Primary Trust Interoperability Profiles

This page displays a list of primary trust interoperability profiles (TIPs) that have been created on this system.
Trust Interoperability Profile Version
Profile of NIEF's recommended data privacy policies and practices, based on privacy control guidance from NIST Special Publication 800-53 r4.
1.0
NIEF federation assurance profile for relying party (RP) / service provider (SP) systems. Derived from NIST Special Publication 800-63C requirements.
1.0
Profile of ICAM privacy requirements from the NIEF Privacy Policy, version 2.0 that apply to Identity Provider Organizations (IDPOs).
1.0
Profile of ICAM privacy requirements from the NIEF Privacy Policy, version 2.0 that apply to Service Provider Organizations (SPOs).
1.0
Profile for proper assertion of all NIEF Mandatory Attributes as defined by the NIEF Attribute Registry. See https://nief.org/attribute-registry/bundles/NIEF-Mandatory/.
2.0
Profile of minimum protocol-level interoperability, attribute, and security requirements for NIEF SAML Identity Providers.
1.0
Profile of minimum protocol-level interoperability, attribute, and security requirements for NIEF SAML Service Providers.
1.0
NIEF authenticator assurance profile for access to categories of data whose highest risk impact level (among confidentiality risk, integrity risk, and availability risk) is LOW. Derived from NIST Special Publication 800-63B Authenticator Assurance Level 2 (AAL2) requirements, excluding security controls and privacy controls. Intended for use in conjunction with appropriate NIEF profiles for security and privacy controls.
1.0
NIEF federation assurance profile for identity provider (IDP) systems. Derived from NIST Special Publication 800-63C requirements, excluding security controls. Intended for use in conjunction with appropriate NIEF profiles for security controls.
1.0
NIEF identity assurance profile for access to categories of data whose highest risk impact level (among confidentiality risk, integrity risk, and availability risk) is MODERATE. Derived from NIST Special Publication 800-63A Identity Assurance Level 2 (IAL2) requirements, excluding security controls and privacy controls. Intended for use in conjunction with appropriate NIEF profiles for security and privacy controls.
1.0
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