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Standard for Data Access Management for Identity Relationships

This standard defines the data access management for identity relationships. With fine-grained identities for users, AI (Artificial Intelligence), sensors and smart devices, data processing and management generate data upon relationships, which provides requirement for authorization, authentication and access control cross systems and entities. Data privacy and protection are involved in the scope of the identity relationship framework. This standard also defines a series of extendable interfaces in id-based relationship interoperation scenario, to dock third-party utility components like compliance and regulation.

Sponsor Committee
CTS/DFESC - Digital Finance and Economy Standards Committee
Active PAR
PAR Approval

Working Group Details

IEEE Consumer Technology Society
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Sponsor Committee
CTS/DFESC - Digital Finance and Economy Standards Committee
Working Group
IFWG - Identity Framework Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Jiajia Liu
Working Group Chair
Ning Hu

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Standard for General Requirements for Identity Framework for Metaverse

This standard defines the requirements of an identity framework for metaverse.nThis standard provides an identity framework for use across different metaverse systems. Furthermore, the standard helps to recognize the relevance between real world and virtual world entities. The standard covers business logic, operational procedures, and authentication programs. Also, the standard defines terminologies, a basic architectural framework, and key indicators.

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