Software giant’s identity architect calls on enterprises to professionalise the way they relate to customers to help replace online identity infrastructure that is not fit for purpose.

The state of identity technology on the internet is cause for concern, says Kim Cameron, architect of identity at Microsoft.

“We have inherited an identity infrastructure that is a hodge-podge of ad-hoc responses by people who did not understand the threats,” he told the EEMA ISSE 2016 security conference in Paris.

Continue reading the article by Warwick Ashford, Security Editor, Computer Weekly here.