemented. Done well, it’s an essential tool; done badly, it’s a privacy and security disaster waiting to happen.
While identity management is supposed to be a solution, it’s increasingly turned into its own, special kind of headache: It’s often difficult to deploy and operate, is too rigid to encompass the diversity of essential business applications and is underpowered to meet emerging security approaches like zero trust and integrate with new services.
IdRamp has been selected to speak about “Verifiable Credentials on the front line”at the European Identity and Cloud Conference 2022 (EIC 2022), hosted by international and independent analyst organizationKuppinger Cole. The conference takes place in Berlin, May 10 through the 13, and is Europe’s leading event for the latest in information security, IAM, cloud, digital risk, and digital transformation.
DID Conference Korea 2022 Recap – Identity Proofing, Passwordless Sign-in and User-friendly Digital Identity
IdRamp recently presented at DID Conference Korea 2022. The mission of the event was to bring together leaders from across the decentralized identity community to review the latest trends in self-sovereign identity and verifiable credentials.
Doc Searls and Katherine Druckman talk to Mike Vesey, CEO of IdRamp, about verifiable credentials, decentralization, and real-world identity solutions.
Passwords and zero-trust and pink locker rooms, oh my! In this episode, Mike discusses IdRamp, what self-sovereign identity is, why we still have passwords today, zero-trust, what the near future holds, pink locker rooms!