A session at NFJS Twin Cities Software Symposium

Sunday 6th March, 2016

11:00am to 12:30pm (CST)

Authenticated Identities are the first step to establish Privilege. Most systems fail to have sufficiently, deeply entrenched notion of how to apply and minimize privilege to avoid data and systems from being abused.

Technologies don't magically become solutions. They are used within domain, design and deployment contexts. This talk will focus on the singular notion of Privilege and how it cross-cuts the distributed systems we are building.

This talk will focus on the Valet Key problem and how to avoid it. We will visit various standards and technologies that help us strengthen our security profiles by reducing our dependence on open-ended and unfettered access to our systems and data.

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Brian Sletten

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Time 11:00am12:30pm CST

Date Sun 6th March 2016

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  • Resource-Oriented Architecture Patterns for Webs of Data
  • Beautiful Architecture

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