Matthew Tyson

Software Architect

Matthew Tyson is a founder of Dark Horse Group, Inc. He believes in people-first technology. When not playing guitar, Matt explores the backcountry and the philosophical hinterlands. He has written for JavaWorld since 2007.

What is decentralized identity?

The strange business of cybercrime

The strange business of cybercrime

How modern cybercrime syndicates adopt the ways of enterprise business, reaping the gains and suffering the difficulties.

Auth0’s Matias Woloski on prioritizing the developer experience

Auth0’s Matias Woloski on prioritizing the developer experience

The Auth0 co-founder and CTO discusses the company’s focus on developer experience, the possibilities for decentralized identity, innovations the Auth0 Lab team is looking at now, and more.

Web3 and IAM: Marching toward disruption

Web3 and IAM: Marching toward disruption

While the debate about Web3’s long-term relevance rages, the technology itself goes merrily on its way, finding ever more avenues of use. One area that is seeing interesting potential and actual developments is IAM.

The US federal cybersecurity bureaucracy: A guide

The US federal cybersecurity bureaucracy: A guide

A high-level look at the national offices and organizations involved in protecting the US from cyber threats.

The new cybersecurity mandate

The new cybersecurity mandate

Parsing the White House’s cybersecurity directives.

Ukraine, Conti, and the law of unintended consequences

Ukraine, Conti, and the law of unintended consequences

How the Russian invasion of Ukraine undid the world’s biggest ransomware gang

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