ITANA Screen2Screen: Enterprise Authorization


Reminder, this Thursday, ITANA will hold a Screen2Screen session on Enterprise Authorization.

Date: April 16, 2009
Time: 1:30PM to 3:00PM Eastern Daylight Time
Agenda Part 1 is a presentation and discussion, Part 2 is a working session on the topic.
How to Join: See the instructions below.

Topic: Enterprise Authorization, Marina Arseniev

Truly enterprise-wide authorization solutions present challenges from the technology perspective and even more challenges from the business and cultural requirements perspective. Questions about scope, granularity, roles, delegation, and data integration with vendor and other software continue to be posed in many institutions where authorization solutions have difficulty meeting campus needs. Specific common problems and case studies, such as campus-wide access audits, are the focus of this session. We will share real-world experiences, identify common requirements and discuss solutions (successful or possibly not) to better understand common challenges.

This session will discuss why enterprise authorization is so elusive for so many of our institutions; it will be a forum to share successes and failures. The goal is to define what specific actionable steps or decisions architects across our campuses might be able to make that bring vision and clarity back to their organizations.

Marina Arseniev is Director of Enterprise Architecture, Security and Data Management Services for UC-Irvine

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How to Join the Screen2Screen Session:

There are two portions of the Screen2Screen. You should join both the web collaboration space as well as the conference call.

For the web collaboration space, connect via web browser at this URL:

For the conference call, dial into the phone bridge below:

To join the call, do one of the following:
a. +1-866-411-0013 (toll free US/Canada Only), or
+1-734-615-7474 (Non-US/CA, non-toll free)
PIN: 0140398 (followed by “#”)

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