Superseded Standard

IEEE 1667-2009

IEEE Standard for Authentication in Host Attachments of Transient Storage Devices

This project defines a standard protocol for secure authentication and creation of trust between a secure host and a directly attached Transient and other Storage Devices, such as a USB flash drive, portable hard drive, or cellular phone. The protocol has only an indirect relationship with data integrity/security, and does not directly address issues of authorization and enforcement. The protocol also does not address devices that are attached using a network connection. However, a device that uses a point-to-point wireless connection such as WUSB may comply with this protocol.

Sponsor Committee
C/CPSC - Cybersecurity and Privacy Standards Committee
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Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
2007-12-05
Superseded by
1667-2015
Superseding
1667-2006
Board Approval
2009-11-09
History
ANSI Approved:
2010-06-02
Published:
2010-03-26

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/CPSC - Cybersecurity and Privacy Standards Committee
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Working Group
1667_WG - Working Group for 1667
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IEEE Program Manager
Tom Thompson
Contact
Working Group Chair
Curtis E Stevens
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1667-2018

IEEE Standard for Discovery, Authentication, and Authorization in Host Attachments of Storage Devices

Discovery, authentication, and authorization protocols between hosts and storage devices over multiple transports are defined in this standard.

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1667-2006

IEEE Standard Protocol for Authentication in Host Attachments of Transient Storage Devices

This project defines a standard protocol for secure authentication and creation of trust between a secure host and a directly attached Transient Storage Device (TSD), such as a USB flash drive, portable hard drive, or cellular phone. The protocol has only an indirect relationship with data integrity/security, and does not directly address issues of authorization and enforcement. The protocol also does not address devices that are attached using a network connection. However, a device that uses a point-to-point wireless connection such as WUSB may comply with this protocol.

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1667-2015

IEEE Standard for Discovery, Authentication, and Authorization in Host Attachments of Storage Devices

Discovery, authentication, and authorization protocols between hosts and storage devices over multiple transports are defined in this standard. It specifies a new Silo Type Identifier (STID) allocation process that uses the IEEE Registration Authority.

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