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Multi-Protocol Identity Provider Architecture Considerations Uppili Srinivasan, Oracle
Identity Network Ideals – Heterogeneity & Co-existencePoint-to-point E-Business Relationships Partner Networks & Consortiums Internet Commerce Social Networks & Blogs Identity Solutions SAML Federation WS-Trust / WS-Federation OpenID Protocols Token Payload SAML X.509 Kerberos OpenID Circle of Trust User Mediated Dynamic Trust Point-point E-Business Trust Trust Fabric Ideal Architecture: Multi-Protocol but integrated Trust model, token types and protocols decoupled Legacy / Current : Multi-protocol Identity silos Trust model, token types and protocols tightly coupled in each silo (Adapted from Kim Cameron’s “ID meta-system Ideals”)
Card Based Authentication in SAMLCard Enabled SAML IDP SSO / Card RP SP STS IDP SAML
Multi-Protocol Identity EnvironmentCard Enabled End-users Outsourced (Web) Services WS-Trust / WS-Fed Partner circle of trust OpenID Consuming ISPs SAML OpenID OpenID Card RP STS SAML Protocol Facades Multi-protocol Identity Provider
Common Authentication & Trust InfrastructurePartner Networks & Consortiums Point-to-point E-Business Relationships Internet Commerce Social Networks & Blogs Interconnected Heterogeneous Identity Network Integrated Multi-protocol Technology Infrastructure SAML WS-Trust / WS-federation OpenID Identity Provider and Single Sign-on Services Token / Trust & Federation Services Attribute Authorities Session Mgmt Pseudonym & Privacy Handling Trust & Policy Mgmt Credential & Token Handling Card Enablement & Mgmt Attributes / Claims Access Authorization Decision Services Common Authentication and Trust F/W APIs
Multi-Protocol IDP Scenarios & BenefitsSession management & global sign-off Consistent enforcement Privacy policies Trust policies / authorizations Single point of administration Card provisioning & enablement Attribute services External (IDP) token / credential service Trust policies and authorization
Secure Single Sign-On Across Security Domains
PASSPrivacy, Security and Access Services Don Jorgenson Introduction to Security and Privacy Educational Session HL7 WG Meeting- Sept
Click to edit Master title style HEALTH INFORMATION 1 Identity & Access Management Presenter: Mike Davis (760) January 09, 2007.
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© 2012 SecureAuth. All rights reserved. 2-Factor Authentication and Single Sign-On in a Mobile World Thursday, December 5,
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Office 365 Identity June 2013 Microsoft Office365 4/2/2017
Agenda AD to Windows Azure AD Sync Options Federation Architecture
Eunice Mondésir Pierre Weill-Tessier 1 Federated Identity with Ping Federate Project Supervisor: M. Maknavicius-Laurent ASR Coordinator: G. Bernard ASR.
Authentication solutions for Outlook and Office 365 Multi-factor authentication for Office 365 Outlook client futures.
Xavier Verhaeghe Vice President Oracle Security Solutions
Kim Cameron Integration Imperative Cloud Computing Compliance++ Compliance++ Mergers, Supply Chain, Outsourcing, Partnering, Globalization, …
WSO2 Identity Server Road Map
Will Darby April What is Federated Security Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) Overview Example Implementations Alternative.
Access Control Patterns & Practices with WSO2 Middleware Prabath Siriwardena.
Infocard and Eduroam Enrique de la Hoz, Diego R. L ó pez, Antonio Garc í a, Samuel Mu ñ oz.
Copyright © The OWASP Foundation Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the OWASP License. The OWASP.
1 ARPA A regional infrastructure for secure role-based access to RTRT services Ing. Laura Castellani Tuscany Region.
Digital Identities for Networks and Convergence Joao Girao, Amardeo Sarma.
Dorian Grid Identity Management and Federation Dialogue Workshop II Edinburgh, Scotland February 9-10, 2006 Stephen Langella Department.
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