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
- Traditional single sign-on (SSO) products versus federated identities
- What are the dangers of Web-based remote access systems?
- Best practices for deploying enterprise single sign-on (SSO)
- Where did the biometric device come from?
- How can the combination of biometrics and electrophysiological signals be used for authentication?
- Is third-party software the only way to prevent access within a domain group?
- Choosing from the top PKI products and vendors
- How do anonymous credentials and selective disclosure certificates affect enterprise IAM?
- Is there a way to bridge physical and logical security without using smart cards or biometrics?
- How should sensitive customer data be handled?
- What are the pros and cons of using keystroke dynamic-based authentication systems?
- What mistakes are made when implementing enterprise IAM systems?
- What risks are associated with biometric data, and how can they be avoided?
- Are one-time password tokens susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks?
- What are the PCI DSS compliance benefits of tokenization?
- Is it safe to use remote access tools to grant system access?
- What are the risks of turning off pre-boot authentication?
- Should void user IDs be preserved in an audit history?
- What are the potential risks of giving remote access to a third-party service provider?
- Is there any policy or regulation to help protect biometric data?