Taxonomizing Access Management Use Cases
Time 10/06/09 07:30AM-08:30AM
During the June Access Management CAMP, attendees expressed interest in pursuing a model Rob Carter from Duke and Scott Fullerton from University of Wisconsin presented for the decomposition and taxonomization of access management use cases. The goal of the model is to provide identity management professionals with a tool for matching emerging access management solution patterns to real-world problems in access management encountered within their organizations We continue to work with the MACE-Paccman group to collect and refine use case descriptions from a wide range of environments within higher ed, the open source software community, libraries, higher ed-focused businesses, and virtual research organizations. This SIG will outline the latest work toward refining the model, and offer interested individuals an opportunity to find out about the work thus far and to participate (both by bringing new real-world use cases and by participating in the further refinement of the model) in the effort.