Best Practices IV

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Thursday, May 12, 2011     START TIME: 14:00    LOCATION:  Ammersee II
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Meeting the Challenge of Creating an Authorisation Architecture in a SOA Environment

Date: Thursday, May 12, 2011 Time: 14:00-15:00

Meeting the Challenge of Creating an Authorisation Architecture in a SOA Environment
Stefan Rusche, Generali Deutschland Informatik Services

In a host orientated IT infrastructure, authentication and authorisation are often well-defined and implemented. Taking the next step to a SOA-architecture, new challenges occur in order to provide adequate authorisation mechanisms for SOA and even more for the combination of both worlds.

Authentication and Authorization Services and Co-operation within the Finnish National and Governmental Bodies
Reetta Järvinen, Tax Authority Finland

In this presentation I’ll concentrate on two authentication services.  One of the services is in fact an authentication service which is Hub of authentication service called Tunnistus.fi and the other one is authentication and authorization service called Katso service ( https://yritys.tunnistus.fi ). I also tell about how in Finland different public  e-services benefit authentication and authorization services. I’ll focus on to the importance of co-operation and...

Ensuring Appropriate Data Usage: IDM at EnBW

Date: Thursday, May 12, 2011 Time: 15:00-16:00

Ensuring Appropriate Data Usage: IDM at EnBW
Eleni Richter, EnBW

To be compliant with the law and with sector-specific regulations is not only a challenge for an identity managment system but offers also some interesting opportunities. The presentation will take a closer look at the identity and organizational data management at EnBW and will focus on compliance: How do challenges from the German law for data privacy protection (BDSG) and sector-specific regulations lead to a modern service oriented IDM-system which ensures appropriate data usage.

User Provisioning: Self-Service Secrets of the Masters
Philip Irby, Major US Insurance Broker

As your business grows, so does the complexity of user provisioning. Quickly user provisioning can become a nightmare, especially if you’re relying on cumbersome manual processes come audit time. Discover how one of the world’s largest insurance brokerages automated user provisioning and achieved provisioning mastery by turning their provisioning process into a self-service IT “Store” complete with graphical shopping cart and secure workflow.

How much Federation do we Need? Manageability of Diversity in Different Federated IDM-Services at KIT

Date: Thursday, May 12, 2011 Time: 16:30-17:30

How much Federation do we Need? Manageability of Diversity in Different Federated IDM-Services at KIT
Sebastian Labitzke, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

In the current talk we discuss our experience with federated identity management at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT, merger of the University of Karlsruhe and the Research Centre Karlsruhe), where a federated provisioning service has been implemented by the Steinbuch Centre for Computing (SCC) and the project Karlsruhe Integrated InformationManagement (KIM). This IDM-service is intended to overcome the heterogeneity of the highly diverse structure of organizational units (OU) of...

An Identity Provider for the Swiss Insurance Broker B2B Market
Thomas Kessler, Temet AG • Peter Kleinert, IG B2B

BrokerGate® is an identity provider in the Swiss insurance broker B2B market. It provides single sign-on and centralized user management across broker portals of multiple insurance companies. BrokerGate® was deployed by IG B2B for Insurers + Brokers, a registered association of insurance companies and insurance brokers active in Switzerland and in the Principality of Liechtenstein. BrokerGate® went life in April, 2010, and currently allows 900 users to access the broker portals...

EUReID: The Pan-European Network of eID Practitioners
Vassilia Orfanou, EUReID Consulting Team

The European Commission (EC) acknowledged the importance of eID in the multilingual and multi-legal European environment. Apart from its participation to the funding of eID related research activities, EC established and supports the networking of eID practitioners through the “European eID Observatory” (EUReID) community, established in its epractice.eu portal. ePractice.eu is a proactive initiative of the European Commission, free of charges and tailored to the needs of...


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