Q. What is an access management federation?


An access management federation provides:

  1. A technical framework where service providers (publishers) and identity providers (organizations) agree to exchange encrypted user attribute data.
  2. A trust authority that gives service providers appropriate assurances that a user passing their unique organizational ID can be considered a valid and current member of that organization.

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