The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and MFA
An Open Forum to Help You Understand and Meet the new NIH requirement of Multifactor Authentication
On-Demand: Event Posted August 27, 2021
Complimentary Online Briefing
The National Institutes of Health will be requiring multi-factor authentication for most if not all services starting September 15th, and InCommon® members will need to be prepared for these changes. In this open forum webinar, Unicon Software Architects Mike Grady and Jonathan Johnson and Senior Software Engineer Paul Spaude will be shedding light on the new MFA and single sign-on (SSO) requirements to access NIH resources. If you are using the standard authentication handlers of Shibboleth IdP, CAS Server, or SimpleSAMLphp for your federated SAML IdP, then this webinar will prepare you to adapt seamlessly to the new NIH requirements.
Download the slides from the presentation here.
Mike Grady - IAM Architect, Unicon - Mike has expertise in a broad range of IT, with deep knowledge specifically in higher education IT, identity management, and research cyberinfrastructure. Since joining Unicon in 2012, Mike has focused on Identity and Access Management (IAM). He assists clients with a broad range of IAM needs, including strategy and assessment, consulting, implementation, and support. He has been involved with InCommon and Internet2 for years, and is currently a member of the InCommon Technical Advisory Committee.
Jonathan Johnson - Software Architect, Unicon - Jonathan has extensive experience in deploying IAM solutions scaling from just a few users to 100 million, and has supported web and federated SSO systems for clients in education, healthcare, insurance, and more.
Paul Spaude - Senior Software Engineer, Unicon - Paul has over 10 years of professional experience in creating, designing, and improving software solutions and services with an emphasis on web development and systems integration.
Charise Arrowood - Senior Director, IAM - Unicon - Charise is a Senior Director at Unicon and has been with the company for over 14 years. Her primary goals stem around security and access, as she leads the Identity and Access Management Program for Unicon.
Who Should Attend?
CISOs, IAM Directors, InCommon Members