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Turkey has been on a growth tear for several years. Part of that growth fuels and is fueled by an explosion of developments in cyberspace. Our friends at Gemalto describe what’s happening:

Gemalto’s “The Review” has an article on the Middle East in general:

There were several other items of interest to the identity community (click more for the list and links):

  • Remembering Judith
    [Sadly, Craig Burton’s wife, Judith, passed away on Thursday. Doc Searls has a stirring remembrance of a woman who helped change the world of computer networking.]
  • Jeff Bohren: Thoughts on SCIM
    “Now that SCIM 1.0 is final and SCIM 2.0 is starting I wanted to share my thoughts.”
  • Open source identity management systems
    “Therefore we have compiled this list of open source IDM projects with a short summary of the features as we understand them in a hope that it will help others to navigate the currents of this emerging IDM subfield.”
  • Mike Schwartz: Rx for the Internet
    “XDI is not really that hard. Anything unfamiliar seems difficult. If I can make an XDI graph out of pills, how hard could it be? We will never make XDI experts out of the world, however, popularizing some of the high-level concepts is still useful. My goal has been to evangelize “the graph” – a new metaphor that will help people think differently about their data.”
  • SecureKey technology to be deployed in Intel's Identity Protection Technology
    “SecureKey Technologies today announced that Intel Corp. will utilize SecureKey's authentication technology as part of Intel Identity Protection Technology (IPT) beginning on Ultrabook devices with third-generation Intel Core technology (code named "Ivy Bridge").  The agreement provides SecureKey with an opportunity to greatly expand the number of devices that will be preconfigured to support SecureKey's authentication, identity and payment solutions.”
  • Feide RnD: Follow Web Tech related updates on Facebook
    “You’ll notice a slight change of direction on this blog. From having worked mostly on Identity Providers and Service Providers, and the protocols between them, I’ll be expanding scope to work more generally on Web Technology.”“
  • Fast Company: Innovation Uncensored
    “04.18.12 - PIER 60 / CHELSEA PIERS 23RD ST & WEST SIDE HWY NEW YORK CITY, NY 10011 “
  • European Identity Conference 2012
    [April 17-20, 2012; Munich, Germany]
  • InCommon: Using Federated Identity for NSF- and NIHFunded Cyberinfrastructure
    “National Science Foundation & National Institutes of Health are counting on InCommon to reduce time and cost needed to engage users with cyberinfrastructure”
  • Jericho founder: Get involved in plan for protecting identity online
    “Paul Simmonds, a founding member of the Jericho Forum, which is now part of The Open Group, is calling for European organisations to get actively involved in providing input to the U.S.-based National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC), a project with the goal of protecting identity online.”

 

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John@Broadband Expert, March 15, 2012 8:44pm

Broadband blogging now a days needs hi tech gadgets to move on with the fast phase technology.

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