Trustmark Definitions (26-50 of 3412)

Trustmark Definition Name Version
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for high entropy of look-up secret tokens.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for high entropy of memorized secret tokens.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for high entropy of pre-registered knowledge tokens.
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This Trustmark Definition covers entropy requirements for out-of-band token authentication done by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for multi-factor hardware cryptographic token implementation.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for multi-factor one-time-password hardware token implementation.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for multi-factor software cryptographic token implementation.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for out-of-band token implementation.
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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 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 requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for single-factor one-time-password device token implementation.
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This Trustmark Definition covers the use of biometrics, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees, for in-person applicant tracking during subscriber registration.
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This Trustmark Definition covers the use of temporary secrets, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees, for in-person applicant tracking during registration.
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This Trustmark Definition covers in-person credential issuance, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees, to subscribers who are employees or students of the CSP.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements for in-person visual inspection of financial account numbers of registration applicants, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements for in-person visual inspection of primary government picture IDs of registration applicants, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees.
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This Trustmark Definition covers requirements for in-person visual inspection of secondary government IDs of registration applicants, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs) and their Registration Authority (RA) designees.
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This Trustmark Definition covers entropy requirements for multi-factor hardware cryptographic token authentication done by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
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This Trustmark Definition covers entropy requirements for multi-factor software cryptographic token authentication done by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
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This Trustmark Definition covers entropy requirements for single-factor cryptographic device token authentication done by Credential Service Providers (CSPs).
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for low entropy of look-up secret tokens.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for low entropy of memorized secret tokens.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for low entropy of pre-registered knowledge tokens.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for low entropy for out-of-band token authentication.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for mitigating threats of online guessing, replay, eavesdropping, and session hijacking to authentication processes.
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