|I think so.|
We have been looking at the issue for openID Connect.
I don't necessarily support NIST's proposal for a separate service.
The feedback and how IdP and RP cooperate in account recovery needs to work seamlessly in the consumer world.
Widening the risk based analyses net to include both IdP and RP is I think part of a number of the use cases.
On 2012-01-11, at 6:29 PM, Mary Ruddy wrote:
This is a very good paper.
These risk minimization approaches which reduce fraud(and therefore increase credential trust) could be thought of as elevating a credential within an LOA.
The question is, does the TC want to include these types of examples in our survey? I believe it makes sense.
Of possible interest to the TC from NIST
“A Credential Reliability and Revocation Model for Federated Identities”
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