Friday, August 2, 2013

Identity Week: Burlingame, CA; Nov 11-15

TechEDge eNews Update | 2 August 2013 |

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Identity Week: Burlingame, CA; Nov 11-15

Registration is now open for Identity Week, November 11-15, 2013, held in Burlingame, California, just south of San Francisco. California Community Colleges IT staff are encouraged to attend.

The event, led by Internet2, will bring together the InCommon community, identity management technical implementers and architects, and U.S. and international leaders in the field of identity and access management.

Each meeting has a separate registration, so you can choose the one(s) right for you. For links to each of these meetings, the online registration process, and the hotel registration site, please visit

CAMP Pre-Conference Workshop: Getting Started with Federated Identity Management (Nov. 13) - Those just getting started with identity management will be interested in this Wednesday afternoon workshop. The program will focus on the primary principles that underlie an effective identity management system, look at how federated IdM fits and why it is important, and introduce you to InCommon. There is a separate registration for the pre-conference. More information is at:

CAMP: Managing Identity and Access in an Era of Distributed Services (Nov. 14-15): CAMP will focus on the policy and technical challenges of implementing outsourced and cloud services. CAMP includes two tracks, “Ramping Up for Distributed Services,” and “Federation and Distributed Services: What’s Working and What’s Next.” The program for both tracks is posted on the CAMP website,

The week kicks off on Monday, November 11, with a meeting of REFEDS, the international organization for operators and architects of identity federations. You can find out more about REFEDS at

If you have questions about Identity Week or registration, please see the FAQ on the website or contact Dean Woodbeck at

Dean Woodbeck
Program Manager, InCommon

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