Networking and Infrastructure Lightning Round

Wednesday, October 29 | 3:15PM–4:05PM | Room W230CD
Session Type: Professional Development
Join this lively set of brief presentations for quick summaries of identity and access management projects. Come learn about the top-10 list of things to consider for IdM implementation, how to develop a phased approach for fast delivery of an IdM system, lessons learned in federated access management and application integration, and the role of data governance.

Applying Data Governance in Identity Management: To Serve and Protect
Brendan Bellina, University of Southern California
Demands for data can result in tension between those who collect and safeguard the data and those who leverage it. This presentation will discuss the role data governance plays at USC.

Considerations for Implementing Automated Identity Management
Ted Bross, Princeton University
Identities, roles, and privileges combine to create potential vulnerabilities for institutional data, impacting security and privacy. This presentation will show how Princeton addressed these issues and the solution we implemented.

Identity Management Rollout in a Hurry
Jason Blackader, Art Center College of Design
ACID, the Art Center Identity System, was deployed in three months. This presentation will discuss how we decided on and integrated an identity management system in midterm and share lessons learned.

Implementing Web Access Management at the University of Guelph
Zdenek Nejedly, University of Guelph
Learn about challenges and solutions to integrating web applications and services with the Sun Access Manager and about a Shibboleth pilot with the Connection Federation (edupass.ca).

Presenters

  • Brendan Bellina

    Lead IT Architect, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
  • Jason Blackader

    UNIX System Administrator, ArtCenter College of Design
  • Ted Bross

    Senior Director, CeDAR, Princeton University
  • Zdenek Nejedly

    Senior IAM Analyst, University of Guelph
  • Theresa Rowe

    Consultant (retired CIO), Oakland University

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