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This repository offers a wide range of business, policy and technical presentations from global conferences as well as public webcasts that have already been presented. Upcoming events and presentations are available in our Events section. Materials from these activities will be available in this Resource Center upon completion of the event.

Webcast: Liberty Alliance Privacy Summit #1 of 3-part series

The Liberty Public Policy Expert Group (PPEG) has run Privacy Summit events world-wide, gathering privacy stakeholders from many different disciplines (IT, policy, regulation, legal, academic) for a peer-to-peer discussion of strategic issues and possible solutions. Through the Summits, some key lessons were learned, and simple models were derived which help remove many of the obstacles to a productive, multi-stakeholder discussion of privacy issues. These lessons and models were explored on this webcast, along with trends to watch for in the future.

Webcast: Liberty Alliance Privacy Summit #1 of 3-part series audio
Presented by Robin Wilton, Lead Architect of Sun Microsystems
Webcast: Liberty Alliance Privacy Summit #1 of 3-part series PDF
Presented by Robin Wilton, Lead Architect of Sun Microsystems
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Workshop - Identity Federation & Web Services: Happening Today – Enabling Tomorrow

This workshop features presentations from CA, Intel, NTT, Ping Identity, and RSA, with topics ranging from case studies to emerging technologies, providing a well-rounded exposure to the business issues Liberty's technologies address and the returns organizations are realizing.

Improving Patient Care Leveraging RSA Federated Identity Manager
Presented by Dave Young of Geisinger Health System
Case study presentation by Geisinger, detailing how they are improving patient care and overall costs through implementing federated solutions.
The Intel Identity Capable Platform
Presented by Conor Cahill, Vince Merrick, Sampo Kellomaki of Intel, BT, Symlabs
This presentation details Intel's Identity Capable Platform, an Intel research project that utilizes Liberty Alliance's Advance Client capabilities (part of ID-WSF) to achieve provisioning of identities in a highly secure environment.
Auto-Connect Via Dynamic Federation
Presented by Patrick Harding of Ping ID
This presentation overviews Dynamic SAML, which aims to simplify federation connectivity for rapid secure SSO in a matter of seconds. Several use cases are presented that validate time and resource savings--as well as additional functionality achieved--through use of Dynamic SAML.
Identity and Client Security for Remote Access: Virtual Credential Container
Presented by Yukio Tsuruoka of NTT
This presentation by the NTT Information Sharing Platform Laboratories focuses on Identity and Client Security for Remote Access, focusing on NTT's Virtual Credential Container. Several use cases are explored, with future ones focused on SaaS(Software as a Service) and full convergence with Next Generation Networks.
BT and Federation
Presented by Matthew Gardiner, Robert Temple, Chris Sharp of CA, BT, MEDecision, Inc.
BT's federated deployment supports 36M+ transactions per day, 150,000 employees and partners, and 8M online customers, with a 20M customer potential. This case study presentation explores the business drivers BT experienced and the positive results they are achieving, with an eye toward more federation projects in the future.
Identity Federation & Web Services: Integrating Partner Solutions
Presented by Matthew Gardiner, Robert Temple, Chris Sharp of CA, BT, MEDecision, Inc.
MEDecision offers collaborative health care management solutions to a variety of partners. It currently partners with key portal vendors to make information available to members and providers, with significant expansion expected over the next few years. In this presentation, Chris Sharp details the importance of leveraging a good SOA design to create reusable components, allowing greater access while assuring absolute privacy of information.
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Webcast: Understanding and Leveraging the Open Source Liberty

Guided discussion by Asa Hardcastle, the developer behind the OpenLiberty code.

Webcast: Understanding and Leveraging the Open Source Liberty audio
Presented by Asa Hardcastle of Zenn New Media
•  080402 Understanding 89.34 MB
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Workshop - Understanding Liberty’s Identity Technology Standards: Built for Today, Paving Way to Tomorrow

This set of presentations targetted a technical audience, aiming to provide information about Liberty's technical standards, use cases they address, future roadmap considerations, and benefits organizations are realizing through their use today as a foundation for additional capabilities in the future.

Liberty Alliance Welcome
Presented by Bill Smith of Liberty Alliance & Sun Microsystems
This presentation provides an introduction to Liberty Alliance, its members, its mission, its accomplishments, and the road ahead.
Liberty Architecture Overview
Presented by Conor Cahill of Intel
This presentation provides an overall orientation to Liberty's technical standards and specfications, as well as a glipse to future work with Robust Client, Strong Authentication, and Identity Governance.
Rearden Commerce: Federation Enabling SaaS Case Study
Presented by Chuck Mortimore of Rearden Commerce
Delivered as Software as a Service (SaaS) to more than half a million employees in six hundred companies, the Rearden Personal Assistant leverages federation technology to help users find and purchase the services they need based on their preferences and company policies. As users schedule travel, dining reservations, corporate entertainment, package shipments, web conferences and other services, the Rearden Personal Assistant automatically updates their calendars and notifies them of any changes.
Identity Governance Framework OpenLiberty Project
Presented by Phil Hunt of Oracle Corporation
This presentation reviewed the Identity Governance Framework, a technical spec currently being developed parallel track within Liberty's Technology Expert Group, as well as Open Source code released through the OpenLiberty.org activity. A technical walk through is presented, allowing attendees to see that with proper governance, the sharing of personal information can reduce information collection, improve privacy, reduce liability, and improve business accuracy, workflow, and profitability.
Identity Assurance Overview
Presented by Russ Cutler of Confiance Advisors
This presentation reviews the aims and goals of the Identity Assurance Expert Group and SIG, with primary focus on the current work product, the Identity Assurance Framework. This technology-agnostic Framework supports mutual acceptance, validation and lifecycle maintenance across identity federation.
Liberty Advanced Client Overview
Presented by Conor Cahill of Intel
The evolution of Liberty-related clients is reviewed in this presentation, with use cases discussed for each. Particular focus is spent on the Advanced Client, its capabilities and functions, use cases it addresses, and how to technically implement it.
eGovt Birds of a Feather Session
Presented by Sampo Kellomaki of Symlabs
As part of the workshop, eGovt attendees gathered to review use cases and commonalities across their deployments. This presentation reviews some of these discussions and presents use case models for reviewing application of Liberty's specifications to meet a variety of eGovt use cases.
Services Specifications: Realizing New Business Capabilities
Presented by Sampo Kellomaki of Symlabs
The ability to easily develop identity services to sit on top of Liberty's Identity Web Services Framework is largely appealing to developers. In this presentation, Sampo reviews the technology that makes this possible and some of the services that have already been created, including Contact Book, Content Services Messaging (aka ID-Messaging), Identity based Directory Access Protocol with extensible data schema, Personal Profile, Employee Profile, and GeoLocation.
ID-WSF 2.0 Tools & Libraries & Firefox SAMLv2 ECP Extension
Presented by Asa Hardcastle of Zenn New Media
This presentation reviewed current projects and activities underway in OpenLiberty.org, with an emphasis on the ID-WSF 2.0 Client Library with a sample code overview, and the FireFox ECP Plugin. Future activities are also discussed.
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Webcast: Identity Assurance Framework: Common Organization Service Assessment Criteria

This presentation was created to facilitate a guided discussion of the Credential Management Service Assessment Criteria in the Identity Assurance Framework. Participants used this session to contribute to the editting of the document.

Webcast: Identity Assurance Framework: Credential Management Service Assessment Criteria PDF
Presented by Jim Gross of Wells Fargo
Webcast: Identity Assurance Framework: Credential Management Service Assessment Criteria audio
Presented by Jim Gross of Wells Fargo
Webcast: Identity Assurance Framework: Credential Management Service Assessment Criteria audio
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Webcast: IDDY Award Winner Case Study: New Zealand Government’s Identity Project Delivers New Citizen Conveniences and Security

Webcast: IDDY Award Winner Case Study: New Zealand Government’s Identity Project Delivers New Citizen Conveniences and Security PDF
Presented by Bill Young, Vikram Kumar of New Zealand State Services Commission
The New Zealand Government is developing a user centric framework to better utilize the Internet to meet strategic eGovernment transformation goals. Led by the State Services Commission, the project has a working title of GOAAMS (Government Online Attribute Assertion Meta System) and is being developed to enable every citizen and participating organization to use the authoritative data held about them online and in real-time, rather than having to repeatedly submit the same information across government systems. GOAAMS is being developed with input from a wide range of government agencies and international experts.
Webcast: IDDY Award Winner Case Study: New Zealand Government’s Identity Project Delivers New Citizen Conveniences and Security audio
Presented by Vikram Kumar of SSC New Zealand Government
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Webcast: IDDY Award Winner Case Study: Rearden Commerce Delivers Software as a Service (SaaS) Identity Solution Via Rearden Personal Assistant

IDDY Award Winner Case Study: Rearden Commerce Delivers Software as a Service (SaaS) Identity Solution Via Rearden Personal Assistant
Presented by Chuck Mortimore of Rearden
Delivered as Software as a Service (SaaS) to more than half a million employees in six hundred companies, the Rearden Personal Assistant leverages federation technology to help users find and purchase the services they need based on their preferences and company policies. As users schedule travel, dining reservations, corporate entertainment, package shipments, web conferences and other services, the Rearden Personal Assistant automatically updates their calendars and notifies them of any changes. This presentation explains the business opportunities and the technology behind the solution.
•  RC_IDDY_Deck.pdf 6.42 MB
Webcast: IDDY Award Winner Case Study: Rearden Commerce Delivers Software as a Service (SaaS) Identity Solution Via Rearden Personal Assistant Recording
Presented by Chuck Mortimore of Rearden
•  IDDY_05Dec07_FIN.wmv 21.57 MB
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Webcast: IDDY Award Winner Case Study: NTT Enables SSO to a PC with Strong Authentication Via a Mobile-Phone

IDDY Award Winner Case Study: NTT Enables SSO to a PC with Strong Authentication Via a Mobile-Phone
Presented by Kenji Takahashi of NTT
NTT Labs has developed SASSO, a personal Identity Provider that enables users to single-sign-on to a PC and leverage the strong authentication capabilities of the mobile phone to conduct a wide range of secure identity-based transactions. SASSO uses the increasingly ubiquitous mobile phone as an Identity Provider (IdP) to allow users to access a Service Provider (SP). Once authenticated by their own mobile phone, the IdP on the mobile phone issues a SAML assertion signed by a private key and sends that assertion to SPs. The application drives strong authentication into online transactions and leverages the convenience and privacy capabilities of the mobile phone to allow users to better control their own identity information.
•  SASSO-webcast-post.pdf 532.62 kB
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Webcast: IDDY Award Winner Case Study: eBIZ.mobility’s OneTouch Online Purchasing Offers New Online Purchasing Options, Benefits

eBIZ.mobility provides unique digital content payment processing, called OneTouch Online Purchasing, for banks, telecom service providers and digital content providers that is suited to the “open garden” model of consumer Internet browsing. OneTouch Online Purchasing allows online purchasers to charge digital downloads such as music, videos, games, ring tones and more directly to an existing account at their phone company, VoIP provider, mobile operator, bank or Internet service provider.

Webcast: IDDY Award Winner Case Study: eBIZ.mobility’s OneTouch Online Purchasing Offers New Online Purchasing Options, Benefits PDF
Presented by Gershon Kagan, Jeremy Kagan of eBiz Mobility
eBIZ.mobility provides unique digital content payment processing, called OneTouch Online Purchasing, for banks, telecom service providers and digital content providers that is suited to the “open garden” model of consumer Internet browsing. OneTouch Online Purchasing allows online purchasers to charge digital downloads such as music, videos, games, ring tones and more directly to an existing account at their phone company, VoIP provider, mobile operator, bank or Internet service provider.
Webcast: IDDY Award Winner Case Study: eBIZ.mobility’s OneTouch Online Purchasing Offers New Online Purchasing Options, Benefits audio
Presented by Gershon Kagan & Jeremy Kagan of eBiz Mobility
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Webcast: Identity Assurance Framework: Advancing the Marketplace

The Identity Assurance Framework (IAF) aims to help alleviate the industry slow down and confusion, and help simplify and speed the deployment of trusted identity federations based on standardized identity assurance and the certification of trust levels for all organizations participating in federated relationships. Slides and audio available here.

Webcast: Identity Assurance Framework: Advancing the Marketplace PDF
Presented by Russ Cutler, Jim Gross, Jane Hennessy, Brett McDowell, Roger Sullivan of Wells Fargo, Liberty Alliance
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Webcast: Identity Assurance Framework: Advancing the Marketplace audio
Presented by Russ Cutler, Jim Gross, Jane Hennessy, Brett McDowell, Roger Sullivan of Wells Fargo & Liberty Alliance
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The Identity Governance Framework: Liberty Alliance's Privacy Initiative

The Identity Governance Framework: Liberty Alliance's Privacy Initiative
Presented by John Aisien of Oracle Corporation
This presentation, given at the Fall 2007 Europe RSA Conference, provides an overview of the Identity Governance Framework. The goal of this Framework is to reduce risk for all applicable organizations by defining the creation, maintenance & use of identity data, allowing a means for enterprises to audit and implement governance against these policies.
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Webcast: Federated Identity Management, Web Services and Health Information Exchange: Technology, Policy, Case Study and Best Practices

Webcast: Federated Identity Management, Web Services and Health Information Exchange: Technology, Policy, Case Study and Best Practices PDF
Presented by Ignacio Alamillo of CATCert
This case study presentation overviews CATCert's deployment, overviewing the many identities they are working with: public, private, national, regional, local, healthcare, finance, and the trend to reduction and generalization of identities (more DNI/idCAT, less password). A strategy has been put in place to evolve to capitalize on web services capabilities. Lessons learned and detailed use case diagrams are included.
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Liberty Alliance Workshop & Training, Oslo, Norway

Liberty Alliance Workshop & Training, Oslo, Norway presentations at http://feide.no/moter/2007-10-03/

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LAP overview at Digital Identity Systems Workshop 2007

Liberty Alliance Overview at Digital Identity Systems Workshop 2007
Presented by Brett McDowell of Liberty Alliance
This presentation overviews the Liberty Alliance, its mission, its membership, and its programs. Particular detail provided on the Identity Assurance Expert Group and the Concordia Project, an independent project that Liberty helped to launch.
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Webcast: Access to Identity-Enabled Web Services in Cross Border, Inter-Federation Scenarios

Mature deployers of federated systems—and the smaller organizations with whom they are federating—are more and more facing the challenge of federating with other organizations with whom they don't have a direct business relationship as they expand their federated circles of trust. In doing so, they are able to unlock and access numerous rich identity-based web services that can be used to enhance business offerings, bring ease of use to their customers, and reduce administrative costs. But how can this best be achieved—and can it even be achieved with today's standards? This webcast, presented by the editors of a recently released whitepaper with the same title (http://www.projectliberty.org/index.php/liberty/resource_center/papers) explores different potential options to access identity-based web services in inter-federation scenarios, specifically by using features such as Discovery Service Proxying, Inter-Circle of Trust Discovery, and Direct Access. The webcast will culminate in exploring how these solutions can result in immediately interesting offerings in certain scenarios, such as those associated to roaming situations in the telecommunications industry. Teliasonera will contribute real world use case information about the application of this technology in the marketplace.

Access to Identity-Enabled Web Services in Cross Border, Inter-Federation Scenario
Presented by Mikko Laukkanen & Conor Cahill of TeliaSonera & Intel
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