ISO/IEC /FDAmd 1. Additional terminology and concepts. General information. Status: Deleted. Edition: 1. Number of pages: Technical. ISO/IEC •defines terms for identity management, and •specifies core concepts of identity and identity management and their relationships. Aug 1, ISO/IEC consists of the following parts, under the general title Information technology — Security techniques — A framework for identity.
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Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. This standard is supposed to define key terms for identity management and specify core concepts in identity and identity management.
My view is that it should be avoided. The reasons for this are many: These were among the reasons that a nmber of key countries voted against this standard. Unfortunately it was adopted. In short, avoid this standard. There are other ones out there which do a better job of describing the key concepts of identity and identity management.
Posted on February 10, at 9: Hi Doug, funny that I should come across your blog first when looking into advice onto adhering to this standard. It seems to me that major vendors are more interested in ISO when it comes to IdAM than they are ISOwhich tells you about the applicability of the standard.
The only place I see is reference to it from other standards. Hi Doug, I was wondering whether you ever got around to sharing other standards and resources that do a better job of describing the concepts and terminology around identity.
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I couldn’t agree more with everything in it! We are looking for an experienced Director of Finance for our head quarters in Noumea. I’ve seen this scenario play out more times than I have seen it work correctly.
The definitions are mostly unclear and imprecise: In many cases they use terms that are just as unclear as the one they are trying to define e. Synonyms are given for terms that are clearly incorrect e.
They redefine commonly used terms in the industry authentication is redefined to mean a form of verification. They are inconsistent in their use of other terms defined in the isk.
The section on concepts is if anything, even more problematic. It is entirely ICT focused though at other times it claims otherwise which is unhelpful in kso context of a general framework for identity.
The discussion of concepts seems very specific. It seems to favour particular implementations and approaches to identity instead of being entirely general. The concepts slip from being descriptive this is what the concept means to being normative this is how a system should behave. Shane Day July 17, at 4: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public.
ISO/IEC /FDAmd 1 – Additional terminology and concepts
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