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ITU-T X.1252

Baseline identity management terms and definitions

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 April 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 24
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This Recommendation contains a baseline set of definitions of terms commonly used in identity management (IdM). The definitions provide a basic definition of the term, i.e., they are intended to convey the basic meaning although exceptionally, a note is included when it helps to clarify the definition. The rationale for some of the key terms/definitions is included in Annex A.

NOTE - The use of the term "identity" in this Recommendation relating to IdM does not indicate its absolute meaning. In particular, it does not constitute any positive validation of a person.

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April 1, 2021
Baseline identity management terms and definitions
This Recommendation defines a baseline set of terms commonly used in identity management (IdM). The definitions of the terms are basic, i.e., they are intended to convey the basic meaning although a...
ITU-T X.1252
April 1, 2010
Baseline identity management terms and definitions
This Recommendation contains a baseline set of definitions of terms commonly used in identity management (IdM). The definitions provide a basic definition of the term, i.e., they are intended to...

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