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TechRadar™: Zero Trust Identity Standards, Q3 2014

Standards In The OAuth Orbit — And SCIM — Continue To Grow

October 7, 2014

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The Zero Trust enterprise requires enterprise applications, identity stores, mobile apps, the Internet of Things, and other systems on-premises and in the cloud to generate and consume a variety of identity and access information in order to protect sensitive corporate resources. Security and risk professionals must ensure that identity and access information flow seamlessly across system and organization boundaries for B2B access, employee single sign-on into cloud apps, mobile app authorization, and more. In this environment, standards and protocols take on an exaggerated importance: The best of them enable organizations to control user access securely, interoperably, and in an agile fashion. This TechRadar™ provides a fresh assessment of the 16 key traditional and emerging standards used to help achieve a Zero Trust stance in modern identity and access management, and draws lessons from changes seen since the Q3 2012 version of this report.

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Table of Contents

  • The State Of Plans For Zero Trust Identity Standards
  • Why The Future Of Zero Trust Identity Standards Matters
  • Overview: TechRadar For Zero Trust Identity Standards
  • TechRadar: API And Mobile Friendliness Drive Standards Value
  • Supplemental Material

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