Who are you? From Directories and Identity Silos to Ubiquitous User-Centric Identity. Mike Jones, Microsoft and Dale Olds, Novell. Who are you?. Question central to enabling you to do things you're entitled to do, preventing you from doing things you’re not. True in both physical world,
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Who are you?From Directories and Identity Silos to Ubiquitous User-Centric Identity
Mike Jones, Microsoft and Dale Olds, Novell
Set of claims one subject makes about another
Many identities for many uses
Required for transactions in real world and online
Model on which all modern access technology is based
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Individuals and other entities about whom claims are made
SELF - ISSUED
Contains self-asserted claims about me
Effective replacement for username/password
Eliminates shared secrets
Easier than passwords
Provided by banks, stores, government, clubs, etc.
Cards contain metadata only!
Claims stored at Identity Provider and sent only when card submitted
User approves release of token
User selects an IP
Client wants to access a resource
Request security token
Which IPs can satisfy requirements?
RP provides identity requirements
Return security token based
on RP’s requirements
Token released to RP