Glossary of Neo-Security Architecture
- An identity resource that is set with an authentication method.
- A process through which the Identity Management System verifies who the user or application is.
- A process through which it is determined what access should be granted for the specific request.
- Neo-Security Architecture
- A modular and open-standard-based security architecture for secure, protected and legitimate access to mobile and web applications and their data, such as APIs and services.
- By reference token
- A token that contains reference pointing to the identity data. They are used in external networks, which makes the identity data opaque to external networks. For example, a phantom token.
- By value token
- A token that contains identity data and almost always include a digital signature over that data to ensure the integrity. They are used in internal networks. For example, a JWT.
- Abbreviated Language For Authorization used in formulating access control policies
- API Management System
- Create, Read, Update, Delete
- Dynamic Client Registration
- Dynamic Client Registration Managment
- Entitlement Management System
- Fast IDentity Online, a set of standards for fast, simple, strong authentication
- HMAC-based One-time Password algorithm
- Identity Management System
- JSON Object Signing and Encryption
- JSON Web Token
- Policy Administration Point
- Policy Decision Point
- Policy Enforcement Point
- Policy Information Point
- Policy Retrieval Point
- Time-based One-Time Password algorithm, an extension of HOTP
- Security Assertion Markup Language
- Service Provider
- System for Cross-domain Identity Management
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