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Enabling the Next 1,000 Subscribers: Scaling eduroam

By Sara Jeanes, eduroam product manager eduroam’s usage has grown tremendously and is available at nearly 1,000 colleges, universities, and research facilities across the US.  Internet2 is expanding and scaling the eduroam service to selected community-anchor organizations, and has been working with regional and state-wide organizations to offer eduroam to K-12 schools, libraries, and museums. After…

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Catalyst Program Brings Identity and Access Management Expertise, Support to InCommon Community

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 8, 2021– Internet2 announced the launch of the InCommon Catalyst Program aimed at supporting higher education institutions, research organizations, and sponsored partners with enabling better security, access to services, and user experience through InCommon’s integrated service and software solutions.  The program includes eight organizations specializing in a wide range of identity and…

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The National Institutes of Health: Multi-factor Authentication Requirement

June 8, 2021 This is the second in a series of emails regarding new login requirements from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Effective September 15 eRA will require you: To provide a small set of identifying information (Research and Scholarship attributes), which are detailed below To perform multi-factor authentication (MFA) for those using eRA…