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Conception, evaluation and simulation of identity-related services in highly distributed environments

Conception, evaluation and simulation of identity-related services in highly distributed environments
type: seminar
place: SR 367, Building 20.20
time: Mon, 15:45 - 17:15
Summer semester 2009
start: 04/20/2009
lecturer: H. Hartenstein,
T. Höllrigl,
S. Labitzke,
F. Schell
sws: 2
lv-no.: 24794
Personalized and authorized access on services in highly distributed environments demands a basic analysis and evaluation of the architectural design of the used security mechanisms. In this field an identity management as a basis for authentication and authorization is indispensable. Furthermore do metrics and simulations of such systems allow to quantify potential risks during the establishment of new services or whilst service operation. This seminar will clarify conceptual possibilities of identity management systems, will evaluate authentication and authorization infrastructures and will analyze how simulations can support the development of new components and the operation of running systems.

Topics amongst others are:

  • Federated identity management and Single Sign-On systems
  • Evaluation opportunities of identity management systems
  • Agent-based simulation in Service-oriented environments