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information about us and our rela- tionships. Often, that information is more sensitive than the content to be accessed. So what is the solution? There needs to be a general-purpose capability that dynamically discovers and connects distributed data and applications and enforces granular privacy, security and organizational policies to enable trusted interactions among people, organiza- tions, applications, online services and the Internet of Things. A set of capabilities under the ban- ner of “trust management” has been developed in academia and is now beginning to be commercialized. It encompasses the methods and tech- nology for assessing and protecting the information required to make decisions about online trust relationships. Estab- lishing a system for trust management requires a common infrastructure for specifying policies that can protect yet enable access to data and systems, rep- resenting identities and credentials, and evaluating and enforcing an organiza- tion’s policies — all while maintaining privacy. Trust management does not replace the need for today’s cybersecurity solu- tions, but the need for trust manage- ment is becoming more crucial if we as a society are to fully exploit the value of the Internet and the promise of easily and confidently interacting with other people, organizations and things. In the interest of full disclosure, I am so convinced of the ability of trust management to improve online infor- mation sharing and address privacy challenges that I recently joined Resil- ient Network Systems, the developer of the Trust Network platform for online trust management. ■ ONLINE REPORT SPONSORED BY: to learn more, visit: FCW.com/2014GovernmentCloud Research Report GOVERNMENT CLOUD ANEWERAIN COLLABORATION Collaboration proves key to mission success Security misperceptions give way as tools get traction Organizational tweaks can supercharge collaboration Agencies are outgrowing old-school tools When it comes to collaboration, cloud is king Topics Include: It is evident that the current need to protect our personally identifiable information exceeds the capabilities of existing security, privacy and interoperability technologies. CIOPerspective 24 September 15, 2014 FCW.COM
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