What's Next @SURFconext 2020: stay-at-home edition

Because What's Next @SURFconext could not take place in April, we made a home edition for now: a selection of everything we did. And write down the 17th of November on your calendar as well! It's the new date of What's Next @SURFconext, the annual live update moment where you can hear all about the latest developments and our plans.

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eduID: 1 digital student identity

What is it, where does the project stand and how can the developed functionalities be used concretely.

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SURFsecureID and MFA go well together

Peter Clijsters wrote a blog about how SURFsecureID relates to Microsoft MFA and how you can use it together.

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AAI for researchers

How do you arrange secure access to specific research services? You can do this via SURF Research Access Management.

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SURFconext figures in 2019

In 2019 SURFconext continued to grow strongly. At 157 million, the total number of logins via the service was 33% higher than in 2018. The number of unique users also rose again in 2019.

Numbers SURFconext 2019 (in Dutch)

Plaatje met cijfers over SURFconext

Is logging out still relevant in 2020?

Read Thijs Kinkhorst's blog about logging out if you are logged in via SURFconext.

To the (Dutch) blogpost

OpenID Connect for dummies

Read Bart Geesink's blog about how OpenID Connect works within SURFconext.

To the (Dutch) blogpost

Audit SURFconext: approach to vulnerability

Read Thijs Kinkhorst's blog about how to tackle the vulnerability found.

To the (Dutch) blogpost

Great report figures for SURFconext

Both institutions and service providers are very satisfied with SURFconext. At the same time they also see room for improvement.

View the (Dutch) report numbers

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