privacyIDEA 2.12 was released last week and is available via the python package index and the launchpad repository for Ubuntu 14.04. Customers with a valid support contract can install privacyIDEA from a CentOS/RHEL 7 repository. privacyIDEA 2.12 now contains an Event Handler Framework and an improve certificate management. In addition policies can now be defined in a timebased manner. I.e. certain policies may only apply at certain times. Read more about all the new features in the blog post. You may also watch a video explaining the Event Handler Framework. Take a look at our privacyIDEA Youtube-Chanel.
privacyIDEA 2.12 and the Event Handler Framework.
Conferences in June
Cornelius Kölbel will attend the open source conference Tübix on June 11th and the No-Spy-Conference on June 17th/18th.
At the Tübix in Tübingen he will give a talk about new developments in privacyIDEA. He will cover topics like easy migration using the RADIUS forwarding policy (new in 2.11) and the Event Handler Framework (new in 2.12).
At the No-Spy-Conference in Stuttgart Cornelius will give a common talk about the two factor authentication. This is based on a whitepaper that was released by the Open Source Business Alliance earlier this year.
Open Source Business Award
After winning a 2nd place in the Thomas Krenn Award with privacyIDEA we also applied for the Open Source Business Award. We think privacyIDEA is a great innovative product, that can help you secure your network in easy and flexible ways.
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