The OpenID Foundation introduces a message bus with identity capabilities as part of plan to create venue where ID technology can be vetted, open sourced and made available to enterprises, Web site operators and others.
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John Fontana is a journalist focusing in identity, privacy and security issues. Currently, he is the Identity Evangelist for cloud identity security vendor Ping Identity, where he blogs about relevant issues related to digital identity.
A researcher calls Yahoo’s loss of 400,000 passwords a “total password failure” for lack of policies and storage in plain text. In addition, the hack included accounts from other domains including the U.S. Congress
NIST names system integrator Trusted Federal Systems to oversee the Steering Group that will build policies and guidelines for the National Strategies for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace initiative
Customer re-use of the same user name and password across multiple sites is being blamed for attacks on customer accounts at BestBuy.com.
Top Dutch telecom firm shuts its customer self-service portal after discovering users not bothering to change default password.
The government-led digital ID strategy, NSTIC, will hit its most significant milestone to date this month when it names a private organization to run its steering group and hands it $2.5 million in funding.
Online privacy is the focal point during the next year for the newest president of the National Association of State Attorneys General.
A provisioning working group gets its marching orders from the Internet Engineering Task Force and sets sites on creating a standard way to add and remove users from cloud-based services and applications.
An Illinois woman files a class action suit against LinkedIn claiming that violation of its own privacy policies and user agreements allowed hackers to steal 6.46 million passwords.
Another password and data breach. Another mad scramble of questions and Band-Aids. It's not password configuration, policies or anything else, it's the infrastructure that needs an overhaul.