Overview#Trust Framework is a pre-negotiated set of business, legal, and technical agreements that bind all stakeholders with mutual assurance that transactions are reliable and repeatable.
In other words, a framework that is trusted by Community of Interest
A Trust Framework may follow a Trust Model
Examples of Trust Framework#
- Credit Card trust framework
- ACH electronic funds transfer trust framework
- Privacy (e.g., TRUSTe Trustmark)
- Open Identity Trust Framework - The Open Identity Trust Framework administered by the Open Identity Trust Framework is the best known model.
- FICAM - processes and controls for determining an identity provider’s compliance to OMB M-04-04 Level of Assurance (LOA)
- ISO 29115 - a set of requirements and enforcement mechanisms for parties exchanging identity information
- Kantara Trust Framework - a complete set of contracts, regulations or commitments that enable participating actors to rely on certain assertions by other actors to fulfill their information security requirements
- OIX - a certification program that enables a party who accepts a digital identity credential (called the relying party) to trust the identity, security, and privacy policies of the party who issues the credential (called the identity service provider) and vice versa.
- OITF Model - a set of technical, operational, and legal requirements and enforcement mechanisms for parties exchanging identity information
More Information#There might be more information for this subject on one of the following:
- Data Privacy
- Identity Trust Framework
- Legitimacy of Social Login
- Open Identity Trust Framework
- Qiy Trust Framework
- Trust Framework Provider
- Trust Model
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- Web Blog_blogentry_220815_1
- [#1] - What Is an Identity Trust Framework? - American Bar Association - based on information obtained 2016-05-30-
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