This page contains the current working drafts and information related to IAWG discussions on evolution of the Trusted Identity Component Model and the Identity Assurance Framework.
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The conceptual model work mentioned in NSTIC Pilot Common Considerations 5: An Identity Ecosystem Functional Model for the Modern Market is here: Kantara Cred-ID Binding Approaches Overview slides 20121130 v02.pptx.pdf
The remainder of this page is the working space to build conceptual models related to Identity-Credential decoupling, based on the 'binding approaches' work.
Table of Contents
Introduction & Background
Component Architectures "In The Wild"
The Component Architecture of the Kantara Identity Assurance Framework
Version 3.0 of the Kantara Initiative Identity Assurance Framework included recognition of Component Services.
<<Please see the WG - Identity Assurance OLD space space for information>>
The Component Architecture of NIST 800-63
NIST SP800-63-2 called out the Component model as a viable architectural approach.
Market Evolution and Demands
NSTIC Pilot Projects & the "Real World"
The IAWG has previously published a Draft report on "Decoupled Binding" in which a general model of Credential Manager and Identity Provider relationships and component architecture was developed.
Kantara Cred-ID Binding Approaches overview 20121024.pdf is the Report Document
Kantara Cred-ID Binding Approaches Overview slides 20121130 v02.pptx.pdf is a PowerPoint overview
Andrew Hughes is the lead architect for this work effort.