Identification cards - Integrated circuit card programming interfaces - Part 3: Application interface AMENDMENT 1
|Publication Date:||1 April 2014|
|ICS Code (Identification cards. Chip cards. Biometrics):||35.240.15|
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Amendment 1 to ISO/IEC 24727-3:2008 was prepared by Joint Technical Committee ISO/IEC JTC 1, Information technology, Subcommittee SC 17, Cards and personal identification.
ISO/IEC 24727-2 standardizes the use of ISO/IEC 7816-15 data structures as "discovery information" that is communicated throughout the ISO/IEC 24727 stack. This Amendment enhances the definition of the use of ISO/IEC 7816-15 to fully link the entities defined at the Service Access Layer (API) (e.g. Differential Identity, Authentication Protocol) with typical "on-card" entities such as keys, files and Access Control Rules. Examples are provided.
XML encodings have become more and more used in the field of IAS [Identity, Authentication and (digital) Signature] Identity Management and general networking communication. To enhance interoperability with existing networking systems and federated identification and authorization systems (e.g. SAML, OpenID, etc.) standardization of an XML representation of the API and data structures of ISO/IEC 24727-3 is essential.