TFS Sync - July
Wednesday, July 12
Ann West, Incommon/Internet2
Colin Wallis, Kantara Initiative Inc.
Nandini Diamond, GSA-FICAM
Andrew Hughes, LC Chair
Matt King, SAFE
Ken Dagg, IAWG Chair
Richard Wilsher, Zygma
Lee Aber, ID.me
Andrew H., AYN International
Scott Shorter, KUMA
Ruth Puente, Kantara Initiative Inc.
Incommon commented that is interconnected globally through eduGAIn, which is the R&E federation metadata aggregation service run by GEANT in the EU. They shared the comparison document between eduGAIN and eIDAS, available here: https://geant.box.com/v/eduGAIN-eIDAS-Comparison
IAWG is currently working on the project plan to revise the IAF to accommodate 800-63-3.
They are working to re-shape the TFS documents and re-align them with PKI. They will circulate the documents to the broader trust community in about 3 weeks. The plan is to get inputs from the community and make adjustments according to the feedback they receive.
Also, they are drafting a credential policy, which is on initial draft phase.
- The TFS stakeholders requested a table of content of the documents that FICAM mentioned in order to have a sense on the direction of those.
- There was a question concerning the transition from 800-63-2 conformity to 63-3 conformity: What it is that has to happen 12 months out from when 800-63-3 was released, is it that from that date on every assessment has to be against 800-63-3 for every agency or is it that there is then a 12-month window during they are expected to transition?.
- Nandini Diamond to send the Table of contents from Draft Certification and Renewal Document (It was sent to the mailing list on Monday, August 7 Table of Contents.docx)
- Nandini Diamond to share the question on the transition from -2 to -3 with FICAM team and provide clarity to the TFS stakeholders. (After the meeting, she confirmed with leadership that NIST means folks to come into conformance in one year).