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27
Apr.
2022

Catalyst

Introducing Catalyst to Catalyst: Ideas and Insights from InCommon Catalysts

Edited By Apryl Motley, InCommon Communications Lead, Internet2 Trust and Identity

The InCommon Team is committed to providing you with additional opportunities to benefit from the insights and expertise of InCommon Catalysts. To that end, we will feature them in InCommon News on a quarterly basis through a Q&A column, Catalyst to Catalyst.  Think of Catalyst to Catalyst as a quarterly,…

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21
Apr.
2022

Community

Cheers to InCommon Volunteers! 6 Ways You Made Us Proud in 2021

By Netta Caligari, InCommon Community Success Manager and Ann West, AVP for Trust and Identity, Internet2 A member of the 2021 Community Trust and Assurance Board (CTAB) recently shared that the best part “about working on InCommon’s advisory committees is being able to work with others to advance the security…

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19
Apr.
2022

BaseCAMP

Calling All CAMPers! Time to Submit IAM Session Proposals for TechEX22!

By Netta Caligari, InCommon Community Success Manager

The TechEX22 Call for Proposals is officially underway and will remain open until May 6, 2022. And you know what that means for identity and access management professionals? It’s time to go CAMPing!  We invite you to submit an idea for a session and collaborate…

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14
Jun.
2022

BaseCAMP

InCommon BaseCAMP 2022 Speaker Spotlight Chad Redman

By Apryl Motley, CAE, Communications Lead, InCommon

Chad Redman Joining us in the tent again this year at InCommon BaseCAMP will be Chad Redman, systems programmer/specialist at the University of North Carolina. He will facilitate a session on Access and Grouping that he describes as providing “foundational information” for people not familiar with Grouper or…

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22
Mar.
2022

Community

We’re Accomplished!

By Kevin Morooney, vice president of Trust and Identity and NET+, Internet2

2021 InCommon Accomplishments Report Available Now Kevin Morooney, vice president Trust and Identity and NET+, Internet2 We accomplished a lot in 2021. We have an entire report to back it up and a wonderfully collaborative community to thank for all that our team accomplished last year.  The…

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14
Jun.
2022

BaseCAMP

5 Reasons to Attend BaseCAMP 2022

By Erin Murtha, Director of the InCommon Academy

We’re going camping again this year, and we want you to come with us. Registration opened March 1 for BaseCAMP 2022. Held virtually June 6 – 10,  InCommon BaseCAMP is a workshop for those new to identity and access management (IAM), new to InCommon, or both. Need a reason…

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23
Feb.
2022

Grouper

Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) with Grouper: Questions & Answers

By Chris Hyzer, University of Pennsylvania and Chair of the Grouper Project

Grouper is an enterprise group and access management platform that provides critical features to ensure the right people have access to what they need. Grouper is part of the InCommon Trusted Access Platform, an identity and access management suite of software designed to integrate with existing systems.

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23
Feb.
2022

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Time for InCommon Academy Spring Training 

By Erin Murtha, Director of the InCommon Academy

90% of participants would recommend InCommon Academy training courses to a colleague. That’s a .900 batting average and any major league club (or aspiring Little Leaguer) would be proud to boast those stats! Now is the perfect time to brush up on your skills (and hit the batting cages) or…

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21
Feb.
2022

Community

New Members Join InCommon Advisory Committees in 2022

By Netta Caligari, InCommon Community Success Manager

Community is at the heart of how we support the mission of research and education within trust and identity. We honor the variety of ways everyone comes together to develop best practices; guide the adoption of new technologies, and identify challenges to help resolve common issues in research and education. …

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