Spring 2008 Internet2 Member Meeting

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Federations, Trust, Identity, LoAs -- When is It Important (and when NOT)

Time 04/22/08 01:15PM-02:30PM

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Session Abstract

Faculty are asking central IT departments to simplify access to a wide range of remote services, ranging from agency grants management sites, to local LMS access for cross-registered students, to access to collaborative applications being used by a research group with multi-campus international membership, to commenting on the faculty member's blog. How are the access management requirements of these situations similar, how are they different? When is a lightweight approach sufficient? When is a heavyweight approach required? What criteria might a site use when deciding on an approach? And what technical options are available to a site? What questions need addressing when crossing Federation boundaries? What criteria will a campus IdM process need to meet ("InCommon Silver") in order to access Federal agency websites (eg NIH grants management)? This session will review current thinking, and offer suggestions on how to approach these questions.

Speakers

Speaker RL Bob Morgan University of Washington

Speaker David Chadwick University of Kent

Speaker Asbed Bedrossian University of Southern California

Speaker David Walker University of California Office of the President

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Intro: Trustiness and Personiness (pdf)

Speaker RL Bob Morgan University of Washington

media item thumbnail Identity Trust Requirements at the University of California (pdf)

Speaker David Walker University of California Office of the President

media item thumbnail Outsourcing Trust (pdf)

Speaker Asbed Bedrossian University of Southern California

media item thumbnail Investigating OpenID (pdf)

Speaker David Chadwick University of Kent

Secondary tracks Middleware System and Network Security for Advanced Networks

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