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Higher Education Bridge CA (HEBCA) – Planting is required before the harvest (Scott Rea) Fed/Ed June 2007 Plowing the field Why is HEBCA still only in test mode of operation? Demand is not there yet from multiple schools (NOTE: Texas is an exception in this regards)

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higher education bridge ca hebca planting is required before the harvest scott rea fed ed june 2007

Higher Education Bridge CA (HEBCA) – Planting is required before the harvest(Scott Rea)Fed/Ed June 2007

plowing the field
Plowing the field
  • Why is HEBCA still only in test mode of operation?
    • Demand is not there yet from multiple schools (NOTE: Texas is an exception in this regards)
    • Anecdotally there is higher interest in PKI from schools than ever before but this interest is mostly focused on introspective projects rather than those that require cross-boundary authentication – some caveats do exist
    • An exception to the above is the Federal government as the external campus entity – there is a lot of interest in what the feds are doing and what that means for campuses
    • By the feds own admission – 75% of their applications that are the focus of the eAuthentication “federation” are assertion based – there are not many higher level applications out there
planting seeds
Planting seeds
  • What are the drivers being manifest
    • Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the US, higher education is the primary target (43% of reported incidents occurred in our sector)
    • Stronger binding and stronger technologies for IDM, better access controls, and security services are being investigated
    • There are lots of small internal PKI pilots quietly going about their business – looking to grow organically
    • Federation is required for bridging PKI – but the main thrust (in terms of advertising and focus) for federations has been in the assertion based arena – notably shibboleth – this both a catalyst and a crutch
solving silos of trust
Solving Silos of Trust

Institution

FBCA

Dept-1

Dept-1

Dept-1

HEBCA

CAUDIT

PKI

USHER

CA

CA

CA

SubCA

SubCA

SubCA

SubCA

SubCA

SubCA

SubCA

SubCA

SubCA

challenges and opportunities
Challenges and Opportunities
  • Open Tasks
    • Audit
    • Updated Business Plan
    • Mapping Grid Profiles
      • Classic PKI
      • SLCS
    • Promotion of PKI Test bed
    • Validation Authority service
    • Cross-certification with FBCA
    • Cross-certification with other HE PKI communities
      • CAUDIT PKI (AusCERT)
      • HE JP
      • HE BR
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Proposed

Inter-federations

CA-2

CA-1

CA-2

CA-3

HE BR

CA-1

AusCert

CAUDIT

PKI

CA-n

NIH

HE JP

FBCA

Cross-cert

Cross-certs

C-4

DST

ACES

Texas

Dartmouth

HEBCA

Cross-certs

IGTF

Wisconsin

UVA

Univ-N

USHER

CertiPath

SAFE

CA-4

Other

Bridges

CA-1

CA-2

CA-3

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E-AUTH

FPKI

E-Auth Level 4

High

HEBCA/USHER

Medium Hardware CBP

High

E-Auth Level 3

Medium Software CBP

Medium

Basic

Classic Strong

Basic

E-Auth Level 2

Rudimentary

Rudimentary

C-4

IGTF

Classic Ca

Foundation

E-Auth Level 1

SLCS

MICS

for more information
For More Information
  • HEBCA Website:

http://webteam.educause.edu/hebca/

Scott Rea - Scott.Rea@dartmouth.edu