The Identity & Access Management Community (IDAM) is a collaboration of IDAM practitioners across the higher education and research sector working towards the common goal of increasing clarity, exploring trends, issues and challenges and sharing knowledge and experiences relating to Identity & Access Management.
The IDAM Community:
- Provides a platform for organisations to showcase their work and be acknowledged/recognised for their achievements
- Connects peers for the purposes of knowledge exchange and learning from one another’s successes and failures.
- Recognises that IDAM is often specialist work whilst there is overlap with other areas such as Enterprise Architecture and Cybersecurity Groups.
The group operates as a collaborative work unit and seeks to provide a forum to formally and informally share experiences, knowledge and skills amongst CAUDIT member institutions, and to capture opportunities and make recommendations on good practice and improvements through this process.
How to join the Identity & Access Management Community
The AAF/ CAUDIT Identity & Access Management (IDAM) Community of Practice (CoP) is a group open to the staff from CAUDIT Member institutions and AHECS Partners AAF, AusCERT, AARNet and REANNZ. The CoP at its discretion may invite representation from related where the representation provides added value to the group. Members of the Community engage through the following channels:
- Email distribution list
- Monthly meetings