Improve access and identity management services - Jisc Digital Festival 2014

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With increasing reliance on online transactions in learning, teaching, research and institutional administration, effective access and identity management (AIM) is essential for organisations to know who their users are, and what they are entitled to access and do. This workshop will highlight quick win solutions developed by the Identity Management co-design project that focused on addressing the cultural, social and political barriers to good identity management within Higher Education from a user’s perspective. These include further development of the Identity Management Toolkit, a new Identity hub that provides an introduction to identity management and collates relevant resources, and an investigation into the identity management user experience. A new Jisc Access & Identity Management (AIM) Strategy and Plan has also been published to ensure delivery and evolution of access and identity management for the UK education and research sectors.

This workshop provides the opportunity to inform you of the Jisc AIM services that can benefit your institution and for Jisc to better understand any issues or barriers you have in adopting federated AIM services.

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Improve access and identity management services - Jisc Digital Festival 2014

  1. 1. 13/03/2014 Venue Name: Go to 'View' menu > 'Header and Footer' to change slide 1 Improve Access & Identity Management Services Speakers: Christopher Brown, Jisc John Chapman, Janet Simon Cooper, Janet Kevin Meynell, Janet Rhys Smith, Janet Mark Williams, Janet Solving the issues and planning the road ahead Jisc DigiFest14 – 12 March 2014
  2. 2. Introduction With increasing reliance on online transactions in learning, teaching, research and institutional administration, effective Access and Identity Management (AIM) is essential for organisations to know who their users are, and what they are entitled to access and do. This workshop will highlight quick win solutions developed by the Identity Management co-design project, which is addressing the cultural, social and political barriers to good identity management within Higher Education from a user’s perspective. This includes further development of the Identity Management Toolkit, a new Identity hub, providing an introduction to identity management and collating relevant resources, and an investigation into the identity management user experience. A new Jisc Access & Identity Management (AIM) Strategy and Plan has also been published to ensure delivery and evolution of access and identity management for the UK education and research sectors. This workshop provides the opportunity to inform you of the Jisc AIM services that can benefit your institution and for Jisc to better understand any issues or barriers you have in adopting federated AIM services. 12/03/2014 slide 2
  3. 3. Resources  AIM Strategy and Plan http://tinyurl.com/jiscaim  AIM Community Group https://community.ja.net/groups/access-and-identity- management-aim  Identity Management Co-design blog http://idmco.jiscinvolve.org/wp/  Identity Hub http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/topics/access-identity-management/  Identity Management Toolkit http://identity-project.org/  UK federation http://www.ukfederation.org.uk/  Shibboleth Consortium https://shibboleth.net/  eduroam (UK) – https://www.ja.net/eduroam  Certificate service – https://www.ja.net/jcs  Moonshot Community website: https://community.ja.net/groups/moonshot  Moonshot Software: https://community.ja.net/groups/moonshot/wiki/getting-started- moonshot-using-live-dvd  Moonshot Standards: https://tools.ietf.org/wg/abfab 12/03/2014 slide 3
  4. 4. © Jisc 2014 Jisc permits reuse of this presentation and its contents under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK England & Wales Licence. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/uk

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