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eduroam, EAP-TLS, and CILogon: Roaming with Certificates, not Passwords

Time 10/03/11 01:15PM-02:30PM

Session Abstract

This session will provide a brief introduction to eduroam and present recent work to support certificate-based eduroam access for improved security. eduroam (education roaming) is the secure worldwide federated network access service developed for the international research and education community that is supported in the United States by the eduroam-US project. The eduroam infrastructure uses RADIUS, 802.1x, and EAP to securely route the authentication request for a roaming user back to the user

Speakers

Speaker Philippe Hanset University of Tennessee

Speaker Jim Basney National Center for Supercomputing Applications

Speaker Jim Jokl University of Virginia

Speaker Milan Sova CESnet

Speaker Jeff Hagley Internet2

Speaker Ryan Martin Internet2

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail CILogon: Network Roaming with Certificates (pdf)

Speaker Jim Basney National Center for Supercomputing Applications

media item thumbnail eduraom, EAP-TLS, and CILogon (pdf)

Speaker Jim Jokl University of Virginia

Secondary tracks Middleware and Federations Middleware

Session Media

media item thumbnail eduroam, EAP-TLS, and CILogon: Roaming with Certificates, not Passwords Netcast Archive This session will provide a brief introduction to eduroam and present recent work to support certificate-based eduroam access for improved security. eduroam (education roaming) is the secure worldwide federated network access service developed for the international research and education community that is supported in the United States by the eduroam-US project. The eduroam infrastructure uses RADIUS, 802.1x, and EAP to securely route the authentication request for a roaming user back to the user media item thumbnail eduroam, EAP-TLS, and CILogon: Roaming with Certificates, not Passwords Netcast Archive This session will provide a brief introduction to eduroam and present recent work to support certificate-based eduroam access for improved security. eduroam (education roaming) is the secure worldwide federated network access service developed for the international research and education community that is supported in the United States by the eduroam-US project. The eduroam infrastructure uses RADIUS, 802.1x, and EAP to securely route the authentication request for a roaming user back to the user

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