Identity and Access Management

Providing a robust and well integrated infrastructure to identify people and allow access to systems, services and data.

Identity and Access Management is responsible for providing a robust and well integrated infrastructure to identify people and allow access to systems, services and data. This includes both University-wide access rights as well as services to allow colleges, departments and groups to easily and securely create privileges. 

Identity and Access Management provides the following:

An authentication service is a technology that determines whether someone or something is actually who, or what, it says it is when it tries to access a resource.

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OSU provides an ONID email address for all students, faculty, staff, and others associated with the university. Additionally, most faculty and staff also have an Exchange account which may provide their primary email address (which uses the @oregonstate.edu domain).

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Network ID management includes:

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ONID stands for OSU Network ID. It's a universal computer account available to all OSU students and employees.

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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a security protocol that provides an encrypted Internet connection. An SSL certificate is proof from an independent third party that your website belongs to the organization it says it does and that your users will be transmitting information via an encrypted connection. You should use an SSL certificate to protect any website or service that handles sensitive data such as login credentials.

Certificates can also be used to sign documents electronically or to sign code for distribution.

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