The Year Ahead in IAM, the 2024 Edition: Ideas & Insights from InCommon Catalysts
Thursday, February 15
Participants heard hour of ideas and insights from InCommon Catalysts. These experts provided analysis of how current trends in identity and access management will play out in the year ahead as well as their forecast for what’s next.
Representatives from Cirrus Identity, Evolveum, Instrumental Identity, Moran Technology Consulting, Omnibond, Provision IAM, Unicon, and West Arete
Ann West, AVP, Trust & Identity, Internet2
When Microsoft published documentation and guidance on multilateral federation for Azure Active Directory (now Microsoft Entra ID) campuses this spring, it was the culmination of several years’ worth of collaboration between Microsoft, IAM industry providers, and the InCommon community.
Participants joined us for a discussion about its potential impact on the research and education community. Our speakers shared more about the significance of this milestone, how the R&E community worked together to make it happen, how two campuses integrated Entra ID and the Cirrus Identity Bridge for multilateral federation, and the possibility it will pave the way for R&E working more cooperatively with industry identity solutions.
Corey Lee, Microsoft
David Warden & Jack Truckenmiller, SUNY Geneseo
Stephen L. Tycer & Selena Hriz, University of Arkansas