March 2010

In “U-Prove Minimal Disclosure availability,” Kim Cameron says: This blog is about technology issues, problems, plans for the future, speculative possibilities, long term ideas – all things that should make any self-respecting product marketer with concrete goals and metrics run for the hills! But today, just for once, I’m going to pick up an actual…

Read More News from RSA: U-Prove

The New York Times has a short article by Markoff, “U.S. to Reveal Rules on Internet Security.” The article focuses first on declassification, and goes on to say: In his first public speaking engagement at the RSA Conference, which is scheduled to open Tuesday, Mr. Schmidt said he would focus on two themes: partnerships and…

Read More Howard Schmidt's talk at RSA

In “New rules for big data,” the Economist seems to advocate for more disclosure of security problems: The benefits of information security—protecting computer systems and networks—are inherently invisible: if threats have been averted, things work as normal. That means it often gets neglected. One way to deal with that is to disclose more information. A…

Read More The Economist on Breach Disclosure