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UNIQuE: A User-Centric Framework for Network Identity Management

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Authors
Altmann, Jorn; Sampath, Rajarajan
Issue Date
2006-04
Publisher
IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium
Citation
IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium, Vancouver, Canada, April 2006
Keywords
IdentityIdentity ManagementFederated Network Identity ManagementAAA systemTrustPrivacySecurity
Abstract
Network identity management system, in theory, is conceived as the solution to many identity-related issues burgeoning day-to-day. These issues, which need to be addressed, range from managing the outburst of user identities to protecting user interests as well as business interests. This paper proposes a framework for network identity management on the Internet that addresses these issues from a user-centric point of view. After discussing the challenges and opportunities of a user-centric identity management system, we describe the architecture of our framework called UNIQuE in detail. The architecture comprises components such as a security infrastructure, a trust subsystem, an inter-provider communication system, and a repository system. In essence, the goal of this framework is to specify a comprehensive, user-centric solution to all identity-related issues, which also vouches for effortless maintenance. The fundamental difference to existing systems is its integrating approach to many usually separately considered, identity-related issues.
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/6834
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