NIEF TIP for SPO with SAML SSO, v1.0

Specifies the standard NIEF requirements that a NIEF SAML Service Provider Organization (SPO) must meet for membership.
Publication Date: 2018-07-31
Issuing Organization:
No Responder 404-407-8956 75 5th Street NW, Suite 900, Atlanta, GA 30308
Keywords: NIEF, National Identity Exchange Federation, SAML, Security Assertion Markup Language, SPO, Service Provider Organization,
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Trust Expression:

TIP_NIEFMinimumInteroperabilityTIPforSAMLSP and TIP_NIEFCertificatePolicyCryptographicManagement and TD_NIEFMemberOrganization and TD_NIEFSPO and TD_NIEFFullDisclosureSPO and TD_PrivacyAppropriateAttributeRequestandUsage and TD_BonaFidesforUSOrganizations

References (7)

Specifies minimum SAML and NIEF technical interoperability requirements for SAML Service Providers (SPs). Does not include administrative requirements.
This Trust Interoperability Profile specifies the requirements needed to meet the NIEF Certificate Policy
Specifies requirements for an organization that seeks to become recognized as a member of the National Identiy Exchange Federation (NIEF).
Specifies requirements for an organization that seeks to become recognized as a Service Provider Organization (SPO) in the National Identiy Exchange Federation (NIEF).
Specifies National Identity Exchange Federation (NIEF) requirements for a Service Provider Organization (SPO) on the full disclosure of all applicable policies, procedures, and other documentation to other NIEF member organizations.
Specifies privacy requirements related to the requesting and usage of attributes about end-users.
Specifies requirements for an organization to be recognized as a "bona fide" (i.e., having recognized legitimacy) within the United States.
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