Episode #10

Interview with Scott Blackmer.

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  1. […] I’m sure there are other uses for identity, such as ad hoc transactions in which identity information should be handled like a controlled substance, but right now I’m thinking of a fairly persistent set of identity information. It may be something like a user account which may support authentication. [By the way, I do think authentication can be a useful feature of identity systems, though apparently when I use it in a use-case discussion it can be construed as my view of the whole area. Sheesh. I’ve often said that most security is enforcement of policy we attach to an identity. How odd that I would be reputed to equate authentication with identity… anyway, back to identity as an end point for policy…] […]

  2. […] I’m sure there are other uses for identity, such as ad hoc transactions in which identity information should be handled like a controlled substance, but right now I’m thinking of a fairly persistent set of identity information. It may be something like a user account which may support authentication. [By the way, I do think authentication can be a useful feature of identity systems, though apparently when I use it in a use-case discussion it can be construed as my view of the whole area.  Sheesh. I’ve often said that most security is enforcement of policy we attach to an identity. How odd that I would be reputed to equate authentication with identity… anyway, back to identity as an end point for policy…] […]

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