When I joined Resilient Network Systems as CEO roughly a year and a half ago, I was very excited about how the company was revolutionizing the world of information sharing and creating a safer Internet. Being able to safeguard the data being accessed, while enabling more sharing and collaboration is a key for organizations to stay competitive. Having served as CIO of the IRS and later the US Department of Homeland Security, along with having 20 years of serving private sector clients in financial services and telecommunications industries, I have seen first hand that the world of data access and user privacy is changing and organizations need to rethink how they safeguard and extend access at the same time.
We developed The Trust Network Platform to enable organizations to orchestrate all their policies to safeguard data and systems access for all internal and external end users. Traditional approaches have focused on locking things down, building up the castle walls and protecting them at all costs, but that approach simply doesn’t work in the modern enterprise. We believe that information is only valuable if it’s available to the right people at the right time. When you think of access today, it’s no longer limited to people inside the castle walls, but a whole multitude of users outside, whether it be customers, partners, contractors, agencies or even devices or things. They all need real-time access to use the data in meaningful ways to deliver value for their organization and their customers.
We are launching the The World of Limitless Identity blog to keep you up-to-date on things, including:
- Deep excursion into the Trust Network Platform and our Trust Network as a Service (TNaaS)
- Commentary about Information Technology and Information Safeguards
- How to use The Trust Network to secure access and safeguard data.
At Resilient, we strive to deliver the best policy orchestration platform for better security and appropriate access, and one that you want to use; simple and resilient.
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