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Related Initiatives

This page provides a list of Projects and Activities of some relevance to PLING. The aim is to ensure collaboration and exchange of information between PLING and these initiatives.

Identity Card Foundation
URL: http://informationcard.net/
Description: "The Information Card Foundation is a group of thoughtful designers, architects, and companies who want to make the digital world easier for you by building better products that help you get control of your personal information."
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: federated IdM Frameworks and policies
Project Concordia
URL: http://projectconcordia.org/index.php/Main_Page
Description: "Project Concordia is a global initiative designed to drive interoperability across identity protocols in use today. It does this by soliciting and defining real-world use cases and requirements for the usage of multiple identity protocols together in various deployment scenarios, and encouraging and facilitating the creation of protocol solutions in the appropriate homes for those technologies."
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: interoperability of heterogeneous federated IdM Frameworks and policies
Identity Governance Framework
URL: http://www.openliberty.org/wiki/index.php/IGF_Introduction
Description: "The Identity Governance Framework is about the secure and appropriate exchange of identity-related information between users and applications and service providers (both internal and external) is the basis of providing deeper and richer functionality for services oriented architecture. Sensitive identity-related data such as addresses, social security numbers, bank account numbers and employment details are increasingly the target of legal, regulatory and enterprise policy. These include,but are not limited to: the European Data Protection Initiative, Sarbanes-Oxley, and Gramm-Leach-Bliley as examples.The Id Governance initiative assists entities managing identity data with increased transparency and demonstrable compliance with respect to policies for identity-related data. It would allow corporations to answer questions such as: Under what conditions may user social security numbers be accessed by applications? Which applications had access to customer account numbers on January 27, 2007?"
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: overall identity governance framework, specification of CARML and AAPML policy languages, privacy management apsects
WS-* Specifications
URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WS-*
Description: "There are a variety of specifications associated with web services. These specifications are in varying degrees of maturity and are maintained or supported by various standards bodies and entities. Specifications may complement, overlap, and compete with each other. Web service specifications are occasionally referred to collectively as "WS-*", though there is not a single managed set of specifications that this consistently refers to, nor a recognized owning body across them all. The reference term "WS-*" is more of a general nod to the fact that many specifications are named with "WS-" as their prefix. This page includes many of the specifications that might be considered a part of "WS-*"."
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: WS-Policy Specs
Dataportability Group
URL: http://dataportability.org/
Description: "To put all existing technologies and initiatives in context to create a reference design for end-to-end Data Portability. To promote that design to the developer, vendor and end-user community"
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: data mangement, policy framework
FOAF and Friends
URL: http://www.foaf-project.org/
Description: "The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project is creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do. FOAF is about your place in the Web, and the Web's place in our world. FOAF is a simple technology that makes it easier to share and use information about people and their activities (eg. photos, calendars, weblogs), to transfer information between Web sites, and to automatically extend, merge and re-use it online."
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: Governance for the Semantic Web
EU PRIME Project
URL: https://www.prime-project.eu/
Description: "PRIME aims to develop a working prototype of a privacy-enhancing Identity Management System. To foster market adoption, novel solutions for managing identities will be demonstrated in challenging real-world scenarios, e.g., from Internet Communication, Airline and Airport Passenger Processes, Location-Based Services and Collaborative e-Learning."
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: privacy and identity management framework, access control, privacy and obligation policies
URL: http://www.oasis-open.org/home/index.php
Description: "OASIS is a not-for-profit consortium that drives the development, convergence and adoption of open standards for the global information society"
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: XACML, SAML, ...
The Open Group
URL: http://www.opengroup.org/
Description: "The Open Group is a vendor-neutral and technology-neutral consortium, whose vision of Boundaryless Information Flow™ will enable access to integrated information, within and among enterprises, based on open standards and global interoperability"
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: identity management
ISO JTC 1/SC 27/WG 5
URL: http://www.iso.org/iso/iso_technical_committee.html?commid=45306
Description: "Identity management and privacy technologies"
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: identity management and privacy technologies
Policy SIG
URL: http://www.policy-workshop.org/
Description: A mailing list and annual workshop series for those interested in policy-based management and security policy.
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: policy based systems management
IETF Session PEERing for Multimedia INTerconnect (speermint)
URL: https://www.ietf.org/html.charters/speermint-charter.html
Description: "SPEERMINT focuses architectures to identify, signal, and route delay-sensitive (real-time) communication sessions. These sessions use the SIP signaling protocol to enable peering between two or more administrative domains over IP networks. Where these domains peer, or meet, the establishment of trust, security, and a resistance to abuse and attack are all important considerations."
Aspects of Relevance to PLING: policies governing the peering of network interconnects for real-time communication services