vision own of digital identities - which might slightly differ from what others think. As I had the pleasure to speak at a security conference lately, I was bound to ask: where is my digital drivers license? And I would be mre than happy to get my hands on Dick Hardts' digital drivers license any time soon. I wanted to take this occasion and get rid of some add-ons I had been chased to subscribe to through aggressive telemarketing, which I actually never used and did not miss. KuppingerCole Analysts, home, news Archive, dec, nov, oct. And you have to pay for. So he either was lucky or didn't have more on his account, I suppose. And GRC requirements from a business perspective have a clear counterpart with IT Governance and the related GRC topics. At least not in this blog.
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Sep, aug, jul, jun, may, apr, mar. What I would like to sketch is rather short sighted for being called a vision, nonetheless this is far from being reality, to my own regret! But what happens with the "other" digital identity, my personal, private one? What happens if I loose the USB stick? But our upcoming research on the entire BSM field will give clear indications, as well as our consulting offering (strategy, product shortlists) for this market segment. Moving towards SME - with real SME offerings which are easy to install, easy to use and which support the requirements of the SMEs IT manager with some reporting, some license compliance and other features above the technology level. Governance Risk Management Recently I've posted on my view of the CIO's agenda. This influences many areas of IT, like the need to use services in the context of identities because this is the only way to collect the information for a correct cost assignment. No need to disclose "real" personal info - just a verification that I have a valid claim to access the information in question. If you look on it the other way round,.g.