Trustmark Definitions (1-25 of 3412)

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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for access control requirements for shared secret files.
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This Trustmark Definition covers subscriber authentication, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs), for token and credential renewal and re-issuance.
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This Trustmark Definition specifies the conformance criteria and assessment process for Attribute Providers wishing to support the BAE SAML Attribute Query/Response Protocol.
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This Trustmark Definition specifies the conformance criteria and assessment process for Attribute Requesters wishing to support the BAE SAML Attribute Query/Response Protocol.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for shared secret file encryption. This does not include FIPS requirements.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for the implementation of pre-registered knowledge tokens that use personal knowledge questions. Trustmarks for this Trustmark Definition may be issued to CSPs that can show that personal knowledge pre-registered knowledge tokens are not used.
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This Trustmark Definition covers basic in-person credential issuance by Credential Service Providers (CSPs), with no address confirmation.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for avoiding storing passwords in plaintext.
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This Trustmark Definition covers basic requirements for token and credential renewal and re-issuance, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
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This trustmark pertains to organizations' legitimacy and reputation and is applicable only to U.S. government agencies and U.S.-based non-government organizations. For a government agency, which includes State, Tribal, and lower level organizations, the Trustmark Provider must verify that the organization was created via an appropriate government authority. For a non-government organization, the Trustmark Provider must verify the organization's incorporation status with the appropriate Secretary of State. In both cases, the Trustmark Provider must verify the organization's contact information and must check the U.S. Department of Commerce's Denied Persons List for appearances of any officer or any known entity associated with the organization.
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This trustmark indicates that an organization has a valid FBI ORI code. See the NCIC 2000 Operating Manual [NCIC Oper] for more details.
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This Trustmark Definition addresses the requirement for a system to employ encryption for transmitted information.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for the expiration, with grace periods, of tokens and credentials.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for the expiration, without grace periods, of tokens and credentials.
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This Trustmark Definition describes the requirements on Credential Service Providers that wish to assert FICAM Level of Assurance (LOA) Authentication Context Classes within SAML SSO Authentication Assertions.
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This Trustmark Definition defines the conformance and assessment criteria for Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) Metadata Import and Consumption based on the Federal Identity, Credential, and Access Management (FICAM) SAML 2.0 Web Browser Single Sign-On (SSO) Profile Version 1.0.2, December 16, 2011.
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This Trustmark Definition specifies the conformance criteria and assessment process for Credential Service Providers wishing to support FICAM SAML SSO.
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This Trustmark Definition specifies much of the conformance criteria and assessment process for Relying Parties wishing to support FICAM SAML SSO.
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This trustmark indicates identity LOA 1 certification by a TFP approved under the FICAM TFS initiative.
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This trustmark indicates identity LOA 2 certification by a TFP approved under the FICAM TFS initiative.
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This trustmark indicates identity LOA 3 certification by a TFP approved under the FICAM TFS initiative.
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This trustmark indicates identity LOA 4 certification by a TFP approved under the FICAM TFS initiative.
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This Trustmark Definition defines the conformance and assessment criteria for the use of cryptographic modules validated to the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 standard.
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This Trustmark Definition defines a Trustmark that verifies an organization's PIV-I CA has been certified by the Federal Public Key Infrastructure (FPKI) Policy Authority. This may not be a direct certification, but a chain of trust must be traceable to the FPKI Police Authority.
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This Trustmark Definition covers recording requirements for subscriber credential issuance by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) that are financial institutions that are required, by government oversight such as the Bank Secrecy Act, the USA Patriot Act, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, or the Securities and Exchanges Commission, to implement a "Customer Identification Program".
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