TFTM 01-05

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Working Area for TFTM 01-05

Deliverable Name: Requirements Mapping and Analysis Paper
Document Control Code: TFTM 01-05
Deliverable Lead: Joe Grubbs, Binary Structures Corporation
Synopsis: A requirements analysis and mapping of trust framework components – governance, operations, business, legal, technical, privacy, audit, certification and other provisions - and operational processes – to assess their alignment with NSTIC/IDESG Guiding Principles. The analysis will inform the process of establishing trust marks based on TF components most aligned with IDESG/NSTIC Guiding Principles and support reuse of those components within the identity ecosystem.
Deliverable Audience: IDESG Participants and others collaboratively contributing to NSTIC/IDESG deliverables.
Work Plan and Outcomes: The requirements analysis and mapping will assess the alignment of trust framework components – business, legal and technical elements (which cover privacy, security, audit, user experience, certification and other provisions) and operational processes – with NSTIC/IDESG Guiding Principles.

TFTM 01-05 Work Plan:

  • Performed discovery research on model trust frameworks and trust mark activities to inform the TFTM 01-05 analysis and mapping effort [Ongoing through deliverable lifecycle]
  • Developed a draft analytic device and field tested the device based on a review of the CSDII NSTIC Pilot [By April 30, 2014]
  • Engage the Kantara Initiative to extend the draft TFTM 01-05 analytic device to take into account the unique requirements for certification authorities and other stakeholders [By April 30, 2014]
  • Conduct a “constructivist” review of the identified trust framework components using analytic frameworks from participating NSTIC Pilots (identified below) [By June 30, 2014]
  • Evaluate the TF components to identify common requirements and to extract the most aligned with IDESG/NSTIC Guiding Principles, operational and with the highest opportunity for reuse [By July 31, 2014]
  • Publish a white paper with IDESG documenting the findings from the requirements analysis and mapping assessment and recommendations for TFTM model [Draft to TFTM Committee by August 31, 2014]
  • Develop a TFTM Maturity Model describing the IDESG/NSTIC current, intermediate and future states for TFTM components [Draft to TFTM Committee by August 31, 2014]

The TFTM 01-05 working group will coordinate with NSTIC Pilots and other IDESG working groups engaged on research into trust marks, including the Georgia Tech Research Institute NSTIC Pilot, Internet2/InCommon’s Periodic Table of Trust Elements, the Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program (TSCP) NSTIC Pilot, the IDESG Functional Model Working Group, Open Identity Exchange (OIX), the Kantara Initiative and others.

TFTM 01-05 Outcomes:

  • TFTM Requirements Analysis and Mapping Paper
  • TFTM Maturity Model
Deliverable Initiation Process: The initial organization around Deliverable 01-05 began in December 2013; an introductory presentation outlining the proposed methodology and approach was made to the TFTM Committee on January 8, 2014; the kickoff meeting for the Deliverable 01-05 working group was held on January 14, 2014, during the IDESG 7th Plenary, Atlanta, GA. A walk-thru of the draft analytic device based on the analysis of the CSDII trust framework has been scheduled for the IDESG 8th Plenary, Mountain View, CA.
Target Date for Delivery to TFTM Committee: August 2014
TFTM Work Stream: TFTM-WS1: Establish an Interim ID Ecosystem Framework, Interim ID Ecosystem & Interim Trustmark Program
Contributor Names: Joe Grubbs (TFTM 01-05 Lead) joeg@binarystructures.com

Joni Brennan, Dave Coxe, Ryan Galluzzo, Mike Garcia, Adrian Gropper, Ken Klingenstein, Tim Reiniger, Ann Racuya-Robbins, David Temoshok, John Wandelt, Adam Madlin

Collaboration Method: Virtual meetings, conference calls, emails, face-to-face (when possible) and at IDESG Plenary
Meetings and Frequency: Monthly status (virtual) meetings with weekly phone/email status reports
Connections to other committees: For each Standing Committee, specify the type of connection with TFTM for this deliverable.

Standing Committees:

  • Standards: TFTM Informs
  • Privacy: TFTM Informs
  • Security: TFTM Informs
  • Policy: TFTM Informs
File Names: TBD
Table of Contents Link: TBD