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This is the official community gathering place and information resource for identity and trusted infrastructure standards. The site is hosted by the OASIS IDtrust Member Section, a group that encourages new participation from developers and users. This is an open, vendor-neutral community-driven site, and the public is encouraged to contribute content. See more about this site.
News: Submitted by dschur on Fri, 08/26/2011 - 14:41.
Congratulations to Kaliya Hamlin, John Sabo of CA Technologies,
and Anil Saldhana of Redhat, who have been elected to serve on the OASIS
IDtrust Member Section Steering Committee. Their terms extend until
We offer our appreciation to all OASIS IDtrust members who
participated in the election process--by nominating candidates,
volunteering to serve on the Steering Committee, reviewing the candidate
pool, and casting votes.
News: Submitted by dschur on Tue, 08/23/2011 - 14:24. Last updated on Tue, 08/23/2011 - 14:25.
The newly formed Open Data Center Alliance is using an array of usage models to weld cloud-using customers into a force that prevents vendor lock. At the same time, the group is promoting secure movement of virtual workloads from one provider to another. The organization is made up of more than 200 members including JPMorgan Chase, Lockheed Martin and
Event: Submitted by jharnad on Tue, 08/23/2011 - 02:06.
Ditton Manor, outside London, UK
Date: 10 Oct 2011 - 13:00 - 12 Oct 2011 - 17:00
News: Submitted by dschur on Fri, 08/19/2011 - 13:27.
Few security practices are as problematic as that nasty old string of
bits known as a password. Experts tell us to make them as long and
complex as possible, never reuse them even as our online accounts
multiply, and store them only in our grey matter. That advice can be
summarized, as security researcher Mikko Hypponen recently
twittered: ”Pick something you can’t remember, then don’t write it
News: Submitted by dschur on Wed, 07/13/2011 - 16:30.
Tasked with adopting cloud computing as a first option in all IT
projects, federal agencies are now grappling with the hard realities of making the policy work.