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NISO Two Part Webinar, Identity Management and Authentication Strategies, Part One - January 15, 2020

Organizations and institutions holding licensed content or other sensitive forms of data -- regardless of whether the data may be hosted in a library or in a proprietary service or platform setting -- must do so with the intent of minimizing any risk of leakage or unauthorized incursion by third parties. One solution consistently put forward in recent years is the use of federated identity management systems. An application verifies the user’s right to interact with a particular system by engaging with another system storing individual credentials and the various access rights associated with those credentials. However, depending upon the institution’s role and resources, hesitation may arise about the trustworthiness of such federated identity systems. This roundtable will feature discussion by a variety of stakeholders (chief technology officers, information professionals, producers of content and service providers) to talk about available system options, their reliability and the benefits gained in their use. Confirmed participants in this initial roundtable discussion include: Mark Bilby, Scholarly Communications Librarian, California State University - Fullerton; Tim Lloyd, CEO, Liblynx; Amy Pawlowski, Deputy Director and eResource Licensing Coordinator, OhioLINK; Mark A. Beadles, Chief Information Security Officer, OARnet; Laura Paglione, Partner, Spherical Cow Group; Todd Digby, Chair Library Technology, University of Florida; Phil Leahy, Services Relationship Manager, OpenAthens.
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NISO Webinar


Helping people gain a greater understanding of the information community — our issues and concerns, challenges and opportunities — is core to NISO's mission. Our events are a key element of this, with our popular webinar program at their heart. And, following the NISO/NFAIS merger earlier this year, all NISO members can now attend all 14 webinars in 2020 completely free of charge! This includes an unlimited number of places and full access to a recording of each webinar for anyone who is unable to attend the event itself.
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Amy Pawlowski

Executive Director, OhioLink


Amy Pawlowski has nearly 20 years of experience in special, public, and academic libraries and library-related private industry, with particular expertise in technology, and the e-books/e-journals publishing ecosystem. Her primary responsibilities are managing OhioLINK operations, content negotiations, and contracts. In addition, Amy ensures that OhioLINK resources and projects meet member-organization expectations. She is a frequent presenter at library conferences, including sessions for The Acquisitions Institute, ALCTS, Springer Nature Academic, NISO, ICOLC, and ER&L. Active in a number of professional organizations, she also serves on advisory boards for EBSCO Books, Springer Nature, and the Cambridge University Press (North America). Pawlowski authored a chapter in No Shelf Required: E-books in Libraries. Prior to joining OhioLINK, Amy managed web projects and e-resources for Cleveland Public Library and the CLEVNET consortium. She was the first Partner Services Manager at Rakuten Overdrive, Inc., a digital distributor library e-resources, and served as archivist for the world-renowned Cleveland Orchestra. Pawlowski holds a Masters in Library and Information Science from Kent State University, a master’s degree in music from the University of Hartford, and a bachelor’s degree in music from Kent State University.
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Laura Paglione

Consultant & Project Manager, Spherical Cow Group


Laura Paglione joined the Spherical Cow Group in late 2018. Her project work helps organizations to make dramatic impacts via strategic analysis and development of business and organizational models, new organization/ product launch and innovation, and complex problem-solving.

She was the second employee of ORCID a global not-for-profit organization with the mission to address name ambiguity for researchers, and serve as a gateway to connect their research activities from disparate sources.  In 2012, as ORCID’s founding Technical Director, she publicly launched and directed ORCID’s member and user offerings.

Laura has over 25 years of experience across a range of organizational sizes from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, including both commercial and not-for-profit organizations. Her diverse career includes positions in varied industries including technology commercialization, software development, global research infrastructure, not-for-profit management, mentorship and executive coaching, broadcast, automotive, and several others.

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Mark A. Beadles

Chief Information Security Officer, OARnet


Mark Beadles is Information Security Officer for the Ohio Technology Consortium, including OARnet, the Ohio Supercomputer Center, and the OhioLINK Library Network. His charter is to enable secure and trusted access, sharing, and collaboration throughout the educational and research communities in Ohio. Mark's interests and expertise include identity and access management, cybersecurity, and cloud computing. In addition to technology leadership roles in industry, Mark has been active in the Trusted Computing Group, the Distributed Management Task Force, the World Wide Web Consortium, and was chairman of the Network Access Requirements working group in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). He holds several patents in the field of network management, and is a veteran of the US Army Signal Corps.
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Mark Bilby

Scholarly Communications Librarian, California State University - Fullerton


Mark is the Scholarly Communications Librarian at California State University, Fullerton. Mark completed his Ph.D. in Religious Studies (Judaism and Christianity in Antiquity) at the University of Virginia in 2012 and his MSLIS at Drexel University in 2015. His academic interests include Institutional Repositories, Digital Humanities, Open Access publishing, Open Educational Resources, Affordable Learning Solutions, Inter-religious and Inter-cultural dialogue, and Religion and Literature in the Late-Antique Mediterranean.
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Phil Leahy

Services Relationship Manager, OpenAthens


Phil Leahy is the OpenAthens Service Relationship Manager for the UK National Health Service, as well as for content providers using OpenAthens products and services to support federated access management on their platforms. Phil joined what was then called the Athens Helpdesk in 2000 so he has seen significant change in access management technologies during that time.
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Tim Lloyd

CEO - LibLynx


I specialize in Identity, Access, and Analytics for online resources. My business, LibLynx, provides cloud-based solutions to publishers, service providers and libraries to help them manage identity and access to online resources, and to better understand usage of those resources. I'm also a member of the governance and outreach committees for the Coalition for Seamless Access, and Project COUNTER’s Open Access/Unpaywalled sub-group, and previously spent over a decade in a variety of product development and operational roles in publishing.
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Todd Digby

Chair, Library Technology Services, University of Florida


Todd Digby is the Chair of Library Technology at the University of Florida. In this position, Todd leads a service-oriented department that researches, develops, optimizes and supports advanced library information systems and technology for the University of Florida Libraries. Todd has previously held library and academic technology leadership positions at the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities system and at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.