[websec] OASIS Webinar covering plans for SAML2.1 (25 September 2012)

"Thomas Hardjono" <ietf@hardjono.net> Tue, 11 September 2012 14:31 UTC

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Subject: [websec] OASIS Webinar covering plans for SAML2.1 (25 September 2012)
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As some of you may know, the OASIS SSTC is currently starting
work on updating the SAML2.0 specifications. OASIS will be
holding a free webinar on the plans for SAML2.1.

The date is Tuesday 25 September 2012 (11AM-East).
Registration is below.

OASIS Webinar on SAML2.1  (25 September 2012)

The 'SAML -- Right Here, Right Now' Webinar -- during this webinar,
we will briefly summarize the work which has already been done and
plans for SAML 2.1. The next generation, SAML 2.1, will streamline and
reorganize the specifications to make it easier to implement and
deploy SAML
in a way which is both manageable and secure. SAML 2.1 will better
align the
functionality of SAML which is most commonly used, while making minor
enhancements and adjustments to areas such as conformance.

~ 11:00AM - Noon - New York, USA
~ 4:00PM - 5:00PM - London, United Kingdom
~ 11:00PM - Midnight - Beijing, China
~ 1:00AM - 2:00AM - Sydney, Australia (Wednesday, 26 September 2012)

Register here: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/661177496

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Thomas Hardjono
MIT Kerberos Consortium
email:  hardjono[at]mit.edu
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