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Introduction to Shibboleth and the IAMSECT Project
2 What is Shibboleth? Authentication management Authorisation management (Open Source) Software A decentralised, key-based trust model Web-based
3 Overview Users and Services, now Users and Services, with Shibboleth ID Providers The IAMSECT Project Demonstration #1 - Shibboleth & BB Demonstration #2 – BIOSIS (live) Questions
4 Users and Services - now Many username & password pairs Tools to manage them Means of Coping Managing user lists ‘remote users’ Keeping up-to-date UsersServices Confidentiality Security
5 User and Services - Shibboleth One Home institution One username and password No user lists Federations UsersServices How?
6 Identity Providers Assert someone’s identity You want your users to access remote services Only worry about your own users
7 Federations Groups of Identity & Service Providers A set of agreed policies Mutual trust (via symmetric keys)
8 IAMSECT Inter-institutional Authorisation Management to Support eLearning with reference to Clinical Teaching
9 IAMSECT JISC funded Collaboration between Durham, Northumbria, Newcastle Shibboleth isn’t trivial Technical issues Managerial issues Confidentiality - Clinical Teaching
10 Demonstration #1 (theoretical) At present, theoretical Durham Blackboard (Service Provider) Newcastle login (Identity Provider)
11 Demonstration #1
12 User attempts to access Service
14 User redirected to ‘WAYF’
16 User selects their Identity Provider
18 I.P. authenticates User Active Directory
19 User redirected back to Service Active Directory
21 User accesses Service Active Directory
23 Demonstration #2 (live) EDINA BIOSIS e-journal Service SDSS federation WAYF Newcastle Identity Provider
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