Trustmark Definitions (151-175 of 3412)

Trustmark Definition Name Version
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for throttling of authentication attempts with out-of-band tokens.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for throttling of authentication attempts with pre-registered knowledge tokens.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for maintaining token and credential provenance records.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for retaining token and credential provenance records for seven years and six months.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for retaining token and credential provenance records for ten years and six months.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for retaining token and credential provenance records, specifically for CSPs that are or operate on behalf of US executive branch agencies.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for maintaining trusted relationships with their Registration Authorities (RAs).
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for the unique identification of its subscribers.
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This Trustmark Definition covers the use of approved cryptography, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs), for protecting session data during authentication processes.
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This Trustmark Definition covers the use of approved cryptography, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs), in authentication processes.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for strong mitigation against the man-in-the-middle threat to authentication processes.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers the use of FIPS modules for multi-factor hardware cryptographic tokens, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers the use of FIPS modules for multi-factor one-time-password hardware tokens, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
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This Trustmark Definition covers the use of FIPS modules for multi-factor software cryptographic tokens, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for the use of FIPS modules for encrypting shared secret files.
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This Trustmark Definition covers the use of FIPS modules for single-factor cryptographic device tokens, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers the use of FIPS modules for single-factor one-time-password device tokens, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers the use of multi-factor authentication, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs), in authentication processes.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for the validation of tokens and credentials.
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This Trustmark Definition addresses the requirement for PKI certificates to be X.509 compliant.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for the recording of the registration of subscribers who have appropriate post-secondary education or training.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for the recording of the registration of subscribers who are licensed professionals.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for the verification of original credentials when issuing derived credentials.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for weak resistance of the man-in-the-middle threat to authentication processes.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition addresses the PKI certificate attribute requirements.
1.0
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