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
- What tools can limit users' acess to applications and network resources?
- How to begin identity management and access control implementation
- What available management software can centralize access control to Web applications?
- What are a call center's authentication options when seeking FFIEC compliance?
- Access control management strategy essentials
- How do role-based access control methods authorize user accounts?
- Should an enterprise change administrator rights to accomodate new users?
- What are the criteria for a strong authentication system?
- How do local identity, SSO and federated identity management models differ?
- How to safely issue passwords to new users
- What components should an application security management system (ASMS) have?
- What are the best authentication tools for locking down a laptop?
- What is the best authentication method for protecting an online banking site?
- How should we distribute our unique firewall password to our clients?
- Which public key algorithm is used for encrypting emails?
- How does single sign-on affect compliance efforts?
- SSO: What verticals are further ahead in deploying this authentication mechanism?
- Extending SSO outside the company: Is it worth the risk?
- RFID tags: Do they have a secure future?
- Risk-based authentication vs. static authentication