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2012 InCommon Confab Program: Scaling Community Trust

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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Speakers slides, where available, are linked in the text of the sessions.

Please note that the conference registration does *not* include breakfast Thursday or Friday

8:30-9:45

Opening Session (Salon H/J)
Keynote: Ian Glazer (PPT)
Director, IT Professionals Identity and Privacy Strategies,
Gartner Group

 

 

Reaching Orbit Track (Salon K)

After You've Achieved Orbit Track (Salon H/J)

9:45-10:00

Refreshment Break (Salon F/G)

Refreshment Break (Salon F/G)

10:00-11:00

This session will feature Recommended Practices (PDF) for implementing federation with a focus on managing and publishing your metadata in the Federation.

Also, this session will have an Introduction to Assurance (PDF), explaining both the concept of identity assurance as well as the newly-launched InCommon program.

Speakers:
Tom Scavo, InCommon Operations Manager
Ann West, InCommon Assurance Manager

The long term success of InCommon relies on Bridging the .Com/.Edu Divide.  Learn what InCommon participants are doing to make that happen.

Panelists:
Doug Falk, National Student Clearinghouse
Ian Glazer, Gartner Group
Jack Suess, UMBC (moderator)
Kevin Morooney, Penn State University



11:00-11:15

Program Break

Program Break

11:15-12:15

This session will feature an InCommon Affiliate Panel. Learn how to accelerate your institution by leveraging the experience of commercial partners dedicated to helping you succeed in your federation initiatives.

Moderator: 
Chris Bongaarts, University of Minnesota

Join the Advanced Technical Recommended Practices discussion to learn about emerging areas of federation practice, including the new Research & Scholarship Service Provider category.

Conveners:
RL Bob Morgan, University of Washington
Renee Shuey, Penn State

12:15-1:30

Lunch (Skyview)

Lunch  (Skyview)

1:30-2:45

Keynote: Ken Klingenstein  (Salon H/J)
Sr. Director for Middleware and Security, Internet2
Slides (PPT)


 

Reaching Orbit Track (Salon K)

After You've Achieved Orbit Track (Salon H/J)

2:45-3:00

Refreshment Break (Salon F/G)

Refreshment Break (Salon F/G)

3:00-4:00

Attend this session to hear two Case Studies in Collaboration that illustrate the value that InCommon brings to scholarly pursuits.  Learn how institutions of all sizes can benefit from the flexibility that federated identity brings.

Also, learn about a Case Study in the InCommon Certificate Service and it can transform the way your institution manages certificates.

Speakers:
Scott Koranda, LIGO
Anurag Shankar, Indiana CTSI HUB
Jim Jokl, University of Virginia

Explore the implementation nuts-and-bolts of the InCommon Assurance Program (PDF). This session will explore how institutions are leveraging Active Directory (PDF) and two-factor authentication to meet the requirements of the Silver profile.

Speakers:
Mary Dunker, Virginia Tech
Mark Rank, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Warren Curry, University of Florida

4:00-4:15

Program Break

Program Break

4:15-5:15

General Session (Salon H/J)
Enabling New Business Models: Leveraging Federated Identity to Streamline the Higher Education Admissions Process

Speakers:
Arnie Miles, Georgetown
Dave Moldoff, AcademyOne
Michael Sessa, PESC


Friday, April 27, 2012

Please note that the conference registration does *not* include breakfast Thursday or Friday

8:30-9:45

Keynote: (Salon H/J)
Anil John,
Digital Security and Service Orientation Expert,
FICAM and U.S. GSA


 

Reaching Orbit Track (Salon K)

After You've Achieved Orbit Track (Salon H/J)

9:45-10:00

Refreshment Break (Salon F/G)

Refreshment Break (Salon F/G)

10:00-11:00

Learn how to create Enterprise-Grade Federation with a discussion of strategies for high availability and change control, how to manage the attribute request pipeline, and much more.

Speakers:
Nate Klingenstein, Internet2
Mark Miller, Penn State

This Panel Discussion on Federal IdM will drill more deeply into the material presented in the opening keynote.  Join the conversation and learn about the exciting opportunities that are right around the corner.

Panel:
Debbie Bucci, NIH
Deborah Gallagher, FICAM and GSA
Anil John, FICAM and GSA 
Ken Klingenstein, Internet2
Kevin Morooney, Penn State (moderator)

11:00-11:15

Program Break

Program Break

11:15-12:30

General Session: Future of Federation Technology (Salon H/J)
Speaker: RL Bob Morgan, University of Washington
Slides (PPT)


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