IDtrust is devoted to research and deployment experience related to making good security decisions based on identity information, especially when public key cryptography is used and the human elements of usability are considered.
All software systems, from enterprise data centers to small businesses and consumer-facing applications, must make access control decisions for protected data. IDtrust is a venue for the discussion of the complete access control process (authentication, authorization, provisioning and security decision workflow), addressing questions such as: "What are the authorization strategies that will succeed in the next decade?" "What technologies exist to address complex requirements today?" "What research is academia and industry pursuing to solve the problems likely to show up in the next few years?"
Please visit the conference website for the complete program.
Efficient Transmission of DoD PKI Certificates in Tactical Networks
Draft FIPS 201-2 Discussion Point
Towards a method for managing distributed access entitlement and access certification (Can we trust that AuthZ attribute?)
Trust in National Identity Systems: Exploring Citizen Risk Perception
PKAuth: A Social Login Protocol for Unregistered Apps
System Diagram of Federated Identity, Authentication and Authorization using X.509 Certificates and SAML
Start Date: Wednesday, April 6, 2011
End Date: Thursday, April 7, 2011
Location: NIST-Green Auditorium (Administration Bldg.)
Audience: Industry, Government, Academia
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Reservations must be received by March 22, 2011.