Presentation 2014-11-27
A Study on Analyzing Access Logs of Identity Provider in a Mid-Size University
Kouhei SUGIYAMA, Toyokazu AKIYAMA,
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Abstract(in English) Recently, password attacks with the aim of account highjack are increasing, e.g. password list attacks. On the same time, the number of universities is also growing where Single Sign-On (SSO) system is adopted for web services. If the web services related to the SSO increases, the value of the account becomes higher. Therefore, campus services that require particularly high assurance level must be secured with more reliable authentication method. In order to provide data for cost estimation of new authentication method introduction, we investigated authentication server logs. As a result, we have estimated user effort required for Multi-Factor Authentication, account lock parameters and availability of simple risk-based authentication. In addition, we also discussed the anomaly access during observation period and share the knowledge obtained through the data cleansing of authentication logs.
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Keyword(in English) Log analyse / Single sine-on / Authentication system
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Conference Date 2014/11/20(1days)
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Title (in English) A Study on Analyzing Access Logs of Identity Provider in a Mid-Size University
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Keyword(1) Log analyse
Keyword(2) Single sine-on
Keyword(3) Authentication system
1st Author's Name Kouhei SUGIYAMA
1st Author's Affiliation Kyoto Sangyo University()
2nd Author's Name Toyokazu AKIYAMA
2nd Author's Affiliation Kyoto Sangyo University
Date 2014-11-27
Paper # IA2014-64
Volume (vol) vol.114
Number (no) 335
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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