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RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards

Liberty Alliance Standards Workshop at RSA Conference 2007

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RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: Enabling New Usage Models While Increasing Security, Privacy, and Ease-of-Use, 02/05/2007, Esplanade 305, Moscone Center, SF, CA
RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: Introduction
Presented by Jason Rouault of Liberty Alliance
•  LAPworkshopintroFeb07.pdf 918.53 kB
RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: HP
Presented by Greg Whitehead of HP
Liberty's Advanced Client is introduced here, with an exploration of the history of client support within the Liberty standards and provisioning the Advanced Client. ID-WSF is also explored, as well as HP Select Federation.
RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: Higgins Project
Presented by Mary Ruddy of Higgins Project
The Higgins Project, sponsored by Novell, is developing an extensible, platform-independent, identity protocol-independent, software framework to support existing and new applications. Its goal is to improve interoperability, privacy, and security as well as empower users with more control over their personal information. This presentation demoed interoperability between Microsoft's CardSpace and Liberty-based products, all in an Open Source environment.
RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: Intel
Presented by Conor Cahill of Intel
The Intel Identity Capable Platform, based on Liberty's ID-WSF, is a trusted environment which offers full lifecycle support for Manageable Identities, that can provision, update, delete, activate, deactivate, and aerialize/deserialize. Offering complete portability, it is capable of over the wire/air as well as physical provisioning with policy-controlled access and operations. This presentation details this project and its use of the Liberty standards.
RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: Intel Identity Capability
Presented by Intel Literature of Intel
This piece details the Intel Identity Capable Platform, which was demoed.
RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: Novell
Presented by Justin Taylor of Novell
This presentation provides an introduction to the challenges of federation--and the challenges it solves. It introduces the three pillars of identity: federation, virtualization and synchronization, exploring a case study that shows the promise that a standards-based identity approach allows.
RSA Conference Workshop: Remote Provisioning of Soft Credentials
Presented by TK Ng and Dipak Patel of BT
This presentation showcases a working implementation of provisioning secure credentials to consumers, using Liberty Alliance protocols and specifications. It is based on a proof-of-concept project between Intel, HP and BT. Their converged service proposal offers three main benefits: improved user experience, network agnostic access with universal coverage, and support for extended range of multi-mode user devices. The use case is explored in-depth in this presentation.
•  BT RSA slides.zip 10.62 MB