Ken Wattana

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Defend Your Devices says Homeland Security

Feb. 23, 2017

“IoT security is now a matter of homeland security”. That’s from a recent report released by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, “Strategic Principles for Securing the Internet of Things”. The DHS acknowledges that the IoT offers great opportunities for innovation, but doesn’t shy away from warning of the great risk that we face from…

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Ken Wattana

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Take a Bow, BBC

Feb. 22, 2017

You say you want a (streaming) revolution? The media world is being turned upside down. Traditional broadcasters are being disrupted by OTT streaming services like Netflix and Hulu while cord-cutting millennials ditch their TVs for their favorite mobile devices. So how does a venerable broadcaster like the BBC compete? With innovative new streaming services of…

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Eve Maler

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Identity at RSA 2017 – Designing a New Consent Strategy for Digital Transformation

Feb. 15, 2017

Once again, the cybersecurity and privacy tech world is convened in San Francisco for the annual RSA Conference. From the keynotes and sessions I’ve attended so far this year, it’s clear cybersecurity is at a crossroads, driven in part by fast-moving developments in privacy regulations and the progress of the Internet of Things across many…

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Kevin Streater

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ForgeRock Announces Avnet as EMEA Training Partner

Jan. 30, 2017

We’re excited to announce that Avnet Academy has agreed to become our training services partner for the EMEA region. The training division within leading global technology distributor Avnet Technology Solutions (NYSE: AVT), Avnet Academy will be expanding its education portfolio to include comprehensive training courses for the ForgeRock Identity Platform. As we’ve long partnered with…

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Eve Maler

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Privacy Matters. Trust Me.

Jan. 18, 2017

For security, privacy, identity, and digital transformation professionals, the occasion of Data Privacy Day is perfect for pondering the big issues, like: Has anything actually changed since last year? From where I sit, organizations have actually become more #PrivacyAware because they’ve had to, just to survive. The regulatory stakes are increasing rapidly, with the General…

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Ashley Stevenson

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The Connected Car: Digital Identity’s Next Stop

Jan. 2, 2017

The relatively nascent and rapidly growing world of the connected car has yet to realize the business advantages that digital identity can bring to its vast ecosystem; but that’s about to change. From early internet screen names to connected devices of every kind, digital identity is everywhere. Receive a shiny new Apple watch over the…

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Ismet Geri

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Identity Summit Paris

Nov. 16, 2016

The Paris Identity Summit took place yesterday, Tuesday, November 15th at Le Cercle National Des Armées. The Summit was ForgeRock’s biggest-ever event in France, and came right on the heels of the very successful London Summit. We had more than 200 attendees from across France and southern Europe. The agenda was very impressive with presentations from…

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Roland Davis

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Nulli Identity Series: User Managed Access – A Primer

Nov. 15, 2016

Editor’s Note: ForgeRock and its global partner, Nulli, held a well-attended industry event on Digital Identity and Privacy, with a focus on the User Managed Access standard, in Edmonton on Oct. 4. This article originally appeared on the Nulli blog. Many thanks to Nulli’s Roland Davis for allowing us to repost here.  Nulli arranged to have…

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John Pinson

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ForgeRock Makes the Wealthfront Fifth Annual List of Career-Launching Companies

Oct. 26, 2016

Earlier today we put out a press release announcing that ForgeRock has been named to the Wealthfront fifth annual list of “Career-Launching Companies” – a compilation of US mid-sized information technology companies with fast-growth momentum. We didn’t have room in the press release to detail the full criteria used to select companies for the list,…

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Simon Moffatt

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IoT Vulnerabilities: Some Thoughts on the Dyn DDoS Attack and Resulting Site Outages

Oct. 24, 2016

Unless you’ve been on a desert island for the past few days you’ve heard by now of the massive Distributed Denial of Service attack that brought many of the Internet’s most heavily trafficked sites to their knees last Friday, October 21st. If you’re catching up, these articles from Tech Republic and Gizmodo provide good overviews of what…

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