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A presentation by Nicole Harris at the OpenID event, 8 Nov 07, London

A presentation by Nicole Harris at the OpenID event, 8 Nov 07, London

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    OpenID and Usercentric Identity: It's All About Me OpenID and Usercentric Identity: It's All About Me Presentation Transcript

    • OpenID and User-Centric Identity: It’s All About Me Nicole Harris, JISC Executive Joint Information Systems Committee
    • An Apology Today, I will be saying very little about OpenID Joint Information Systems Committee
    • What are we talking about? Identity 2.0?? Joint Information Systems Committee
    • “in Identity 2.0, usage of identity more closely resembles today's offline identity systems, but with the advantages of a digital medium. As with a driver's license, the issuer provides the user with a certified document containing claims. The user can then choose to show this information when the situation requires.” Burton Group Joint Information Systems Committee
    • What are we talking about? The multiple identity problem? Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Multiple Identities Joint Information Systems Committee
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    • Approaches to managing multiple affiliations and lots more…… Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Identity 2.0 Is Too Ill-Defined for Imminent Deployment Gartner, 9th August 2006 Joint Information Systems Committee
    • We are talking about… What services are users accessing? Who is responsible? Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Access and Identity Within the UK User Centric Identity?? Devolved Authentication Single Central Identity Provider Joint Information Systems Committee Service Provider Credentials
    • Managing Identity or.. Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Managing Resource Access Joint Information Systems Committee
    • What’s the difference? Joint Information Systems Committee
    • It’s All About Me Joint Information Systems Committee
    • What is my Identity? Personal Information 27th April 1977 n.harris@jisc.ac.uk Victoria 07734 058308 Joint Information Systems Committee
    • What is my Identity? Stuff I like Joint Information Systems Committee
    • What is my Identity? Stuff I am Allowed to do Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Disconnecting Identity from Resources Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Can I manage my own identity? Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Can I manage my own identity? Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Can I manage my own identity? Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Redefining the institutional role as identity provider and service provider for students Joint Information Systems Committee
    • The role of the broker Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Direct Relationship between User-Institution-Resource Joint Information Systems Committee
    • No Direct Relationship Between User-Institution-Resource Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Questions When is it better for the institution to physically host the resource for an end-user? Institution provided blogs, wikis, google video etc.? When is it better for the institution to manage an identity for the end-user? (registration / revocation). When is it better for the institution to verify identity for service providers? (authentication) When is it better for the institution to broker access to resources for the end-user (authorisation process)? Can this be disaggregated from all service providers? Do we have the infrastructure to allow institutions to broker access against a user-managed identity? Where will this be important? Who benefits, and where? Joint Information Systems Committee
    • So, OpenID? Important role to play in providing the infrastructure to allow us to move forward. Better than e-mail verification. Role for institutions as an OpenID provider? Links to ‘policy-lite’ approaches. Single digital identity very important. Great for people without an identity provider. Joint Information Systems Committee
    • What is JISC Doing? Full review of access and identity management against the Information Environment. Identity Project: reporting soon. Focus on current landscape within institutions. OpenID / external identity provision study to be commissioned. Identity Metasystems study to be commissioned. Personalisation study. E-Portfolio work: ULN?? Importance of links to repositories work. Users and Innovation Programme. Joint Information Systems Committee
    • Contacts n.harris@jisc.ac.uk j.farnhill@jisc.ac.uk www.jisc.ac.uk Joint Information Systems Committee