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 also operates 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.
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.
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 also operates a community-driven certificate service, and is the U.S. node for the eduroam wireless service.
InCommon Fee Change Information and Open Office Hours
A January 16 webinar outlined the need for an InCommon fee change. We'll host open office hours for your questions and comments on January 31, February 6, and February 12. Details - along with links to the webinar, slides, an FAQ, and other resources - are on this wiki page.
The InCommon Federation is the U.S. education and research identity federation, providing a common framework for trusted shared management of access to online resources. The Federation provides single sign-on convenience, privacy protection, and access control to protected resources.
The InCommon Certificate Service, developed by and for higher education, provides an enterprise solution for server and web certificates. One fixed annual fee includes unlimited certificates for all of the domains you own or control. The service includes SSL, extended validation, client, and code signing certificates.
InCommon and Internet2 provide eduroam, the global federated wireless network access service, in the U.S. Developed for the international research and education community. eduroam allows students, researchers, faculty, and staff secure seamless wireless access at all participating institutions.