Blogger profile: Jennifer Dean
Jen manages the marketing for PKI-based authentication solutions. Based in the weird city of Austin, Texas, Jen likes blogging about all things security, but especially about challenges IT professionals face to keep systems protected without completely antagonizing users. Prior to Thales, Jen spent five years in eBanking and financial services. Likes: dogs, Bavarian hefeweizen, sitting on the beach with a good book. Dislikes: sweet potatoes. Aspires to: write a novel.
Posted on 05 October 2017 by Jennifer Dean
With the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement compliance deadline approaching, businesses are scrambling to meet compliance requirements. DFARS addresses the need for strong, two-factor authentication and physical access controls. Are you ready for DFARS?
Posted on 15 August 2017 by Jennifer Dean
When the big screen gets real is it creepy or cool? Far-fetched technology inventions, previously only seen in science fiction, are showing up in real life through physical and logical access control microchipping. What are the implications? What does this mean?
Posted on 26 July 2017 by Jennifer Dean
We explain how PKI technology can form part of a successful cyber security strategy.
Posted on 16 May 2017 by Jennifer Dean
PKI is seeing a surge in implementations in small to medium sized business. Depending on the size of your deployment and your desire for automation, PKI can be implemented fairly easily. Check out how to plan, the components, the 5 step process to DIY PKI.
Posted on 11 April 2017 by Jennifer Dean
Planning is crucial before diving into PKI implementation. Trust us, take the time to carefully consider these PKI planning guidelines.
Posted on 22 March 2017 by Jennifer Dean
PKI security is often thought of as too complex, but now, modern credential management automates what IT administrators used to do manually. Explore PKI security basics and see how you can use it for the highest protection for your sensitive documents.