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Kantara Initiative Identity Assurance WG Teleconference

 

Approval status

IAWG approved notes on 2014-04-17 

 

Date and Time

Agenda

  1. Administration:
    1. Roll Call
    2. Agenda Confirmation
    3. Minutes approval: IAWG Meeting Minutes 2014-03-27
    4. Action Item Review
    5. Staff reports and updates
    6. LC reports and updates
    7. Call for Tweet-worthy items to feed (@KantaraNews or #kantara)
  2. Discussion
    1. FYI: FICAM TFS TEM on identity resolution - registration link May 1 2014
    2.  Update on FICAM Mapping sub-group
    3. IAWG Metrics discussion
  3. AOB
    1.  
  4. Adjourn

 Attendees

Link to IAWG Roster

As of 2014 March 13, quorum is 5 of 9

 

Meeting non-quorate

 

 

Voting

  • Rich Furr ( C)
  • Paul Calatayud (V-C)
  • Bill Braithwaite
  • Scott Shorter

Non-Voting

  •  Jeff Stollman
  • Ken Dagg

Staff

  •  

Apologies

    • Andrew Hughes (S)

 

 

Notes & Minutes

Administration 

Discussion

  1. FYI: FICAM TFS TEM on identity resolution - registration link May 1 2014
  2.  Update on FICAM Mapping sub-group

Reviewing the FICAM requirements and tracking them back to the latest version of the SAC, pulling those into a spreadsheet and highlighting the criteria that do map to a FICAM requirement and those that do not.  

Rich Furr spoke to Deb Galagher and she stated that currently approved IDP/CSPs will remain approved under the previous requirements.  Joni proposed that CSPs escalate this issue with Federal CIO council and other forums.

  1. IAWG Metrics discussion

Paul discussed the need for a way for IAWG to report on our progress and activity, he mentioned his involvements with EHNAC and DirectTrust.  Joni and Kantara BOT would appreciate a better view of what's going on.  Rich Furr asked if Paul has assistance, thus far its been approved as an idea but no team has been created.  Rich suggests a report to the ARB on what the IAWG has been doing.  Discussion of mapping to the Federal Bridge PKI CP, and the use of group certificates by SureScripts.

Jeff comments that this is a significant change of direction based on what FICAM has done - we're aiming for a "lowest common denominator" document.

 

 

AOB

 

Carry-forward Items

 

Attachments

 

 

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