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Recently by Mayur Upadhyaya
I am CIAM not IAM Imagine shopping in your favourite wine merchant or checking in to the brand of hotel that you afford the most loyalty, and at the point of self-identification (either to prove age or verification) security is called over and you are frisked. Not a great experience. Would you patronise the establishment again?
Last week I read an online post about schoolchildren who are taught in their IT lessons to just accept cookie consent pop-ups when they see them on the screen! That really is the definition of habitual consent. If we think about the intent of consent, it should be informed, unambiguous, and meaningful to the end user. In the example of the schoolchildren who were taught to consent by default: What
Earlier this month, I attended the Gartner Identity & Access Management Summit in London and got the chance to hear the Gartner Identity team lay out their roadmap for the industry.
How many times have you received a password reminder with your actual password and not a reset link? That means the brand is storing the password in plain text, and this still happens and with some pretty high-profile brands.