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TFTM 01-02 TFTM Committee working call to discuss how to describe the “IDESG-Acknowledged Identity Ecosystem” in its interim or long term state. 2013 October.

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1 TFTM 01-02 TFTM Committee working call to discuss how to describe the “IDESG-Acknowledged Identity Ecosystem” in its interim or long term state. 2013 October 30 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 1

2 Contents of this deck The Value of establishing an IDESG-Acknowledged ID Ecosystem (interim or long-term) Discussion of the nature of “Interim” versus “Longer term” Some possible descriptions of the IDESG- Acknowledged ID Ecosystem * These slides should be modified as needed to circle in on the description of “What” we are working to establish 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 2

3 Some assumptions There will be an IDESG-Acknowledged ID Ecosystem Participation will grow over time Structures will evolve and requirements will become better-defined over time Adherence to the NSTIC Guiding Principles is mandatory The NSTIC Derived Requirements might be used as a mechanism to demonstrate adherence to the principles 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 3

4 The NSTIC ID Ecosystem* will consist of different online communities that use interoperable technology, processes, and policies *Source: The NSTIC Strategy Document * The term “online communities”, while not perfect, should be used until IDESG determines the best replacement term and creates an IDESG Vision statement. 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 4

5 ID Ecosystem? ID Ecosystem Framework Rules Arrows = Inter-community interactions Online Communities 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 5

6 Rationale and Value 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 6

7 The rationale for The rationale for establishing an IDESG- Acknowledged ID Ecosystem (interim of long-term) is: The same as establishing any Standards-based program To acknowledge the ‘good actors’ in the general ID Ecosystem To influence service providers to use sound practices To signal to service consumers that there are minimum acceptable standards of operation 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 7

8 The value in participating To enable identity solution and ‘online community’ participants to be recognized as being or strive to become recognized as participating in the IDESG-acknowledged ID Ecosystem For the cross-endorsement of participants to instill trusted brand power and the beginnings of a network effect for identity solution trust brands i.e. The companies would not identify with it if it brings their brand into disrepute To assure consumers/citizens/individuals that certain standards have been met and policies & practices are in place To act as a finding aid for identity services consumers to locate ‘trustworthy’ service providers To enable participants to promote participation as a service differentiator 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 8

9 What is “Interim” 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 9

10 The sense of “Interim” An initial group (as identified by IDESG) of ‘online communities’ which demonstrate that they meet the basic requirements of the Interim stage E.g. have been certified and accredited by an IDESG-vetted accreditation body E.g. self-assert that they satisfy the NSTIC Derived Requirements A period of time prior to a ‘big bang’ go-live of an IDESG-acknowledged ID Ecosystem in which potential participants can prepare for and receive accreditation A period during which any identity solutions can self-assert participation and satisfy requirements A Transition period would be required to formally verify the validity of these claims 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 10

11 IDESG-Acknowledged Interim Ecosystem: Described 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 11

12 What is the Interim thing? Consists of a few or several ‘Online Communities’ that are well-defined, well-governed, in operation, appear to be stable, satisfy the NSTIC Derived Requirements and have a positive track record of privacy and security management. 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 12

13 These ‘Online Communities’: Have community-defined, documented and enforced: Interoperability Standards; Shared risk model; Privacy policy, requirements and accountability mechanisms; Liability policy and requirements Have community-defined, documented and enforced: Policy, standards and processes that govern the activities of community members Can demonstrate that they satisfy all of the NSTIC Derived Requirements Can describe the types of community-member interactions or transactions that rely on identity- or attribute-related services Can demonstrate a track record of consistent application of the Community Rules; and the ability to detect, respond to and repair security and privacy breaches Have policies and processes for adding new members and revoking membership in the Community Have documented processes for handling interactions with entities that are not community members Have a business model that appears to support the activities of the Community 2013-10-30 IDESG TFTM Committee 13

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