2013 Internet2 Annual Meeting

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The Global Identity and Access Management Infrastructure and Your Campus Network

Time 04/23/13 03:00PM-04:00PM

Session Abstract

Identity and Access Control is growing out from the middle (ware) layer to provide services up and down the technology stack, providing new capabilities to manage networks and applications. How can your campus network, security, and interoperability benefit from the increasing global adoption of identity and access management infrastructure? What do open-source middleware projects like single sign-on and federating software (Shibboleth) and access management software (Grouper) have to do with an efficient, scalable, and dynamic infrastructure? How do the policies and technologies involved with these international projects benefit your campus network and allow security people to sleep better at night? Hear where all of this is headed and how it affects your campus IT infrastructure and your ability to interoperate with other campuses, third-party resource providers, and cloud service providers.

Speakers

Speaker Ken Klingenstein Internet2

Speaker Tom Barton University of Chicago

Speaker Jim Jokl University of Virginia

Speaker Jim Pepin Clemson University

Presentation Media

Secondary tracks Security National/Regional Collaboration Middleware Internet2 NET+ Services International Global Reach and Leadership Focus on Federations Cloud Services Advanced Network Services and Leadership

Session Media

media item thumbnail The Global Identity and Access Management Infrastructure and Your Campus Network Netcast Archive Identity and Access Control is growing out from the middle (ware) layer to provide services up and down the technology stack, providing new capabilities to manage networks and applications. How can your campus network, security, and interoperability benefit from the increasing global adoption of identity and access management infrastructure? What do open-source middleware projects like single sign-on and federating software (Shibboleth) and access management software (Grouper) have to do with an efficient, scalable, and dynamic infrastructure? How do the policies and technologies involved with these international projects benefit your campus network and allow security people to sleep better at night? Hear where all of this is headed and how it affects your campus IT infrastructure and your ability to interoperate with other campuses, third-party resource providers, and cloud service providers. media item thumbnail The Global Identity and Access Management Infrastructure and Your Campus Network Netcast Archive Identity and Access Control is growing out from the middle (ware) layer to provide services up and down the technology stack, providing new capabilities to manage networks and applications. How can your campus network, security, and interoperability benefit from the increasing global adoption of identity and access management infrastructure? What do open-source middleware projects like single sign-on and federating software (Shibboleth) and access management software (Grouper) have to do with an efficient, scalable, and dynamic infrastructure? How do the policies and technologies involved with these international projects benefit your campus network and allow security people to sleep better at night? Hear where all of this is headed and how it affects your campus IT infrastructure and your ability to interoperate with other campuses, third-party resource providers, and cloud service providers.

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