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Publication Citation: Policy Specification and Enforcement for Smart ID Cards Deployment

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Author(s): Ramaswamy Chandramouli;
Title: Policy Specification and Enforcement for Smart ID Cards Deployment
Published: June 03, 2008
Abstract: Deployment of Smart Cards for Identity Verification requires collection of credentials and provisioning of credentials from and to heterogeneous and sometimes legacy systems. To facilitate this process, a centralized identity store called Identity Management System (IDMS) is often used. To protect the integrity, confidentiality and privacy of the credential data that is collected, stored and disseminated through IDMS, a sophisticated set of policies governing data flows, processing and distribution are required. In this paper, we present a policy specification and enforcement framework using XML, XML Schemas and XSLT that was developed for secure management of the infrastructure system used for a large scale smart ID card deployment.
Conference: IEEE Workshop on Policies for Distributed Systems and Networks (IEEE Policy 2008)
Location: Palisades, NY
Dates: June 2-4, 2008
Keywords: Credentials Provisioning, XML Schema, XSLT
Research Areas: Cybersecurity
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