Trustmark Definitions (51-75 of 3412)

Trustmark Definition Name Version
This Trustmark Definition covers mitigation, by Credential Service Providers (CSPs), of the token threats of theft, duplication, and social engineering.
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.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition covers requirements on Credential Service Providers (CSPs) for mitigating threats of phishing and pharming to authentication processes.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition defines a Trustmark that verifies an organization has signed a NIEF APO agreement.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition specifies requirements for attributes asserted by Attribute Provider Organizations wishing to conform with NIEF requirements.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition addresses organizational compliance with the NIEF Audit Policy.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition describes the Locally Unique Identifier (LUID) requirements on Attribute Providers that operate as BAE Attribute Responders.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition defines the conformance and assessment criteria for Identity Provider Organizations (IDPOs) to demonstrate they meet the financial capacity requirements laid out in the National Identity Exchange Federation (NIEF) Audit Policy, Version 1.0.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition provides details on the use of SAML Authentication Context Classes within Authentication Requests sent to FICAM CSPs. This Trustmark should be issued with the FICAM SAML SSO Trustmark.
1.0
NIEF full disclosure requirements for APOs.
1.0
NIEF full disclosure requirements for IDPOs.
1.0
NIEF full disclosure requirements for SCOs.
1.0
NIEF full disclosure requirements for SPOs.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition adopts the conformance criteria of [NIEF Attr]. This trustmark should only be issued to organizations that are also requesting a trustmark for an appropriate technical interoperability profile, such as NIEF Web Services Attribute Provider SIP Requirements for APs or FICAM SAML SSO Requirements for IDPs.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition defines a Trustmark that verifies an organization has signed a NIEF IDPO agreement.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition specifies requirements for attributes asserted by Identity Provider Organizations wishing to conform with NIEF requirements.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition defines a Trustmark that verifies an organization has signed a NIEF membership agreement.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition addresses use limitations on PKI private keys within NIEF.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition addresses use limitations on PKI public keys within NIEF.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition describes the requirements on Identity Providers that wish to assert FICAM Level of Assurance (LOA) Authentication Context Classes within SAML SSO Authentication Assertions.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition defines a Trustmark that verifies an organization has signed a NIEF SCO agreement.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition maps to the NIEF Health Monitoring conformance criteria as described within [NIEF-SAML-SSO]. This trustmark should only be issued to organizations that are also requesting (or already have) a trustmark for the FICAM SAML SSO Requirements for RPs.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition defines a Trustmark that verifies an organization has signed a NIEF SPO agreement.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition verifies a Service Provider's specific NIEF attribute requirements. This trustmark should typically only be issued in concert with the FICAM SAML SSO for RPs trustmark and the NIEF Appropriate Attribute Request and Usage trustmark.
1.0
This Trustmark Definition addresses organizational compliance with respect to reporting technical security control exceptions to NIEF.
1.0
This page is also available as JSON and XML.