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Stuart Gentry is an InfoSec Institute contributor and computer security enthusiast/researcher. He holds a Master's degree in Information Assurance with GSEC and GCIH certifications. He has been interested in hacking since 1984 and has become more focused in software reverse engineering and malware research since September 2011. Stuart is always looking to learn new coding languages and exploitation methods. Contact Stuart via email at gentry_s1@yahoo.com or LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/stuartgentry.

Identity Management and Access Control in a Single Sign-on Environment

In this article you will learn the following information:

How businesses manage electronic identities and provide access control to their employees, customers, and, potential partners in a single-sign-on (SSO) environment.
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