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Presentations & Webcasts

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: Identity Enables Mobility with Security: ICA Aligning SOA with NGN

Noted author Rakesh Radhakrishnan (http://www.identity.futuretext.com/), an IT architect with Sun, joins us to present the second in a series of webcasts exploring the intersection of Identity Management with SOA. Based on experiences Rakesh has had working in the teleco sector, Rakesh will explore the strategic significance, market requirements and all the potential possibilities of leveraging Standards based Identity Systems for an Enterprise IT environment (& Enterprise Architecture) and Telecommunication environment to provide a pragmatic view for the future in network convergence and converged services based on Service Oriented Architecture.

Identity Enables Mobility with Security: ICA Aligning SOA with NGN PDF
Presented by Rakesh Radhakrishnan of Sun Microsystems
•  ICASOANGN-Liberty.pdf 1.90 MB
Identity Enables Mobility with Security: ICA Aligning SOA with NGN webcast audio
Presented by Rakesh Radhakrishnan of Sun Microsystems
Audio Recording
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Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Security Conference - Identity Management Track

This presentation overviews the variety of standards in the identity management space, reviewing SSO and Federation, Web Services, and Advanced Clients.

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Security Conference - Identity Management Track
Presented by Conor Cahill of Intel
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An Overview of the Identity Governance Framework: Putting Privacy and Regulatory Compliance First

Aug. 2007 presentation by Phil Hunt and Prateek Mishra of Oracle about the Identity Governance Framework: the use cases it addresses and intended next steps.

An Overview of the Identity Governance Framework: Putting Privacy and Regulatory Compliance First webcast PDF
Presented by Prateek Mishra & Phil Hunt of Oracle Corporation
An Overview of the Identity Governance Framework: Putting Privacy and Regulatory Compliance First webcast recording
Presented by Prateek Mishra & Phil Hunt of Oracle Corporation
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SOA: Protecting the Architecture by Leveraging Standards

With the rapid adoption of SOA, there is an equally prominent pain point around the ability to protect the architecture as a whole. Many of the solutions currently being deployed are focused on protecting web services. However, this addresses only part of the architecture…it does not address the need to enforce policies around non-web services, the ESB, etc., and doesn’t even begin to address the proactive opportunity of enabling single sign on across the architecture in a heterogenous environment or acknowledge the roll identity has to play in the overall solution.

This webcast focuses on this business challenge, introducing a possible solution based on injecting identity into the SOA architecture through all its layers to enforce policy and enable SSO. It looks at standards such as SAML 2.0, ID-WSF, WS-Trust and WS-Security, and how they are leveraged in this solution (all you Concordia followers….this webcast is a must!). It also examines how a Security Token Service (STS) is used in this solution to enable security and translation of tokens in a heterogenous environment where we have both standards based and proprietary implementations. This webcast explores the future of federated authorization where developers can leverage XACML and SAML 2.0 as well as commerical applications that are identity aware and pluggable into and existing identity infrastructure.

SOA: Protecting the Architecture by Leveraging Standards webcast
Presented by Suneet Shah of Diamelle Technologies
SOA: Protecting the Architecture by Leveraging Standards recording
Presented by Suneet Shah of Diamelle Technologies
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Identity Governance Framework (IGF) Market Requirements Document Session at IIW

Presentation given by Phil Hunt at May 2007 IIW, offering overview of the MRD (Market Requirements Document) work around the Identity Governance Framework within the Liberty Alliance.

Identity Governance Framework (IGF) Presentation
Presented by Phil Hunt of Oracle
•  IGF IIW May15v2[1].pdf 110.37 kB
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eGovernment Workshop: Brussels, Belgium

This one day workshop from April 2007 features Catalonia, Finland, France, Spain and Norway presenting on their identity needs in order to meet citizen, government and business needs, protecting privacy, assuring security and assuring success.

Anonymous Government’s Identity Framework: use case
CATCert eIDM real cases
Presented by Ignacio Alamillo of Spain, Catalan Certification Agency
Identity Trends in Catalonia
Presented by Ignacio Alamillo of Spain, Catalan Certification Agency
Strategy for the Use of eID and Electronic Signatures in the Context of eGovernment
Presented by Katarina de Brisis of Norway, Ministry of Government Administration and Reform
Norwegian initiatives and strategies
Presented by Andreas Hamnes of The Brønnøysund Registre Center
Mon Service Public
Presented by Gaël Gourmelen of France Telecom
eID Trends in french eGovernment
Presented by Alexander Tisserant/Benoit Boute of France, Ministry of Finance DGME
VETUMA Electronic identification and signature service for citizens
Presented by Mira Nivala of Finland, Ministry of Finance
Developing customer-centric online services in Finnish administration
Presented by Mira Nivala of Finland, Ministry of Finance
Real World Case Study Presentations and Mapping to SAML/Liberty Specifications
Presented by Thomas Roessler of Austria, EGIZ, E-Government Innovationszentrum
Identity Trends in e-Government: Business
Presented by Thomas Roessler of Austria, EGIZ, E-Government Innovationszentrum
eGovernment workshop photo
Liberty eGov Day Notes, Brussels, April 2007
Presented by Sampo Kellomäki of Symlabs
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Privacy Summit, Brussels Belgium 2007

This report summarises the second in the programme of Privacy Summits organised and hosted by the Public Policy Expert Group (PPEG) of the Liberty Alliance.

070423 Privacy Summit Brussels Summary
Presented by Robin Wilton of Sun Microsystems
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Introduction to Liberty Standards: Federation and Identity Web Services Webcast

This presentation provides an overview of the next generation of Liberty architecture, looking at Liberty's solutions in a Web 2.0 world. Several use case scenarios are explored.

Introduction to Liberty Standards: Federation and Identity Web Services webcast
Presented by Fulup Ar Foll of Sun Microsystems
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Legal Frameworks Guidance: Translating Between Legal and Business Language

Webcast Legal Frameworks Guidance
Presented by Robin Wilton of Sun Microsystems
Deploying a federation takes a clear definition business need, technical know-how, and most importantly an understanding of privacy and policy considerations, which often brings with it contractual relationships with other organizations outside of the deploying organization. What's the best way to get these three groups within an organization to talk—and understand each other—the same language? This presentation reviews the Liberty Alliance Contractual Framework Outline for Circles of Trust,a document that is designed to provide guidance on addressing contractual relationship structures that will likely be part of every Liberty-enabled deployment, and provides practical outlines and checklists for developing those contractual relationships. The document explores three different types of model deployments, and the associated contractual relationship(s) needed to delineate their rights, obligations, remedies, and allocation of risk with respect to the deployment. This webcast reviews the models and associated considerations to make your deployment successful—and help your legal team understand the language of federation.
Webcast Legal Frameworks Guidance WMF file
Presented by Robin Wilton of Sun Microsystems
WMF file accompanying the Legal Frameworks Guidance webcast.
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Deployment Workshop: Citizen Portal Success Stories, Oslo, Norway

Success stories and use cases from Norway, Finland, Denmark & Netherlands utilizing Liberty Alliance technology.

Deployment Workshop: Citizen Portal Success Stories, Oslo, Norway - Agenda
Presented by Dag Efjestad of Public Roads Administration, Norway
Deployment Workshop: Citizen Portal Success Stories, Oslo, Norway - Various
Presented by Various of Various
Deployment Workshop: Citizen Portal Success Stories, Oslo, Norway - Zeef & Knubben
Presented by Zeef & Knuben of ICTU
Deployment Workshop: Citizen Portal Success Stories, Oslo, Norway - Nivala
Presented by Mira Nivala of Ministry of Finance
Deployment Workshop: Citizen Portal Success Stories, Oslo, Norway - Nielsen
Presented by Søren Peter Nielsen of ITST
Deployment Workshop: Citizen Portal Success Stories, Oslo, Norway - Efjestad
Presented by Dag Efjestad of Public Roads Administration, Norway
Deployment Workshop: Citizen Portal Success Stories, Oslo, Norway - Ar Foll
Presented by Fulup Ar Foll of Sun Microsystems
Deployment Workshop: Citizen Portal Success Stories, Oslo, Norway - Skagemo
Presented by Steinar Skagemo of Norway.no
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Digital Identity Management A Critical Link to Service Success

Digital Identity Management A Critical Link to Service Success
Presented by Eileen Healy, Tom Edrington, Stuart Sharrock of Telecompetition Group
This presentation reviews output of a marketplace study conducted by Telecompetition Group on behalf of Liberty Alliance to understand the market opportunities for identity in the telecompetition space--and the risks if telecompetition players don't take a position in identity and web services. Several scenarios and their outcome are explored. To download the WebEx Player, please visit projectliberty.webex.com
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NACHA

Web 2.0, Identity, and Payments

NACHA 2007
Presented by Conor Cahill, Identity Architect of Intel Corporation
This presentation discusses Web 2.0 in the context of identity and payments, with a mashup of Google Earth + Fboweb explored. The important of authentication is reviewed, with detailed flow diagrams presented.
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HIMSS IHE I2 Liberty Breakfast Panel

A discussion about Federated Identity Management in Healthcare.

HIMSS IHE I2 Liberty Breakfast Panel presentation recording
Presented by Bill Weems-ITMS, Sampo Kellomaki-Symlabs, Holt Anderson-NCHICA, Michael McGill-Internet2 of Various
A discussion about Federated Identity Management in Healthcare.
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Liberty Alliance / Net-ID Privacy Policy Summit

Privacy Summit Summary at Net-ID event
Presented by Robin Wilton of Sun Microsystems
Privacy Summit Summary at Net-ID event in Berlin
•  Privacy-Summit-Final.pdf 183.44 kB
Liberty Alliance / Net-ID Privacy Policy Summit - ID Theft
Presented by Robin Wilton of Sun Microsystems
•  RW-Privacy-IDTheft.pdf 372.77 kB
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Liberty Alliance Mobile Deployment Workshop, 3GSM Barcelona 2007

Presentations from Sun, Orange-FT, Telia Sonera, Ericsson, NEC, Vodafone and others make the case for the role of identity in the telecommunications space and the opportunities for those leading the way.

Mobile Deployment Workshop 3GSM 2007: Introduction
Presented by Andrew Shikiar of Liberty Alliance
An introduction to the Liberty Alliance, its membership, its goals and how to become involved.
Mobile Deployment Workshop 3GSM 2007: Identity Federation in the eGovernment Field, Including ePrescription Project
Presented by Ignacio Alamillio of Agencia Catalana De Certificacio
The Catalan Health Service has implemented an ePrescription project, which is up and running in a real production environment based on Liberty standards. This presentation explores the implementation, project goals, and strategies pursued to make this a successful, private, and secure deployment.
Mobile Deployment Workshop 3GSM 2007: Demand for Identity Services
Presented by Paola Tonelli of Vodafone
The results of a study, commissioned by Liberty Alliance and completed by Telecompetition, are shared, with a focus on the quantitative opportunity within telecommunications for operators who understand and are capitalizing on identity trends. For those who are not following a standardized solution, it also services as a wake up call to potential future lost revenues.
Mobile Deployment Workshop 3GSM 2007: FIDELITY Project: A Multi-Organization, Multi-Region Case Study
Presented by Antoine De Poorter & Mikko Laukkanen of Ericsson & Telia Sonera
The FIDELITY Project is a cooperative R&D project sponsored by EUREKA/CELTIC and several European governments, begun in April 2005 and concluded in December 2006. This presentation details FIDELITY's efforts to define identity-based use cases that included governments, businesses and non-profit organizations, with a focus on privacy and security. Many valuable lessons learned are shared.
Mobile Deployment Workshop 3GSM 2007: Why Do Operators Need Digital Identities?
Presented by Aude Pichelin of Orange-France Telecom
The key challenges facing operators dealing with "the identity challenge" is explored in this presentation, which builds the case for standards. France Telecom's deployment is explored as a use case in understanding the challenges and opportunities.
Mobile Deployment Workshop 3GSM 2007: Approaches to Digital Identities in NGN
Presented by Amardeo Sarma of NEC
Exploration of current identity fragmentation on the network and industry efforts to converge identities, making them interoperable across networks and platforms. NEC's "Virtual Identity" effort is explored and its application in a federated implementation.
Mobile Deployment Workshop 3GSM 2007: Role of Identity in the Mobile Community
Presented by Fulup Ar Foll of Sun Microsystems
This presentation is an excellent introduction to the Liberty Alliance specifications, examining use cases that drive the standards development, with an emphasis on privacy. It also introduces ID-WSF 2.0, exploring key features.
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