User eXperience & Trusted Claims for UMA – New presentations!
Our colleague Domenico Catalano has just finished his stay at Newcastle University. During his stay Domenico has given two presentations – one on Exploring Visualization Techniques to Enhance Privacy Control UX for User-Managed Access and the other on Extending the UMA Protocol to support Trusted Claims.
The first presentation is an attempt to enhance the graphical interface by use of visualizations in order to make the interface more self-explanatory and intuitive for the end-user.
The other presentation on Trusted Claims explains the concept of Claims-based Access Control and its role in UMA. The brief summary of his contribution can be seen here:
According to this approach the decision to grant access to a protected resource is made based on the requesting party information such as name, age, email address, role, location or credit score. In the presentation two user scenarios are shown: Enterprise class scenario and social/web class scenerio.