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Das INDI Ökosystem

Kurzfassung (in Englisch):

This paper presents a Roadmap to a Personalized Identity Management Ecosystem Infrastructure supporting Individualized Digital Identities (INDIs). The INDI ecosystem can enhance privacy by giving individual persons the ability to control with whom they share their identity data and under what conditions, while acting in a private, public or professional capacity themselves or through an authorized proxy. The role of intermediate Operators in a market for privacy-aware identity services offering individual choice is a key concept underpinning the INDI vision and is expected to contribute to the emergence of privacy-sensitive business models that differentiate from current data aggregation practices of commercial actors. The conceptualization and roadmapping was conducted by the GINI-SA project (2010-2012) that presented its outcomes and recommendations towards the main stakeholder communities: Industry, Government and Research. The material contained in the paper was extracted from the deliverables of the GINI-SA project as referenced. The GINI consortium is now engaged with the follow up stage devoted to implementation as its key partners continue to work together under a cooperation agreement aiming to continue promoting the GINI vision and lead to its implementation.


  • Titel:The INDI Ecosystem of privacy-aware, user-centric Identity
  • Autoren: Lefteris Leontaridis, Thomas Andersson, Herbert Leitold, Bernd Zwattendorfer, Shuzhe Yang, und Pasi Lindholm
  • Konferenz: ISSE 2013 - Securing Electronic Business Processes
  • Erscheinungsdatum: 10/2013
  • Download: Volltext
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