NIEF Certificate Policy Cryptographic Management, v1.0

This Trust Interoperability Profile specifies the requirements needed to meet the NIEF Certificate Policy
Publication Date: 2020-05-11
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Keywords: NIEF, National Identity Exchange Federation, CA,
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Trust Expression:

TIP_NIEFCPDerivedRequirements1 AND TIP_NIEFCPDerivedRequirements2 AND TIP_NIEFCPSystemIntegrity AND TIP_NIEFCPNIEFRequirements

References (4)

TIP_NIEFCPDerivedRequirements1
This Trust Interoperability Profile specifies some of the requirements needed to meet the NIEF Certificate Policy that are derived from general NIST 800-53 controls.
TIP_NIEFCPDerivedRequirements2
This Trust Interoperability Profile specifies some of the requirements needed to meet the NIEF Certificate Policy that are derived from general NIST 800-53 controls.
TIP_NIEFCPSystemIntegrity
This Trust Interoperability Profile specifies the system integrity requirements needed to meet the NIEF Certificate Policy.
TIP_NIEFCPNIEFRequirements
This Trust Interoperability Profile specifies unique NIEF requirements for conformance to the NIEF Certificate Policy.
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