Posts Tagged ‘trust’

Dell has been in trouble for the last few days for shipping a self signed CA ‘eDellRoot'[1] in the trusted root store on their Windows laptops. From a public relations perspective they’ve done the right thing by saying sorry and providing a fix. This post isn’t going to pick apart the rights and wrongs – […]

It seems that the term Persona is finally finding its way into common usage, and I’m encouraged by the recent posts by Nishant Kaushik and Mark Dixon.

For most enterprises the essence of trustworthiness is their internal build, which normally comes in client and server flavours for a variety of ‘supported’ operating systems. Machines running this build are trusted to access corporate resources, anything else is kept out with policies, firewalls and mechanisms like network access control (NAC). That internal build is […]

Despite the lack of comments (yet) the post on persona has resulted in some good behind the scenes debate. Something that came out of this is that I agreed to post an illustration of how a legal entity fits into the persona illustration in order to effect the LLP concept: Sadly this still leaves us […]



OK, it’s time for my first serious post, and it’s not about a brand of fertility monitor. Persona is a term that’s increasingly being used in conversations around digital identity, but it’s not one that I typically find to be well defined.  The Wikipedia entry doesn’t help much, as it is about the more general […]