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© 2010 IBM Corporation Doing More with Less A Strategy for Improving Trust in Identities in an Era of Tight Budgets November 2010
© 2010 IBM Corporation Governments leverage many forms of information… …to establish ones identity footprint Public Records Commercial Information Biometrics Other Government IDs
© 2010 IBM Corporation But each step of the identity process can be exploited… Proofing documents can be fraudulent or fraudulently obtained Commercial evidence of identity – utility bills, credit cards, bank statements – speak to ability to pay, not identity Biometrics dont work for every person/application and some can be spoofed … resulting in identities that cannot be trusted Knowledge-based authentication: possession of a key or correct information may be problematic More secure identity documents may decrease vigilance and increase risk
© 2010 IBM Corporation A strategy for establishing greater trust in identities Start with solutions that consider the importance/value/risk of each identity and transaction Implement identity as a brokered service – tap into ID data where it resides rather than assembling a massive database of sensitive personal data Better use what already exists: clean up and leverage existing data Constantly monitor, assess and risk score the accuracy/integrity of data sources Conduct thorough and continuous vetting of every enrollee & user Obtain, manage and regularly update user consent Exceptions will occur! Solutions must handle them expeditiously to avoid security vulnerabilities
© 2010 IBM Corporation Sally checks in at airport using her government ID A Day in the Life of a Trusted Identity User Sally is off to a business meeting with a client in another city Sally stops at an ATM to reload her bank card Sally zips thru airport security via the fast-path lane At destination Sally takes subway using her bank card Sally has lunch at a local deli, pays with her employee ID Sally uses her bank card to access her hotel room Sally stops by a local office after client meeting Sally unlocks and starts the car with her fingerprint key fob Sally checks in for her return flight using her government ID Sally auto-registers in the clients visitor system with her employee ID Sally checks into hotel using her bank card and government ID After work Sally buys dinner with her bank card Sally leaves her house, locking up with a swipe of her finger Sally authorizes stock sale with her mobile device Sally checks her eBay account using her mobile phone to pay via PayPal Sally accesses her corporate network using her employee ID Sally buys from a vending machine with her mobile phone
© 2010 IBM Corporation Questions/Comments? Denny Carlton: Dennis.Carlton@us.ibm.comDennis.Carlton@us.ibm.com
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