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Open Identity Summit 2017
For decades, users are not able to realize secure passwords for their user accounts at Internet services. Users’ passwords need to fulfil general security requirements and the password requirements of services. Furthermore, users need to cope with different password implementations at services. Finally, users need to ...
Password Policy Markup Language
Password-based authentication is the most widely used authentication scheme for granting access to user accounts on the Internet. Despite this, there exists no standard implementation of passwords by services. They have different password requirements as well as interfaces and procedures for login, password change, and ...
SAML Privacy-Enhancing Profile
Open Identity Summit 2014
We present the SAML Privacy-Enhancing (PE) profile which empowers users to take control of the authentication process and their personal data. Users have the full control of the application flow and get detailed information about the involved participants and the revealed attributes. This enables users to give informed ...
An extensible client platform for eID, signatures and more
Open Identity Summit 2013
The present paper introduces an extensible client platform, which can be used for eID, electronic signatures and many more smart card enabled applications.
The ENTOURAGE Privacy and Security Reference Architecture for Internet of Things Ecosystems
Open Identity Summit 2019
The Internet of Things (IoT), with its ubiquitous sensors and actuators, enables highly useful novel use cases, notably in the field of digital assistance. It also raises unprecedented privacy and security issues. This contribution presents a reference architecture for an ecosystem of digital assistants with minimal ...