It’s not going to be a surprise that I’ve been working with Decentralized Identity over the last couple of years. A common thing I find myself doing is checking/debugging DID documents. Like many others I started with tools like the ION Network Explorer for the ION network and pasting in DID Web URLs into a browser.… keep reading
In this post I detail a module I’ve just published that is another of those I’ve done this before, but how do I find it again moments. Converting from Windows and Unix timestamps with PowerShell. A number of the PowerShell Modules I’ve published do contain the Unix timestamp conversion, but I couldn’t find Windows timestamp conversion as a function that I know I’ve previously written.… keep reading
Approximately five years ago I rolled through a number of Identity and Access lifecycle management projects that used SAP SuccessFactors as the source of authority for user data. It isn’t uncommon to use a HRM solution to source identity data, but it is never a one way street.… keep reading
I started this post in 2019 when I was travelling a lot (domestic and internationally) and was trying to have a refined functional mobile remote working setup. A setup that was always ready to go and provided a balance between capability and lightweight mobility.… keep reading
This week Microsoft announced that Microsoft Entra Verified ID has moved from public preview to general release. This has been quite the journey with general release being postponed twice that I’m aware of. I’ve been actively following the development of it since I was first introduced to it at the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Summit in Redmond way back in March 2019.… keep reading
Recently I had a request to integrate Azure AD for SSO into SailPoint IdentityNow. And as weird as it sounds previously integrations had been either with Active Directory or other IDentity-as-a-Service Providers (IDaaS).
It shouldn’t be too hard. I had visited the Service Provider IdentityNow Administration configuration screen before.… keep reading
Update: 21 July '22 Our Identity for All hackathon submission was runner up finalist.
It’s only been four months since the last Microsoft Hackathon targeted at my area of expertise. And Microsoft are back with another one. This time it is the Microsoft Identity for All Hackathon again hosted by DevPost.… keep reading
Previously I have written a number of posts on interacting with Azure AD using the Microsoft Authentication Libraries (MSAL) and Python. This page here lists those posts along with a series using PowerShell. The Python related posts also detail decoding Azure AD access tokens with Python to determine when the access token will expire.… keep reading