When the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University decided to use Asset Bank as their new digital repository, HarvardKey and its robust group services offering was the perfect way to make sure the right level of access was granted to staff.
How establishing the University's primary attribute authority, Harvard LDAP (HLDAP), in the Amazon Web Services cloud has enabled not only efficiency and cost savings, but also the scalability necessary to keep a critical University running smoothly even under extraordinary load spikes.
Slide deck from IAM's Summer 2015 Lunch & Learn Series brown-bag about provisioning within HarvardKey's backbone system, SailPoint IdentityIQ. Includes details on how provisioning works and new benefits that will accompany HarvardKey rollout.
Slide deck from IAM's Summer 2015 Lunch & Learn Series brown-bag about two-step verification. Includes details on how two-step verification works, why it's beneficial, and how and when it will be implemented in conjunction with the rollout of HarvardKey.
Slide deck from IAM's Summer 2015 Lunch & Learn Series brown-bag about the Fall 2015 HarvardKey rollout. Includes an overview of HarvardKey and its benefits, key rollout dates, sample user scenarios, and a look at the HarvardKey user interface.
An overview of HUIT IAM policies and standards, including those regarding identification, information access control, authentication services, privacy, system access control, operations management, and policy exceptions and maintenance.
A guide to all "person of interest" role types — including the new types rolled out in the fall of 2015 — plus their MIDAS codes, a description of each type, helpful examples, and a handy "cheat sheet" to print for reference.