NIEF Minimum Multi-Factor Hardware Cryptographic Token Strength and Authentication Profile, v1.0

This is a candidate Trust Interoperability Profile that specifies a proposed minimum set of requirements on the implementation and strength of multi-factor hardware cryptographic tokens, and the use of these tokens for subscriber authentication, by NIEF Identity Provider Organizations (IDPOs).
Publication Date: 2017-05-18
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Trust Expression:

TD_1 AND TD_2

References (2)

TD_1
This Trustmark Definition covers entropy requirements for multi-factor hardware cryptographic token authentication done by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
TD_2
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for multi-factor hardware cryptographic token implementation.
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