Writing Secure Code -- Links -- November 14, 2008

This week is all Oracle. Mostly because this was a week of interesting stories from us.

"OpenLiberty: Announcing Project Aristotle"

This week was a major achievement in the life of Identity Governance Framework (IGF) with the launch of Project Aristotle. Aristotle is the open-source project that is acting as the reference implementation of IGF. For the first time you are now able to actually get your hands dirty playing with real software. I will be following up with another post dedicated to demonstrating some of the capabilities.

"Authentication Challenges - Security versus usability - 'One Size Fits All' "

This is a post from our own Thomas Varghese that talks about how leveraging auditing, risk management with authentication process can provide for more secure processes. You can get a feel for this by checking our Oracle Adaptive Access Manager (OAAM).

"Dissecting all the buzz about Identity Assurance"

This is a post from Nishant Kaushik - where he talks about how our new partnerships for Identity Assurance Partner Alliance. Essentially Identity Assurance is about being able to establish the quality of claims about a person. Nishant goes into more detail about what this actually means but if you are dealing with any type of sensitive applications - you will be interested in this.

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