Overview#Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA) work together to develop a standard set of integration patterns and use cases that describe the intersection points of the components defined in the IDSA Integration Framework. The use cases are collaboratively designed and based upon best practices and industry standards and trends.
Identity Defined Security Alliance use cases are available to organizations – technology vendors, solution providers and end customers – to utilize in the development of roadmaps, service offerings and integrated architectures. Each use case addresses a specific user scenario and provides pre-conditions, workflows, post-conditions and success criteria and are organized by the focus area defined in the IDSA Integration Framework, Security Operations, Data Protection and Risk Management.
Identity Defined Security Alliance is an evolving body of work. Interested organizations are encouraged to comment on the existing use cases and submit use case suggestions for collaborative development by the Identity Defined Security Alliance.