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May 28th, 2008
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Gold Coast Room (3rd Floor)
Mountain Time
Successful IT infrastructures and architectures are expected to nimbly provide the context for protecting and sharing information and identities. In today's world, new legislation, expectations from faculty and students, and managing risk several times a second are all threats to keeping current services relevant and time to market for new services reasonable. Understanding the importance and nature of the intersection created by security, identity, and policy is vital to planning the future of our infrastructures and architectures.