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Tag: UK federation
User tracking for digital marketing can violate user privacy on the web. Now that browser vendors are looking to implement methods to stop user tracking, we must ensure these methods do not clobber other frameworks which protect privacy such as Single SignOn through the UK federation, SAML and OpenID Connect. Problems and mitigations Digital […]
Bear with me while we have a little history lesson. As anyone who has ever used an Inertial Navigation System knows, you can only get to where you want to be, by knowing where you are coming from… Coming of age in the 80’s, I had a few certainties. Liverpool FC always won, C15 blank […]
IdP operators: consider using MDQ (metadata query) Configuring your self-hosted IdP to use MDQ (metadata query) has three key benefits: a reduced memory footprint mitigation against a class of disruptive errors as the size of metadata increases robustness against problematic metadata. Half of the IdPs in the UK federation use MDQ already. The UK federation […]