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1.0 Purpose

The purpose of this policy is to establish the University's requirements for single sign-on attribute release, in order to provide ease of use, federation, and awareness relative to the use of personal identity data for authentication, and to maximize the security of identity data while minimizing its misuse or theft.

2.0 Background

Brown collects and stores a great deal of information, including data about its students, faculty, and staff, as well as many other individuals and organizations connected to the university. Brown has established the protections necessary to maintain the privacy of all connected to the university, and to maintain compliance with all regulatory mandates on storing and using private information. Information on the University Privacy Policy can be found here < TBD >. This Attribute Release Policy is targeted only for single sign-on, and falls under the general provisions of the Brown Privacy Policy.

It is important for the Brown community to know that the University shares identifying information, or "attributes", with others. The ability to share such information allows for seamless and secure access to the web pages of partner service providers (SP) without further authentication of the user.

Brown has announced itself as a Federated Authentication Identity Provider (IdP), and the transfer, release, and use of attribute information is central to the operation of Federated Authentication. However, attribute values may represent 'personal data' and are subject to protection, regulatory oversight, and mandatory compliance measures.

The University is dedicated to ensuring the privacy and proper handling of the identity data of its students, employees, and individuals associated with the University. The goal of this Attribute Release Policy (ARP) is to ensure that the necessary procedures and awareness exist for the use and release of identity data, while also enabling secure federation and authentication between Brown and its partners.

Brown University follows established best practices governing the release of personally identifiable information to service providers – be they internal Brown service providers, or external resources at another institution. Brown has identified several categories of service providers, and the attributes that may be released to service providers falling into each category. The release of additional available attributes may be requested by contacting the Shibboleth Administrator.

3.0 Scope

This policy applies to all users, computing resources, and applications owned or managed by Brown University. Individuals covered by the policy include (but are not limited to) Brown faculty and visiting faculty, staff, students, applicants, alumni, guests or agents of the administration, and external individuals and organizations accessing network services via Brown's computing facilities.

Computing resources include all university owned, licensed, or managed hardware and software, and use of the university network via a physical or wireless connection, regardless of the ownership of the computer or device connected to the network.

These policies apply to technology administered in individual departments, the resources administered by central administrative departments (such as the University Libraries and Computing and Information Services), personally owned computers and devices connected by wire or wireless to the campus network, and to off-campus computers that connect remotely to the University's network services.

4.0 Policy

5.0 Definitions

Attribute – An attribute is a piece of information describing some aspect of a person's identity. Examples of attributes include, but are not limited to email address, University affiliation, name, library bar code, etc. Attributes may be asserted by an IdP to an SP and different attributes may be sent to different SPs.

Brown verified site/unverified site – Sites verified by the UIAMSC will have access to a wider array of attributes and/or not require user consent for the release of those attributes. Sites which have not been verified will require user consent for basic attribute release and committee permission for additional attributes.

Federation – A group of organizations that share a level of trust and work with each other to inter-operate, frequently defining a common set of shared attributes. Brown is a member of the US higher education federation, InCommon, and has created its own campus federation. There are many education, government, and potentially business federations throughout the world.

Identity Provider (IdP) – Every constituent of a federation must provide this service for the purpose of verifying the identity of users who belong to an institution on behalf of other federation members requesting identity verification. This is the "home institution" login component of Federated Authentication. The IDP also provides the important role of providing information (attributes) about users when prompted by service requests.

InCommon – InCommon is the U.S. higher education federation. Brown, as well as many peer schools and service providers that cater to the higher education sector, are members of InCommon and share a common infrastructure and language for defining interoperability and attributes.

Service Provider (SP) – A service provided by a federation constituent that a user might want to access, with access mediated by Shibboleth. May services are provided by commercial partners. However, increasingly collaboration sites supporting joint work and hosted by other campuses also manage access using Federated Authentication.

Shibboleth – Shibboleth provides for privacy protection through Attribute Release Policies (ARPs). Release of user attributes from an Identity Provider (IdP) to a Service provider (SP) is determined by the IdP's ARPs. ARPs contain a set of rules specifying which attributes to release. Shibboleth is an open source implementation of the OASIS SAML standard and the project has implementations of both the Service Provider and Identity Provider Software.

Shibboleth Administrator – The person or group responsible for managing the technical aspects of Shibboleth Infrastructure, in particular for configuring and implementing attribute release policies on the Identity Provider (IdP).

6.0 Principals

Attribute Release Policy

Attribute Release Control

Attribute Release Policy Control

ARP Goals

7.0 Related Policies and Links

Effective Date: May, 2011 Last Reviewed: June, 2014 Next Scheduled Review: June, 2016

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