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This document is currently an assessment of the work needed for Registry to support InCommon IAPs out of the box. It is based on v1.1 of the Identity Assurance Profiles. The items described below would be optional, ie: Registry could operate in an IAP compliant manner, but by default would not.

Note that IAP attributes generally apply to Org Identities and not to CO People. As such in a fully federated model, this functionality would not be required.

For Bronze

  1. §4.2.3.2: If a Password Management Plugin is written, it will need to implement character class checks and dictionary checks, or require random passwords.
  2. §4.2.5.6: Registry provides support for tracking compliance with acceptable use policies.
  3. §4.2.6.1: Registry provides support for provisioning IAQ compliance information to LDAP and/or specified groups.

For Silver

  1. §4.2.2.1: Registry will require Silver IAQ in order to enable COU, CO, or CMP administrative operations.
  2. §4.2.2.3.2: OrgIdentity requires additional fields for identity proofing and for date of birth.
  3. §4.2.2.3.2: Address types are expanded to include "Address of Record" and "Address of Record (Unconfirmed)".
  4. §4.2.2.3.2: Enrollment flows mandate official name per document and address of record.
  5. §4.2.2.3.3: OrgIdentity requires status and/or expiration dates.
  6. §4.2.2.4.2.2: Enrollment flows collect photo ID information
  7. §4.2.2.4.3: Self-Enrollment collects ID number and information and vets against a record checking service (or services)
  8. §4.2.2.5: Enrollment flow generates a single use token sent to an email address of record, a token SMS'd to a telephone address of record (for mobile phones), or a letter with a single use token to be printed out and mailed by an admin to a physical address of record. Once the token is provided back, the Address of Record is confirmed.
  9. §4.2.2.5: A change in the Address of Record triggers the same confirmation process before the address is considered confirmed.
  10. §4.2.3.3: If a Password Management Plugin is written, it will need to implement character class checks and dictionary checks, or require random passwords.
  11. §4.2.4.1: Enrollment flows may generate single use tokens where self-enrollment is not in use.
  12. §4.2.4.3: If a Password Management Plugin is written, it will need to require an old, unexpired password or the use of pre-registered identity reset questions prior to setting a new password. Registry may track whether a credential is compliant.
  13. §4.2.4.4: If a Password Management Plugin is written, it will need to record issuance and revocation events, possibly in Registry's history records.
  14. §4.2.5.6: Registry provides support for tracking compliance with acceptable use policies.
  15. §4.2.6.1: Registry provides support for provisioning IAQ compliance information to LDAP and/or specified groups.