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Will our quality of life be improved by access to compelling and personalized online services from government and business organizations? Will the associated aggregation of personally identifying information from previously disconnected contexts be the final undoing of personal privacy?
Both outcomes appear to be possible. Sharing information about an end user across contextual boundaries could enable organizations to deliver more tailored and automated online services. Removing contextual isolation of this information could lead to damaged reputations and identity fraud.
Federatied Identity allows a digital identity managed in one context to be projected into another to authorize access to protected resources. This approach to identity management can reduce IT costs, improve user experience and increase security. This blog explores technologies, standards and products that simplify federating identities across connected systems.
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