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Federated identity management refers to the use of the same scheme across multiple enterprises, numerous applications, and security domains. This involves interoperability and portability of the identity across all those (e.g. single-sign on). This concept is important nowadays for employees because of features like identity mapping and attribute representation across the scheme....

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