All Roads Lead to Rome – Many Factors to More Secure Data

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According to a Statisa survey only about half of the interviewed internet users in Germany use a second factor for at least one more service apart from online banking. But what exactly is two-factor, or multi-factor authentication (MFA)? And why should more people use it? The use of a second factor ensures that applications and…

Don’t Be Scared of OpenLDAP 2.5

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For more than a year there have been two versions of OpenLDAP, 2.5 and 2.6, yet there are more than a few who still use the version 2.4. This might be for different, sometimes very relatable, reasons. DAASI International however recommends to migrate to one of the higher versions. In the following text you can…

Partner Gluu Introduces New Open Source Strategy

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At the beginning of the year, the American company Gluu announced their new open source strategy with the promise of new opportunities for their customers. In order to ensure that the core functions of the Gluu Server will forever remain open source, the company started as recently as December 2020 the Janssen Project under the…

Company Anniversary – Tamim Ziai Reminisces over 10 Years with DAASI International

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After we celebrated the company anniversary of one of our team members at the beginning of this year, Tamim Ziai also celebrated his company anniversary with DAASI International in October. In line with Corona instructions, congratulations were offered via Jitsi and the jubilarian was sung about. Now Tamim has taken some time to talk about…

Trainings by DAASI International

DAASI International has been instrumentalising their expertise in IAM to support customers for more than twenty years. Throughout the years, the guiding maxims have always been: open source, open standards, transparency, and informational self-determination. In customer projects, as well as in trainings, these principles are taught and practiced by our staff members. For the former,…

BSI Warning for Log4j Vulnerability

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2021 December 11, German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has published an urgent warning regarding the “log4j 2” Java programming library [1]. See [2] for English information on this vulnerability. DAASI International is not generally using this software library, with few exceptions. The following DAASI International products and solutions are therefore not affected: OpenLDAP…

DAASI International Supports Open Source Community with a Basic Code Foundation for ICF Connector

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Technology Fit for the Future with Open Source We encounter open source technology in a growing number of everyday situations. Even politics and economy would hardly be able to function without it. A study recently published by the European Commission further confirmed this notion with their findings on potentials of open source. “We are convinced…

New Demo for IAM Software Suite didmos

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As IT service provider for IAM with open source, DAASI International offers services for multiple different solutions. For many years now, one of these solutions has been didmos by DAASI International, it is a software suite for Identity & Access Management, which is exceptional in its high level of flexibility and standard compatability. didmos originated…

Customised IT Security with Modularity and Open Source

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In our digital world, data is amongst the most valuable as well as the most vulnerable goods we have; this is especially true for personal data. Thus, for all organisations processing or managing personal data a customised IT security concept is imperative. More often than not, the necessary individual requirements cannot be satisfied with just…

Peter Gietz as Guest on Podcast for Digital Humanities

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  Since July 2020, the podcast RaDiHum 20 takes the Digital Humanities out of the academic context and brings it into our homes. In each episode, new guests discuss different topics with the team of hosts, for instance which new technology is gaining more traction, interesting new projects, or upcoming workshops within the context of…
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