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Status update ISO/IEC 24727: Identification Cards – Integrated Circuit Cards – Programming Interface. 18 April 2006 Bill MacGregor U.S. Dept of Commerce. ISO/IEC 24727 multi-part standard. ISO/IEC 24727 – Identification Cards - Integrated circuit cards programming interfaces

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status update iso iec 24727 identification cards integrated circuit cards programming interface

Status updateISO/IEC 24727: Identification Cards – Integrated Circuit Cards – Programming Interface

18 April 2006

Bill MacGregor

U.S. Dept of Commerce

iso iec 24727 multi part standard
ISO/IEC 24727 multi-part standard

ISO/IEC 24727 – Identification Cards - Integrated circuit cards programming interfaces

Builds upon ISO/IEC 7816

Focuses on services, interfaces

Card type neutral

Contact and contactless agnostic

Identification, authentication, and signature services

Discovery of capabilities

Improve quality of life for the application developer

 Goal: Independent implementations that are interchangeable

iso iec jtc 1 sc 17 wg 4 tf 9
ISO/IEC JTC 1 SC 17/WG 4/TF 9
  • ISO/IEC 24727 work assigned to Task Force in SC 17 Workgroup 4/Task Force 9
  • Chaired by US (NIST)
  • ANSI secretary
  • TF9 scope
    • Standardization of a set of structured programming interfaces for interactions between integrated circuit cards and external applications to include generic services for multi-sector use
  • http://www.sc17.com/
  • http://comelec.afnor.fr/iso/iec/jtc1/sc17/wg4
the five parts of iso iec 24727
The five parts of ISO/IEC 24727
  • ISO/IEC 24727 Part 1: Architecture
    • Common terminology
    • Represents logical architecture for framework
    • Current status:
      • Final committee draft stage
      • Draft international standard anticipated Q3 2006
  • ISO/IEC 24727 Part 2: Generic Card Interface
    • Common card interface
    • Discovery: Card capability description (CCD) and Card application capability description (ACD)
    • Current Status
      • Final committee draft stage
      • Draft international standard anticipated Q3 2006
the five parts of iso iec 24727 con t
The five parts of ISO/IEC 24727 (con’t.)
  • ISO/IEC 24727 Part 3: Application Interface
    • New territory for ISO smart card standards
    • API, middleware, services
    • Current Status: Committee draft, second committee draft due June 2006, final committee draft anticipated Q4 2006
  • ISO/IEC 24727 Part 4: API administration
    • Part 2, Part 3 interactions
    • Security architecture
    • Current status: working draft, committee draft anticipated Oct 2006
  • ISO/IEC 24727 Part 5: Testing
    • Approach is to develop test requirements as part of the process of developing 24727 -- challenge
    • Current status: working draft, committee draft dependent on progress of other parts
some considerations and challenges
Some considerations and challenges
  • Part 3
    • Concepts present new thinking for technical work group; required to think out of the 7816 box
    • Ability to grow API without the ISO amendment process
  • Part 4
    • Scope
    • Many of the ‘tough problems’ pushed from Part 2 and Part 3 to Part 4
      • Security model
      • Data models/data structure constructs
    • 7816-13
  • Part 5
    • Observe that with 7816-4
      • There are tons of options
      • There is lack of APDU testing
    • 24727 testing approach needs to be succinct enough to achieve 24727 interoperability goals, otherwise why bother
  • Regional implementations
    • Germany’s IAS
    • Japan concerns
    • Netherlands
    • US PIV
summary
Summary
  • Active participating national bodies:Australia, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, UK, US
  • Europe has a very strong voice in this market
  • US government is investing in ISO/IEC 24727 for several reasons, such as
    • Overcoming the ambiguities of the existing standards
    • Security and interoperable credentials
    • International reciprocity
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Thank you.

Questions….

Contact Information:

U.S. Department of Commerce, NIST

William MacGregor

william.macgregor@nist.gov

+1 301 975 8721

Teresa Schwarzhoff

schwarzhoff@nist.gov

+1 301 975 5727

24727 project editors and contacts
24727 Project Editors and Contacts

Part 1 Project Editor: Gerald Smith/Sharp Microelectronics smith@sharpsec.com

Part 2 Project Editor: Dr. Scott Guthery, Mobile-Mind, sguthery@mobile-mind.com

Part 3 Project Editor: Michael Neumann, StepNexus, mneumann@stepnexus.com

Part 4 Project Editor: Tim Jurgensen, IdentityAlliance, jurgensen@identityalliance.com

Part 5 Project Editor: Gilles Lisimaque, IDTP, glisimaque@idtp.com

TF9 Secretary: Sally Seitz, ANSI, sseitz@ansi.org

TF9 Convener: Teresa Schwarzhoff, NIST, schwarzhoff@nist.gov

NIST Technical contact: Bill MacGregor, william.macgregor@nist.gov