University Information Systems and the need for strong authentication and authorisation

Paúl Santapau, Vicente Andreu Navarro, José Gumbau, Andrés Marzal


Corporate academic Information Systems have faced, in the last years, a growing need for meeting high demanding standards for interoperability, transparency, open access, enhancement of learning and research IT infrastructures and applications, cross-border data exchange, etc. All these aspects of IT allow adding an unquestionable value to university information systems. They are not any more internal and isolated systems managed by a few computer experts and used by a limited number of people in the academic community, but open and accessible tools that a wide variety of users may access.


Authentication, Authorisation; STORK; STORK2.0; ISO 27000

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DOI: 10.7250/eunis.2013.044


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