Mistakes in identity

Friday, 15 September 2006, 10:38 AM EST

No system works perfectly all the time, but for something as fundamental as being able to prove who you are and get access to what youíre supposed to be able to do, we need to set things up so thereís a fall-back plan.

Breaking your identity up into pieces is good for security as long as we have audit trails and procedures for dealing with the problems.

At The Register.

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