Authentication

Deriving a Trusted Mobile Identity from an Existing Credential

Provided by Entrust

Category Authentication

Type White Paper

Length 12

Publish Date November 13 2014

Date posted January 20 2015

Overview

With the publication of FIPS 201-2, the ability to place an HSPD-12-compliant credential onto a mobile platform became permissible as defined in the draft NIST Special Publication 800-157. This allows for greater flexibility for future PIV-enabled applications and operations, as the traditional challenges of leveraging strong public key cryptography in mobile devices can be met by derived credentials. This white paper explores proven deployment methods and real-world use cases for deriving a mobile identity from an existing credential.

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