Tag Archives: PKI

Information Cards: The reports of their death are greatly exaggerated

In a previous blog post I pointed out that Information Cards and especially Microsoft’s CardSpace implementation of the card idea were having a bit of a tough time. Now people like Dave Kearns have gone a bit further and have … Continue reading

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PKI and Information Cards

I  recently spoke at an EEMA event in London on the subject of Corporate PKI Certificate Provisioning. I was asked to give an overview of the market. According to a market research report from Frost &Sullivan the four leading vendors … Continue reading

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Users still waiting for PKI benefits?

In June 2002 I was interviewed by Computing Magazine. This resulted in a widely quoted headline “Users must wait for PKI benefits”. Where are we today seven years later?  A cheap and easy answer would be: “Not much further actually”. … Continue reading

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