Trust and Identity Update
InCommon Certificate Service subscribers will soon have the option of using their single sign-on federated identities—as well as multifactor authentication—to access the certificate manager application.
What Does it Take to Build a National Big Data Superhighway?
MCNC Chief Technology Strategist Mark Johnson discusses the future of big data and the technology infrastructure needed to support modern science, offering key takeaways from the first National Research Platform (NRP) Workshop held this month in Montana.
R&E Networks Offer Value Beyond the Internet
OneNet Executive Director Vonley Royal demonstrates the value R&E networks provide to the customers—and states—they serve in four key areas: trust, superior network performance, expert engineering support and cybersecurity initiatives.
Dakota State Aims for the Top in Cyber Research, Education
Dakota State University plans to create a major national hub for cybersecurity research and education, thanks to a multimillion-dollar private gift to the Madison, South Dakota, school and supplemental federal and state funding.
North Carolina’s Digital Success Story
Discover why North Carolina's R&E technology strategies continue to succeed against a national backdrop of high-profile, floundering educational initiatives and significant political turbulence.
Don’t miss these other recent posts:
- James Deaton Named New Executive Director of Great Plains Network
- From UPenn: How America Is Closing the Cybersecurity Skills Gap
- From EDUCAUSE Review: DNSSEC Cryptographic Keys to Change on Oct. 11
- Featuring UW-Madison CISO: How to Protect Your University from Malware You've Never Heard Of
- Q&A with California Community Colleges’ Debra Connick: Community Colleges Can Leverage Emerging Tech while Staying Secure
- From Science Node: We Need a New Internet
- Unearthing the Legacy of Harvard’s Female “Computers”
- From University of Washington: Computer Scientists Use Music to Covertly Track Body Movements, Activity
- Featuring Arizona State CIO: The Internet of Things Goes to School
- Featuring University of Florida and University of Washington: 3D “Encyclopedia” to Show Vertebrates Inside and Out
- From NYU: Follow the Bitcoin to Find Victims of Human Trafficking
- From University of Michigan: Outdoor Drone Complex for Safe, Bold Flight Testing
- From Texas A&M: Future of Aging - Supporting Older Adults with AI
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eduroam Federated Wireless Higher Ed Member Benefit
How does your campus use eduroam to serve its students, faculty and staff? Share it with the community so more can benefit from this global wireless network access service.
NAOPpag Recap for June—September
The June, July and September 2017 meetings of the Network Architecture, Operations and Policy program advisory group focused on discussing the next generation of the Internet2 infrastructure—coincident with the release of the Research and Education Community Investment in National-footprint Network Services (RECINNS) workshop final report. Read the report for more details.
Panel to Share Rice University’s Experience Using Strong Network Identity to Reduce Security Roadblocks at TechEX 2017
Find out how this team—a security program manager, identity and access management manager, senior network architect, and systems administrator—has hit on a solution allowing their campus community access to the right services and data with fewer barriers, but still providing appropriate security. Hear lessons from their second year of implementation on October 18 at TechEX 2017.
Friends Don't Let Friends Use TLS for Metadata Consumption
Why won’t InCommon Operations serve metadata over TLS (HTTPS)? As Nick Roy explains, it’s because InCommon metadata contains all the public keys used for trust between Identity Providers and Service Providers, and must be fully tamper proof—both at rest and in transit. For this reason, InCommon and other federations digitally sign their metadata documents using private keys that are heavily protected and secured by intentionally designed processes. Read the post for all the details.
Check Out Trust and Identity Offerings at TechEX 2017
Check out Trust and Identity offerings at the 2017 Internet2 Technology Exchange including an opportunity to provide feedback and your own ideas on the strategic direction for Trust and Identity. TechEx also includes two tracks of community-submitted sessions plus the always-popular Advance CAMP (ACAMP) unconference, where attendees build the agenda on-site.
Don’t miss these other recent posts:
- InCommon Fee Increase Already Providing Value
- CEDIA Celebrates 15 Years Since Their Founding
- American Presidents in an Interactive Classroom
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