Trusted Identities in Cyberspace
We have never been able to construct the concept of Trust with computers, which we use in our everyday lives. The laws for granting permission have been, by and large - if you authenticate correctly, then you have permission to all assets within your role or responsibility, or in the worst case - everything. And there’s been no way to completely shield from view, those assets an identity is not authorized to access.
What if we could secure access to every asset in the enterprise and determine permissions based on trust: who has access to what, under what conditions?
The White House's recent paper The National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyber Space envisions such an infrastructure. And the infrastructure it calls for is what Prodentity's patented DNA™ framework provides.
Read the details about this exciting strategy in the White House's own words and see how DNA™ provides the infrastructure required.
Read Howard Schmidt's introduction.
Read the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace draft.
Read Prodentity's Trusted Infrastructure white paper.