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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.

RSA Conference Session: Federated Identity: Evolving Past Industry Strife

Federated Identity: Evolving Past Industry Strife
Presented by Brett McDowell, Liberty Alliance and Eve Maler, Sun
This presentation details the history of the Liberty Alliance as well as the history of federation, deployments, specification convergence and interoperability efforts. It also introduces the Concordia Program, a cross-industry effort to identify use cases that detail interoperability needs and drive those needs into constructive cross-industry activities.
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CPNI Conference 2007

CPNI Conference 2007
Presented by Robin Wilton of Sun Microsystems
•  RW-VSIE-Feb07.pdf 240.48 kB
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SAML 2.0 – Standard-of-choice in the Public Sector

Governments across the globe are adopting SAML 2.0 as the standard-of-choice in their federation solutions. This panel-based presentation is comprised of four case studies that provide an overview of current deployment scenarios and roadmaps governments have put in place for the wide scale deployment of SAML 2.0. Open standards are helping governments meet regional regulatory demands and vendors worldwide are helping to facilitate the adoption of SAML 2.0 technologies.

SAML 2.0 – Standard-of-choice in the Public Sector
Presented by Conn Crawford, Sunderland City Council, UK; Georgia K. Marsh, E-Authentication Initiative, U.S.; Søren Peter Nielsen, Danish Government; Tero Pernu, Finnish Board of Taxes, Finland
Governments across the globe are adopting SAML 2.0 as the standard-of-choice in their federation solutions. This panel-based presentation is comprised of four case studies that provide an overview of current deployment scenarios and roadmaps governments have put in place for the wide scale deployment of SAML 2.0. Open standards are helping governments meet regional regulatory demands and vendors worldwide are helping to facilitate the adoption of SAML 2.0 technologies.
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RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: Enabling New Usage Models While Increasing Security, Privacy, and Ease-of-Use

Liberty Alliance Standards Workshop at RSA Conference 2007

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
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Liberty 2.0 Workshop

This Workshop includes several high quality presentations, from understanding the use cases behind the Liberty Alliance specifications to actual code development. The presentations begin at a high level and drill into more technical with each subsequent presentation.

Liberty 2.0: People Service and VASRM
Presented by Paul Madsen of Co-Chair, Technology Expert Group
The application of Liberty's People Service, part of the ID-WSF standard, is explored in this presentation, with its application with VRSM (Vendor and Social Relationship Management). Use cases are presented and the use of Liberty's standards to address them are explored.
Liberty 2.0 Power to the User: New Advanced Client Solutions and Roadmap - Conor Cahill
Presented by Conor Cahill of Intel
Liberty's Advanced Client is introduced and explored in this presentation, which also reviews the evolution of the client in Liberty's specifications. The architectural functionality of the specifications is reviewed, along with future roadmaps for the work, all grounded in a commitment to privacy and security.
Liberty 2.0 Why Web 2.0 Needs ID-WSF: Building Secure, Aware and User-Focused Identity Web Services
Presented by Conor Cahill of Intel
A case study involving a mashup of Google Earth and fboweb flight tracking information stars in this presentation, which dissects the functionality at hand and the solution that Liberty's ID-WSF standard delivers in meeting the needs of: 1) SSO at the service level (as opposed to browser session level); 2) an identity model to identify parties in transations; 3) an identity model that supports chained transactions; 4) an interaction model that supports backend interactions; 5) a discovery model that allows per-user discovery; and 6) a token management model that allows context translation.
Liberty 2.0 The Higgins Project: Understanding the Architecture and Use Cases - Mary Ruddy
Presented by Mary Ruddy of SocialPhysics
This presentation introduces the Higgins Project and its goal of interoperability between identity protocols and devices. A use case is also presented.
Liberty 2.0 ID-WSF Basics: A Pragmatic Look at Identity Web Services and the Business Needs Addressed
Presented by Eve Maler of Sun Microsystems
Various deployments are explored in this presentation which explores, at a very high-level perspective, Liberty's Identity Web Services Framework and the use cases which it addresses. It also introduces the Liberty architecture, exploring the "behind the scenes" interactions that are allowed and the privacy and security it ensures.
Liberty 2.0 Introduction to Liberty Standards: Federation and Identity Web Services
Presented by Fulup Ar Foll of Sun Microsystems
A very high level introduction to the Liberty federation and identity web services standards, as well as the use cases they address. An excellent introductory piece to understanding the drivers behind the Liberty standards.
Liberty 2.0 Creating ID-WSF Services - John Kemp
Presented by John Kemp of Nokia
This hands-on presentation provides code and an approach for creating services for Liberty's ID-WSF Framework.
Liberty 2.0 Overview: Introduction to Liberty
Presented by Roger Sullivan of Oracle
Overview presentation on Liberty Alliance
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Advanced Client / Supporting the Client

Utilizing clients—any piece of software that invokes or exposes a service--has been a focus of the Liberty Alliance specifications since inception in order to achieve new features, better usability, and better addressability, given the defined and restricted communications path that a client allows. Currently Liberty has defined the LECP (Liberty Enabled Client/Proxy) and the Active Client, and work is nearing a close on the Advanced Client, with Robust Client already well defined. In this rare "futures" webcast, Technical Expert Group participant Conor Cahill will review the anticipated capabilities of Advanced Client(due in the first half of 2007) and Robust Client, defining use cases and illustrating how it can be utilized to achieve new business offerings.

AdvancedClient Webcast
Presented by Conor Cahill of Intel
AdvancedClient - to download the WebEx player please visit projectliberty.webex.com

Open Source Identity for the Web 2.0 Era

Web 2.0 has been defined as a global platform of reusable services and data with data consumption and remixing from all sources, particularly user generated data. Part and parcel of this movement is the goal of continuous and seamless updating of software and data, often very rapidly with rich and interactive user interfaces. It also offers an architecture of participation that encourages user contribution. As such, it's no surprise that with the rise of interest in Web 2.0 there has been a rise of interest in Open Source. This webcast offers an overview of the open source projects in and around identity, with specific focus on OpenSSO, an Open Source project gaining momentum that implements Liberty Federation and Liberty Web Services as well as WS-I BSP and Lightbulb, a sub-project of OpenSSO that implements a SAML 2.0 service provider in the PHP language. Pat will show how a simple PHP application can be SAML 2.0-enabled in just a few minutes.

Open Source for the Web 2.0 Era - Webcast Recording
Presented by Pat Patterson, Federation Architect of Sun Microsystems
Webex Player required to fully view the webcast.
Open Source for the Web 2.0 Era
Presented by Pat Patterson, Federation Architect of Sun Microsystems
Powerpoint Presentation
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Japan Workshop

Japan Deployment Workshop - master link to presentations
Presented by Various presenters for Japan Deployment Workshop of Various companies for Japan Deployment Workshop
See Liberty in action from the Japan Deployment Workshop
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Tokyo Workshop

Liberty, Compliance, and Privacy
Presented by Dr. rer. nat. Hellmuth Broda of Sun
SAML and Liberty for Federating Identity
Presented by Eve Maler of Sun
Liberty Alliance Interoperable Program
Presented by Roger Sullivan of Oracle
Liberty ID-WSF Overview
Presented by Conor P. Cahill of AOL
•  ID-WSFOverview.ppt 251.50 kB
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IDDY Award Winners 2006: Successful Identity Deployments Making a Difference

The first annual IDDY Awards were designed to acknowledge best-of-the-best of Liberty deployments from across the globe. Judged by a well-rounded group of identity experts from various disciplines, the awards test applicants on key areas of business and identity, including privacy, security, and ROI. Out of heavy competition, an exciting group of winners emerged. The winners present short case studies on their deployments, focusing on the impact that their Liberty-based deployments had within their business ventures. Each has a different focus and unique business drivers, and each delivers a privacy-aware, secure deployment that empowers the user to achieve new benefits.

IDDY Winners 2006: Intro
Presented by Britta Glade, Marketing Director of Liberty Alliance
Introduction to the Liberty IDDY Award Winners 2006 Webcast presentation
•  IDDYWebcastIntro.pdf 3.24 MB
IDDY Award Winners 2006: Edutech
Presented by Brian Hegeman, Coordinator of Technical Design and Development of Edutech
Federation Increases Educator Access to Resources
•  IDDY - Edutech.pdf 369.68 kB
IDDY Award Winners 2006: T-Online
Presented by Robert Zehder, Senior Vice President, Product Infrastructure of Deutsche Telecom AG, T-Com Business Unit T-Online
T-Online: Netzausweis - Identity Management in Practice
IDDY Award Winners 2006: UK Cabinet
Presented by Bipin Dattani, Director -- Criminal Justice and Shared Services of Sun Microsystems
UK Cabinet Office Government Gateway Project
•  IDDY- UK Cabinet.pdf 849.30 kB
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Deployment Workshop, Oslo, Norway

The workshop will provide active dialogue between participants and presenters, with real-time problem solving and business case analysis. You’ll explore how many organizations have successfully executed eGovernment initiatives that have brought immediate cost savings and new citizenenabling programs to life, in a very short period of time. Whether you and/or your customers are considering, implementing or already operating an identity infrastructure, this event is a must to help shorten the learning curve by hearing the experiences of those who’ve successfully executed.

Oslo, Norway Intro
Presented by Andrew Shikiar of Liberty Alliance
Introduction
Liberty Alliance, What's Next
Presented by Fulup Ar Foll of Sun Microsystems
Liberty Alliance, What's Next presentation by Fulup Ar Foll, Sun Microsystems
•  Liberty-Fulup.pdf 811.53 kB
Use case: Federated Identity for Education (Feide)
Presented by Ingrid Melve of UNINETT
Use case: Federated Identity for Education (Feide), presented by Ingrid Melve, UNINETT
•  Feide.pdf 402.28 kB
Oslo Norway Importance of Federation to Danish Government
Presented by Søren Peter Nielsen of Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
Importance of Federation to Danish Government
Oslo Norway Building a portal for citizens in Norway
Presented by Dag Efjestad
Building a portal for citizens in Norway with secure authentication and single sign on
Oslo Norway Offering SIM strong authentication in a Liberty Alliance Circle of Trust
Presented by Dr. Do van Thanh & Dr.Tore Jønvik of Telenor & Oslo Universtity College
Offering SIM strong authentication in a Liberty Alliance Circle of Trust
•  Fidelity--17102006.pdf 1.26 MB
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Liberty Identity Web Services Framework ID-WSF 2.0: Overview, Opportunity and Application

The final release of Liberty Alliance's Identity Web Services Framework 2.0 brings several important new standards-based features to the marketplace, a marketplace which has been shaped and impacted by Liberty's identity work since 2001. In addition to incorporating support for final versions of other standards such as WS-Addressing, WS-Security1.1, and WS-SMS SAMLv2 Token Profile, it also continues reinforces several key foundational capabilities that thread through all of the technical work of the Liberty Alliance. Webcast presented by Carolina Canales-Valenzuela and Paul Madsen, Co-Chairs of the Liberty Alliance Technical Expert Group.

Liberty ID-WSF 2.0 Webcast Presentation
Presented by Carolina Canales-Valenzuela and Paul Madsen of Ericsson and NTT
Liberty ID-WSF 2.0 Webcast Presentation Slides
Liberty ID-WSF 2.0 Webcast Recording
Presented by Carolina Canales-Valenzuela and Paul Madsen of Ericsson and NTT
Liberty ID-WSF 2.0 Webcast Recording. We recommend you download the Webex Player in order to view the webcast (wrf. file) -- http://www.webex.com/lp/player/download.html
•  LibWSF20-Oct-05-2006.wrf 12.61 MB
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Applying Liberty in eGovernment Globally: Two Case Studies

One of the fastest moving markets for federation and identity Web services is within egovernment activity across the globe, where tremendous cost savings are being realized with the drive toward citizen convenience and privacy. This webcast brought together representatives from the UK and Denmark in discussing their projects and business drivers.

eGovernment Webcast
Presented by Andrew Shikiar of Liberty Alliance
Overview slides on the general benefits of federation and identity Web services in citizen-focused deployments across the globe, and the role of the Liberty Alliance in assuring their success.
Federation in e-Government Case: Denmark
Presented by Søren Peter Nielsen, IT Architecture Office, National IT and Telecom Agency of Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
Business and political drivers that led Denmark to decide upon federated solutions to achieve their national goals. Analysis of Liberty Federation specifications in meeting specific business drivers.
Building a Trust Services Infrastructure (TSI): A use case for Federated Identity Management in a local government context
Presented by Conn Crawford, Strategic Projects Officer of City of Sunderland Council
The City of Sunderland Council is delivering an e-services to English citizens via smart cards designed with maximum security and privacy protection. Features include electronic ticketing, user related information, and stored value. This presentation details the business drivers and the Liberty-based technology solutions.
•  sunderland_gov.pdf 17.36 MB
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Liberty Alliance Web Services Workshop

From an introduction to ID-WSF and the Liberty Alliance Project, to use case scenarios, to a discussion of the future of ID-WSF this is an excellent starting point.

Deployment Workshop - Overview
Presented by Andrew Shikiar, Membership Director of Liberty Alliance
The goals of this workshop are to provide you with expanded Liberty knowledge (both Organizational and on the Implications of Liberty technology) and to demonstrate business drivers & real-life use case studies for web services implementations. This presentation outlines the workshop and gives some baseline information on the Alliance.
Liberty ID-WSF Overview
Presented by Conor P. Cahill of Intel Corporation
This overview provides an abridged history of Liberty to date, an overview of Identity Federation and Identity based Web Services, and finally discusses ID-WSF 2.0 and beyond.
Use Case: Applying ID-WSF for Policy and Consent
Presented by Peter Davis, Cheif Identity Architect of NeuStar, Inc.
Peter Davis of NeuStar, Inc persents a use case dealing with the problems, business case drivers, and ultimately the customer scenarios that feed into a identity solution for policy and consent.
People Service
Presented by Hubert A. Le Van Gong of Sun microsystems
This presentation by Hubert A. Le Van Gong, Architect from Sun Microsystems, covers the evolution of and issues with People Service, People Service itself, some example scenarios, and how People Service is handled by Liberty.
The Business of Identity
Presented by Roger Sullivan, Vice President, Liberty Alliance of Oracle Corporation
Business Drivers and Use Cases of Identity Web Services. This is an introduction to the Identity Web Services approach.
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Liberty and User Centric Identity Webcast

From inception, Liberty has been about putting the end user--citizen, employee, or partner--in control of his identity, offering supporting specifications for privacy and security. This webcast details how to apply Liberty standards to meet this type of deployment.

Liberty and User Centric Identity
Presented by John Kemp of Nokia
Your identity is yours...and yours alone. For many deployments, there is strong value in allowing you to make all of the decisions regarding how your various elements of identity information are shared and with whom. Liberty specifications support this choice. This presentation details how.
Liberty on the Desktop
Presented by Hubert Le Van Gong of Sun Microsystems
Once you understand the role of the "user" in controlling identity information, it's great to see it in action. This case study explores the easy implementation of user-centric identity on the desktop using Liberty standards.
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