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2013 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (2007)
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
July 9, 2007 to July 13, 2007
ISBN: 0-7695-2925-9
pp: 60-67
Dragan Gasevic , Athabasca University, Canada
Ty Mey Eap , Simon Fraser University, Canada
Marek Hatala , Simon Fraser University, Canada
Being proactive and vigilant is the best defense against identity theft and the invasion of privacy. This recurrent advice from the public broadcasting attests that security breaches can happen and no identity management system can provide full-proof security. The challenge is even greater in service-oriented architectures where each user has their identities scattered across many services and has no control over management of those identities. Recent research in the area of the user-centric identity management makes user control and consent the key concept for identity management, but there is no consensus on the level of user-centricity. This paper proposes a service-oriented architecture framework called personal identity management that truly puts users in control over the management of their identities. The advantages of this proposal can be demonstrated through a comparison analysis of relevant identity management systems against a set of criteria required for today?s identity management.
Dragan Gasevic, Ty Mey Eap, Marek Hatala, "Enabling User Control with Personal Identity Management", 2013 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing, vol. 00, no. , pp. 60-67, 2007, doi:10.1109/SCC.2007.56
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