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Mozilla is piloting a program with the aim to introduce a feature in Firefox that will notify users when their credentials may have been leaked or stolen in a data breach. In a GitHub repo set up for the initiative, Bengaluru, India-based Mozilla developer Nihanth Subramanya explains the reasons behind the “Breach Alerts Prototype” and […]

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New web applications are making their way into the workplace at an unprecedented rate. By 2017, enterprises are projected to rely on an average of 52 cloud applications at work, leaving employees with a pool of credentials to keep track of. If you don’t take the necessary precautions to keep your credentials secure, your accounts […]

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Envision B2C scenarios like online retail to customer, university to student or retail banking to account holder: Users come and go, and user management can quickly become burdensome, especially in traditional identity and access management (IAM) environments. Managing millions of customer identities is a different scale of problem than managing thousands of employee IDs.

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