As the juggernaut of IoT and Cognitive Computing continues it is becoming evident that we will need a much more robust Identity solution than the ones we currently have. A large part of this is due to the fact that systems are more and more interacting with each other and invoking actions on behalf of
By Gene Hughson Two of my favorite “bumper sticker philosophies” (i.e. short, pithy, and incredibly simplistic sayings) are “the simplest thing that could possibly work” and YAGNI. Avoiding unnecessary complexity and unneeded features are good ideas at first glance. The problem is determining what is unnecessary and unneeded. Just meeting the functional requirements is unlikely
Our very own Paul Preiss sits down for an in-depth interview with Jason Bloomberg, CEO of Intellyx. Paul Preiss: Today we have Jason Bloomberg from Intellyx. He's the CEO, a very prolific writer, and a very prolific thought leader. I'm so grateful to have you on today. I'm curious if you could update our readers
By: Edward H K Ng ITARC Singapore 2010: Security and Integrity Issues in Updating Risk Data. Presented by Edward H K Ng, Dren Analytics Pte Ltd.