Joel Dubin is no longer answering questions for SearchSecurity.com.
Joel Dubin, CISSP, is an independent computer security consultant based in Chicago. He specializes in Web and application security and is the author of the recently released book The Little Black Book of Computer Security available from Amazon. In January 2006, Joel was named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).
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Contributions from Joel Dubin, past SearchSecurity.com expert
- How to enable SSO for several different systems
- Using SSO to authenticate employees
- How to prevent hack attacks against smart card systems.
- For a small office, what are the best, least expensive office servers with secure access?
- What are the pros and cons of using stand-alone authentication that is not Active Directory-based?
- Should users set up password expiries in Active Directory?
- How to choose the right biometric security product
- How to prevent hackers from accessing your router security password
- Is it secure to use .NET membership class for user authentication?
- How does identity propagation work?
- Should PKI systems be used for laptop encryption?
- What is the best way to securely change the local administrator password in a domain?
- What type of protections should security question and answer authentication credentials have?
- Will enabling Group Policy password settings affect existing user accounts?
- Traditional single sign-on (SSO) products versus federated identities
- Using fingerprint door locks in a network environment
- Where did the biometric device come from?
- What are the dangers of Web-based remote access systems?
- Best practices for deploying enterprise single sign-on (SSO)
- How can the combination of biometrics and electrophysiological signals be used for authentication?