Marrying Heterogeneous Circles of Trust: No Silver Bullet Yet

Abstract : Numerous business and state-owned entities assert the need of secured information exchanges on digital identities based on trusted third parties. Entities trusting each other create a federation. At first, it is necessary for them to formalize this alliance with legal documents. In a second time, an architecture of identity federation will allow them to establish technical trust links, creating a circle of trust, most often with a public key infrastructure. The real challenge for the identity federation domain is the interoperability of information systems thanks to normalized and standardized protocols, that is to say, realize interconnection of circles of trust.
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Mikaël Ates, Christophe Gravier, Jacques Fayolle, B. Sauviac. Marrying Heterogeneous Circles of Trust: No Silver Bullet Yet. The International Electronic Conference on Computer Science 2007 (IECCS07), Jun 2007, Saint-Etienne, France. pp.240-243, ⟨10.1063/1.3037062⟩. ⟨ujm-00372130⟩

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