Vin McLellan <vin @
net> writes, along with much interesting stuff:
>SDTI's proposed ESS architecture offers one possible option for the
>firewall mavens and corporate security managers worrying about how to
>manage an immediate future of encrypted telecom and PKC-certificate
Where can I get more info? There does not seem to be any on Securid's
web site. I'm one of those firewall mavens, looking at supporting
people accessing web data via SSL with authentication by client
certificates. The big risk, as I see it, is that the laptops that our
"road warriors" have can hardly be considered trustable machines.
What I would love to see is a Securid-type PCMCIA card, with the
browser automagically using it to authenticate each https request.
Steven Gaarder Network and Systems Administrator
com C-MOLD, Ithaca, N.Y., USA