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Tuesday
Oct 12th, 2010
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting Room 205B
Pacific Time
Managing security and privacy is an ongoing challenge, compounded by the expanding interest in software as a service (SaaS) and cloud computing. A growing number of campuses are turning to federated identity access to services, through the InCommon Federation, as a solution. We will discuss the value the federation can provide to your campus infrastructure, explain the concept and benefits of participating in InCommon, and cover all of the facets of joining: campus policy requirements, preparing your identity management infrastructure, choosing and installing the appropriate standards-based software, and collaborating with other campuses and with resource providers. We'll also discuss how the federation and the concept of levels of assurance can enhance your security and privacy architecture.
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For those at #e10_sem04a for a UK perspective the JISC Identity Management toolkit is available to download here: http://bit.ly/cjsJOn

identity assurance and NIST level 2 described in Bulletin 800-63. (PDF here: http://bit.ly/cMZMoK ) #E10_SEM04A #educause2010 #incommon

Great session. This resource may also be of interest to attendees.

The JISC Identity Management toolkit is available to download here: www.Identity-Project.org.

It provides guidance and practical support tools to help institutions address the challenges of managing identity efficiently. Before the toolkit was launched, it was tested and refined by use in practical projects at Kidderminster College and the universities of Bristol, Oxford and Newcastle.

Best wishes, Anna

I hadn't heard of http://www.project-moonshot.org/ until today #E10_SEM04A #educause2010

At #E10_SEM04A where we're talking about #InCommon http://bit.ly/b7vjTP vs the Athens model http://bit.ly/bmAQbU #educause2010


Comments

For those at #e10_sem04a for a UK perspective the JISC Identity Management toolkit is available to download here: http://bit.ly/cjsJOn

identity assurance and NIST level 2 described in Bulletin 800-63. (PDF here: http://bit.ly/cMZMoK ) #E10_SEM04A #educause2010 #incommon

Great session. This resource may also be of interest to attendees.

The JISC Identity Management toolkit is available to download here: www.Identity-Project.org.

It provides guidance and practical support tools to help institutions address the challenges of managing identity efficiently. Before the toolkit was launched, it was tested and refined by use in practical projects at Kidderminster College and the universities of Bristol, Oxford and Newcastle.

Best wishes, Anna

I hadn't heard of http://www.project-moonshot.org/ until today #E10_SEM04A #educause2010

At #E10_SEM04A where we're talking about #InCommon http://bit.ly/b7vjTP vs the Athens model http://bit.ly/bmAQbU #educause2010