Insights and Outlooks from the Digital Identity Market Leader

Sami Van Vliet

Sami Van Vliet
Technical Product Manager

Recent Posts

Aug 14, 2019 1:22:11 PM
Hackers might grab the headlines, but there’s a much less sexy, yet equally serious threat to your business: outages. According to the latest report by Ponemon, 74% of organizations still experience unplanned downtime and outages [...]
May 10, 2019 10:28:21 AM
"If the DBIR were a bottle of decent Scotch Whiskey it would cost you around 100 bucks, instead of being free like this document. Likewise, the decisions you might make after finishing them would probably differ wildly as well. Ne [...]
Apr 9, 2019 10:10:17 AM
“Trust no one” – a phrase reminiscent of The X-Files – is now a familiar concept in the realm of cybersecurity.
Mar 30, 2018 2:40:07 PM
Overwhelmed by manual Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) & certificate management processes? Burdened with worry of rogue certificates or certificate-related outages? Worried you've lost all control of your PKI? Stop losing and start [...]
Aug 15, 2017 12:46:02 PM
CMS Enterprise now provides exclusive, real time policy control at the Certificate Authority (CA), providing the most comprehensive security compliance for certificate issuance available today. The CMS Custom Policy Modules interc [...]
Feb 5, 2016 2:36:48 PM
Building custom activities in Forefront Identity Manager (now Microsoft Identity Manager) required an understanding of programming in C# or VB.Net and how Windows Workflow Foundation functions.
Mar 12, 2015 10:52:32 PM
Recently, a customer wanted to allow its users to select specific alternate SMTP addresses for removal via the FIM portal.  
Sep 8, 2014 9:45:53 AM
Last week a user reported having reset his password, but it hadn’t changed in the connected HR system. As this is an indication that the Password Change Notification Service (PCNS) wasn't working, I checked the Event Viewer on the [...]
Jun 19, 2013 5:52:51 AM
I recently worked on a project where the client had some users who may not be logging into their accounts for 6 months or more, but their corporate policy was to disable accounts that had been dormant for more than 3 months.