Trust and Identity at the 2015 Global Summit
The 2015 Global Summit, April 26-30 in Washington, D.C., includes plenty of great content related to trust and identity. The Global Summit program is available here. To filter for security and identity sessions, use the track #4 filter to see the track "Cyber Security & Trust & Identity in Education & Research: A Community Built on Trust." Be sure to click the tabs for Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday to get the full picture.
Below are links to a few of the sessions that may be of special interest to the security, trust and identity community.
Monday, April 27
- Implementing a University Cyber Risk Mitigation Policy: Lessons from IT-28
- User Community Driven Development in Trust and Identity Services
Tuesday, April 28
- eduroam BOF
- Be a Hero: Enable and Maximize The Value of Identity Federation
- Campus Experiences Using NET+ Trust, Identity, and Security Services
- Grouper BOF
- InCommon Goes International: What Interfederation Could Mean to You
- Security Without Borders
Wednesday, April 29
- Trustworthy Computational Science: A Multi-decade Perspective
- InCommon Quilt Pilot BOF
- TIER Progress: What it Means for Your Campus
- Identity Management As The Security Perimeter: Creating Your Enterprise Strategy
- Creating A Security Autonomous Response NETwork (SARNET) Alliance
Thursday, April 30
- Social Identities in Higher Ed: Why and How with Real-World Examples
- Building a Virtual Research Organization Across International Borders
Of course, in addition to track sessions and working meetings, the Global Summit features top keynotes, not to mention crucial hallway conversations and enjoyable social gatherings.
The 2015 Global Summit Program Committee is chaired by Jack Suess, Vice President and CIO at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, past chair of the InCommon Steering Committee and a member of the NSTIC Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IDESG). Bruce Maas, Vice Provost for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is co-chair.