Trustmark Definitions (126-150 of 3412)

Trustmark Definition Name Version
This Trustmark Definition specifies the conformance criteria and assessment process for FICAM Credential Service Providers that are encoding attributes.
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This Trustmark Definition defines the conformance and assessment criteria for compliance with the presentation and user interface requirements for identity providers as defined in the NIEF Web Browser User-to-System Profile.
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This Trustmark Definition specifies the conformance criteria SAML Relying Parties wishing to support Unsolicited SSO (more commonly known as IDP Initiated SSO).
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This Trustmark Definition defines the conformance and assessment criteria for compliance with IDP discovery requirements for service providers as defined in the NIEF Web Browser User-to-System Profile version 1.0.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition defines the conformance and assessment criteria for trust and security based on the Federal Identity, Credential, and Access Management (FICAM) SAML 2.0 Web Browser SSO Profile Version 1.0.2, December 16, 2011.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition defines the conformance and assessment criteria for compliance with the presentation and user interface requirements for service providers as defined in the NIEF Web Browser User-to-System Profile version 2.0 (DRAFT).
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for governing the sharing of long-term subscriber authentication secrets.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition addresses organizational requirements to implement integrity verification tools for information systems.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers strong subscriber authentication for token and credential renewal and re-issuance, done by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
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This Trustmark Definition covers basic requirements for subscriber authentication, done by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers recording requirements for subscriber credential issuance by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) that are financial institutions, as required by government oversight mechanisms 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".
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers credential issuance with confirmation of subscribers' physical addresses, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees.
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This Trustmark Definition covers credential issuance with confirmation of subscribers' email addresses, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees.
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This Trustmark Definition covers credential issuance with notice of issuance sent to subscribers' physical addresses, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees for the resetting of secrets that are used for credential issuance.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees for the lifetimes of secrets (maximum of seven days) used for credential issuance.
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This Trustmark Definition covers credential issuance with text confirmation of subscribers' telephone numbers, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees.
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This Trustmark Definition covers credential issuance with voice confirmation of subscribers' telephone numbers, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees for linkages between registration applicants' electronic and physical addresses.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees for registration of subscribers.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees for the establishment of policies and practice statements to govern subscriber registration processes.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees for the recording of subscriber registration data.
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This Trustmark Definition addresses the requirement for NIEF-related systems to be used solely for NIEF functions.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for throttling of authentication attempts with look-up secret tokens.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for throttling of authentication attempts with memorized secret tokens.
1.0
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