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Reminder: IAM Online, Today, June 13 - Multifactor Approaches and Multifactor for InCommon Silver
Reminder: Please join us at 3 pm EDT for today’s IAM Online webinar on Multifactor Approaches and Multifactor for InCommon Silver. Details are available below (or visit: http://www.incommon.org/iamonline/).
IAM Online - Wednesday, June 13, 2012
3 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. CT / 1 p.m. MT / Noon PT
Multifactor Authentication Approaches and Multifactor for InCommon Silver
Multifactor authentication (also referred to as two-factor authentication) adds another level of complexity and security to a password-only arrangement. Interest in multifactor continues to grow, as some federal agencies move in that direction. InCommon has added service offerings in this area, as well, and some schools now plan to use a second factor as a way to meet the requirements of the InCommon Silver Assurance Profile.
Join our speakers to learn the basics about multifactor authentication, the pros and cons of different approaches to multifactor, and how one campus plans to use this approach for InCommon Silver
Rodney Petersen, Senior Government Relations Officer and Managing Director, Washington Office, EDUCAUSE
Rob Carter, Identity Management Architect, Duke University
Mary Dunker, Director of Secure Enterprise Technology Initiatives, Virginia Tech
We use Adobe Connect for slide sharing and audio: http://internet2.adobeconnect.com/iam-online. For more details, including back-up phone bridge information, see www.incommon.org/iamonline.
ABOUT IAM Online
IAM Online is a monthly online education series including essentials of federated identity management, hot topics from the EDUCAUSE Identity and Access Management Working Group, and emerging topics in IAM. Experts provide overviews, answer questions and lead discussions. IAM is brought to you by InCommon in cooperation with Internet2 and the EDUCAUSE Identity and Access Management Working Group.