Anil John
Making Digital Services Secure and Trustworthy

Anil John

Risk Management

Managing Identity Risk, Transaction Risk and Compensating Controls

Identity Risk. Design-time.

Managing the implementation of checks and controls required to ensure a particular level of assurance associated with a credential

Transaction Risk. Run-time.

Managing the implementation of checks and controls within the authentication process itself to ensure that a transaction can be trusted

Compensating Controls. The final defense.

Managing the implementation of checks and controls to mitigate the uncovered risk resulting from the mismatch between the assurance level provided by the credential and the assurance level required by the relying party

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Near Real-Time Anomaly Detection and Remediation

Components of an anomaly detection and remediation compensating control
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