SWITCH invites you on Wednesday 18. May 2022 to the Trust & Identity Meeting 2022, held as a hybrid meeting, on premise in Zurich as well as online.
Registration is open until Monday, 16. May 2022.
There you will find as well the draft agenda and meeting topics.
Details (links etc.) will be provided 48 hours in advance to registered participants.
The event is aimed at the following target groups:
- IdP, SP and RP Administrators
- Home Org Administrators
- RRA & Attribute Policy Administrators
- IdP hosting customers and
- IT staff with interest in PKI, eduroam, authentication and authorization
for both – Swiss universities that already adopted SWITCH edu-ID and the ones that haven’t yet.
The TLS protocol secures the communication between a user’s web browser and a server running a web application. The user recognises a secured communication by the lock visualised in the web browser or the
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https prefix in a link.
The security protocols TLSv1.0 and TLSv1.1 are outdated and no longer rated as secure. Therefore, web server administrators should plan to properly protect their services by updating their web server configuration to require at least TLSv1.2.
To apply this security improvement to SWITCHaai including SWITCH edu-ID, SWITCH announces the upgrade in two phases.
SWITCH invites you on Wed, 14 March 2018 to the 1st Trust & Identity WG Meeting in Berne.
The intended audience of this event are administrators of either an Identity Provider or Service Provider registered in SWITCHaai as well as the SWITCHpki registration authority operators. The participants will gain more insight into the technical details that support the seamless adoption of the SWITCH edu-ID service.
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Last week, the number of services registered in the SWITCHaai federation crossed the 1’000 line for the first time.
When the Università della Svizzera italiana, Damiano Bianchi (Servizio informatico TI-EDU) registered the ‘USI Library service’ (the 21st service of USI), this new service became the 1’000th SP available in the SWITCHaai federation.
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Back in May 2015, the Shibboleth Consortium announced July 31st 2016 as end-of-life date for the IdPv2 code base. A redesigned IdPv3.1.1 is available since March 2015. One month later, SWITCH announced the initial version of the SWITCHaai specific IdPv3 installation guide. In June and September 2015, SWITCH offered well-attended IdP training courses  on how to configure IdPv3. Since then, the number of IdPv3 installations has gradually increased to the 80% level it reached just at the beginning of the autumn semester 2016.
Continue reading “SWITCHaai Transition to Shibboleth Identity Provider v3 is 80% complete”