JANUA settled in 2004 in Sophia-Antipolis, south-east of France. JANUA specialises in IAM (security, access control, identity management) and Open Source integration. It offers high value-added consulting, integration, products and services with a concern for identity management and Open Source components.
This blog post was first published @ www.infosecprofessional.com, included here with permission. This week saw the techUK host a workshop on securing the Internet of Things and overcoming the risks associated with an increasingly connected world. The event (#IoTSecurity) attracted a variety of speakers from the public and private sector and brought about some interesting topics and further questions on …
Share this on .. 11000When you are implementing Oracle Identity Manager to manage the identities within your organization, you may have to use multiple sources for identity information. For instance, there might be different departments with their own HR system and there might be separate sources for customers or business partners. In this article I’llRead More
Since I became Community Contributions Manager I have been asked time and time again when we’re moving to Git. Well, it’s certainly been a big project, but we can proudly announce that we’ve taken all your comments and requests on board and, starting in mid July ForgeRock’s projects will be moving from SVN to GIT. After looking at all the …
BOSTON, Mass., June 23, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - Enterprises have realized the benefits of open source software for decades. Open source technologies like Linux, WildFly, and others have formed the foundation of many cloud infrastructures and deployments. "Open source is an important eco-system of projects and ideas and is often the first place that developers look when given a task or problem to solve," says Marc Boorshtein, CTO of Tremolo Security. He continues, "For this reason we
Virtualization heavyweight VMware today announced the launch of identity management service called Identity Manager. The tool will give big companies a way to provide employees with easy access to approved applications.
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