Liberty Alliance: NZ case study

September 14, 2007 at 8:51 pm Leave a comment

Liberty Alliance has just published a case study called New Zealand Sets the Pace for SAML 2.0 Deployments (pdf, 249 KB). It represents a lot of effort put in by my colleagues and Liberty- well done guys!

The Case Study is quite comprehensive and contains updated information about the work that the New Zealand Government is doing in the area of identity management and authentication. It also highlights the natural synergy between organisations deploying user-centric federated identity management systems and Liberty.

In my first post to this blog, I had mentioned “User-centric Information Sharing: A key enabler to transform government” as an area of interest in NZ going forward. The Case Study has some more information related to this in the section called Developing the Notion of Attribute Authorities.

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Entry filed under: authentication, government, identity, igovt, Lib_Alliance, network, NZ, privacy, report, SAML, strategy.

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