InCommon, operated by Internet2, provides a secure and privacy-preserving trust fabric for research and higher education, and their partners, in the United States. InCommon operates an identity management federation, a related assurance program, and offers certificate and multifactor authentication services.
The InCommon Federation is the identity management federation for US research and education, and their sponsored partners. InCommon serves more than 6 million end users through federated identity management.
The InCommon Certificate Program provides unlimited certificates, for all of your domains, for one fixed annual fee. This includes SSL, extended validation, client (personal), and code signing certificates.
The InCommon Assurance Program certifies campuses and non-profit sponsored partners and research organizations that meet the requirements of InCommon Bronze and Silver assurance profiles. These practices determine the confidence in the accuracy of a user's electronic identity and help mitigate risk for the Service Provider.
The Internet2 InCommon Certificate Service celebrates its 300th subscriber, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana! Created by and for the higher education community, the Certificate Service provides unlimited server, personal, and code-signing certificates for one fixed annual fee. Keep reading...
Five New Working Groups Form
Five new community working groups have formed to address specific issues related to InCommon programs and services. All members of the InCommon community are welcome to participate in these working groups: alternative identity providers, external identities, IdP of last resort, and others. Keep reading...
Advance CAMP and CAMP at Technology Exchange
Registration is open for the 2014 Technology Exchange, October 26-30, 2014, in Indianapolis, Indiana. We've folded Identity Week into the Technology Exchange, which will provide a full program for trust and identity, security, and network engineers. The InCommon Advance CAMP (ACAMP) and CAMP programs will comprise the trust and identity track, with opportunities to take advantage of crossover sessions from the other tracks. See more information on the TechEx web page.