Learn about the Trust and Identity Pathfinder Project and how we are co-designing a connected and secure digital research ecosystem.
About the event
The Australian Access Federation’s (AAF’s) Trust and Identity Information Session will outline our Pathfinder Project and how we are co-designing a connected and secure digital research ecosystem with national research infrastructures (NRIs).
The Australian Government’s 2021 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap identified trust and identity as fundamental research infrastructure, that underpins every aspect of modern research and will create significant advances in outcomes for Australian researchers.
AAF is building a Trust and Identity Framework that includes common policies, standards and technologies so researchers will enjoy a more cohesive network of services. Through one username and password researchers, industry, higher education and government will be able to seamlessly access multiple national research capabilities.
- Dr David Kelsey – UK Science and Technology Facilities Council and Co-Chair of AEGIS Policy Working Group
- Dr Steven Manos – Australian BioCommons, Associate Director, Cyber Infrastructure
- Mark Gray – Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre, Head of Strategic Partnerships
- Peter Bugeia – National Imaging Facility, Senior Manager
- Karl Sellmann – Flinders University Chief Information Security Officer
Who should attend
This information session is suitable for:
- National research infrastructures
- Technology specialists
This information session will be recorded, and the recording will be available to all registrants and the public. Please register even if you are unable to attend the session and we will share the video with you when it is available.
Program is subject to change.