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Kantara Initiative helps to grow markets by accelerating interoperability of digital identity services. The Identity Assurance Work Group (IAWG) maintains and evolves the Identity Assurance Framework.

Kantara Initiative is the ONLY internationally applicable cross-vertical Trust Framework Provider servicing Assurance Levels 1, 2 and 3 non-PKI for the US Identity Credential and Access Management (ICAM) Program.

Kantara Initiative:

  • Approves: Credential Service Providers and Service Components
  • Accredits: Assessors and Auditors

 

 

Identity Assurance Framework

Controlling Documents - Identity Assurance Framework


DocumentReferenceOwner

Kantara IAF-1000 Overview v2.0

Introduction to the Kantara Initiative Identity Assurance FrameworkIAWG

Kantara IAF-1100 Glossary v2.0

Brief summary of commonly used terms that are used across IAF documents.

IAWG

Kantara IAF-1200 Levels of Assurance v2.0

Assurance Level Policy Overview and Description of the four Assurance Levels.IAWG

Kantara IAF-1300 Assurance Assessment Scheme v5.0

Explains how the Assurance Program operates.ARB

The qualifications and requirements that ARB uses to determine Assessors Accreditation.

Note: IAF 1600 version 3 has been published on 2018-10-29. The sole substantive change in this revision is the replacement of previous criteria AD.1 and AD.2 with a single criterion, AD.3.  In addition, some editorial changes have been made to ensure understanding or to avoid ambiguity.

ARB

Kantara IAF-1800 Rules governing Assurance Assessments v2.0

Explicits the normative of the Kantara Initiative requirements. ARB

It defines the obligations upon Applicant and Approval-holding CSPs, the ARB and its Secretariat, and Accredited Assessors, with regard to the Approval assessment and application processes. Effective from: 2018-05-01, after which date any parts of the KIAF-1300 (AAS) and KIAF -1800 (RAA) which address the scope now covered by the SAH, shall be withdrawn and no longer accepted by the ARB.

ARB


Available Service Assessment Criteria & Assessment Profiles for Identity & Credential Management Systems

Service Assessment Criteria Sets:

DocumentFileAboutOwner

KIAF-1410

CO_SAC

Kantara IAF-1410 Commonly-Applicable Service Assessment Criteria v2.0.pdf

This document describes the Service Assessment Criteria which are to be applied to all assessed credential services, irrespective of their standards basis or applicable assurance levels.

IAWG

KIAF-1420

OP_SAC

Kantara-IAF-1420 Operational--63r2-Service-Assessment-Criteria-v1.0.pdfThis document describes the Service Assessment Criteria which are to be applied to ‘Classical’ service operations (i.e. those broadly based on NIST SP 800-63 rev.2 requirements).

IAWG

KIAF‐1430

63A_SAC

Kantara Members Only

KIAF-1430 SP 800-63A Service Assessment Criteria v3.0.pdf

KIAF-1430 SP 800-63A Service Assessment Criteria v3.0.xlsx

This document sets forth KI's Service Assessment Criteria for assessments against the requirements of NIST's SP 800- 63A.

Note: This document is available for Kantara Members Only.

IAWG

KIAF-1440

63B_SAC

Kantara Members Only

KIAF-1440 SP 800-63B Service Assessment Criteria v3.0.pdf

KIAF-1440 SP 800-63B Service Assessment Criteria v3.0.xlsx

This document sets forth KI's Service Assessment Criteria for assessments against the requirements of NIST's SP 800- 63B

Note: This document is available for Kantara Members Only.

IAWG

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