Getting Global Collaboration Ready: International Community Practices to Improve Trust and Interoperability for Research
Time 03/07/19 08:45AM-10:00AM
This panel discussion will cover how new federation services and programs such as InCommon's Baseline Expectations for Trust in Federation, REFEDS Assurance profiles (Coffee, MFA/SFA, Security Incident Response Trust Framework for Federated Identity (SIRTFI)) and federation community governance bodies are helping to increase trust and the user experience for people using federated services in support of global research and education. The session will address current state of deployment of these profiles, what federation participants need to know to make effective use of them, and what they need to know to help support their users' access to federated services which support global research projects.
Speaker Karen Herrington Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Speaker Brett Bieber University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Speaker Pål Axelsson SUNET (Swedish University Computer Network)
Speaker Thomas Barton University of Chicago
Primary track Trust & Identity