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Wednesday, July 2 • 4:15pm - 5:05pm
Single Sign-on Framework in Tizen - Jaska Uimonen, Intel

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Single sign-on frameworks aim to securely store sensitive data that belongs to the user, and provide authentication operations using this data to applications. One specific example of such data is OAuth authentication tokes used to access popular online services (such as Google and Facebook). For Tizen IVI and Mobile a new single sign-on framework called gSSO was developed. In this talk, Alexander will review the design goals, the architecture and the API of gSSO. He will also demonstrate how obtaining access to an online service using OAuth works with gSSO.


Jaska Uimonen

Linux Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
Specializing in audio software | Currently linux software engineer at Intel, doing open source resource policy engine called Murphy (01.org/murphy) | Currently involved in developing Tizen automotive stack | Previously software engineer at nokia (Meego, worked with N9 and N900 linux phones) | Have had a presentation in couple of conferences | Have been lecturing in the university for 10 years

Wednesday July 2, 2014 4:15pm - 5:05pm

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