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I&A is a business procedure that can require very substantial time and effort to maintain and manage. All these costs add to the bottom-line costs of running the business and in general should be minimized. This requirement is often in conflict with accuracy requirements.
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Protect I&A Service and Assets
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I&A assets, especially authenticators and related data, are vulnerable to theft or disclosure. The I&A service itself needs protection, including confidentiality and integrity of I&A data, availability of the I&A process, and accountability for I&A servicerelated actions. This requirement is supportive of accuracy requirements but is often in conflict with ease of use.
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Variations Across Sets of Requirements
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The specific values of requirements, and the relative importance of each requirement, vary in different use situations. The use situations given in the Problem section illustrate some of these differences. For example:
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I&A results used in granting on-line access to highly-sensitive enterprise information assets would be likely to place high importance on avoiding false
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Identification and Authentication (I&A)
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rejections and protecting I&A assets, and lesser importance on minimizing cost and effort to use.
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I&A results used in tracking who is downloading information or products from publicly-available enterprise Web site would be likely to place high importance on minimizing cost and effort to use, and lesser importance on avoiding false rejections.
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This section first provides further detail on the process that was summarized in the Solution section, then discusses factors for determining the relative importance of requirements.
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The requirements process typically includes these steps: 1. Establish the domain for which the I&A service is needed. Ensure that the domain has been identified and scoped. Typical I&A domains include an information system, physical facility, network, portal, or entire enterprise. Other constraints may bound the domain for example, the I&A requirements for entering a designated facility during normal work hours may differ from the requirements outside business hours, such as night-time and weekends: these would represent two domains. 2. Specify a set of factors that affect specialization and importance of requirements. The factors include uses of I&A, I&A needs, enterprise constraints, and priorities. You can find a general candidate set of factors in Table 7.2. 3. Specify I&A requirements for the target I&A domain. To do this, specialize the set of generic requirements given in the Solution section. 4. Define the relative importance of specific requirements. The association of factors and requirements is discussed below.
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Factors in Determining Relative Importance
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Table 7.2 presents factors for judging the relative importance to the enterprise of the generic I&A requirements that were identified in the Solution section. For each requirement, the table describes how the factors affect the relative priority of the requirement.
Table 7.2
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Factors affecting relative importance of I&A requirements
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GENERIC REQUIREMENT Accurately detect imposters
FACTOR Potential cost to the enterprise if a link is made with an identifier to which the actor is not entitled (for example, could be used to give access to assets) Existence of time-critical functions where access is controlled based on actor identifier, potential cost to the enterprise if controlled critical functions are not performed in a timely manner. User base sensitivity to temporary denial of service. potential cost in dollars or goodwill to the enterprise if users become annoyed
IMPACT ON PRIORITY This requirement should have increased priority if inability to detect imposters could cause significant damage to the enterprise or system.
Accurately recognize legitimate actors
This requirement should have increased priority if rejection of legitimate actors for time-critical functions could cause significant damage to the enterprise or system.
This requirement should have increased priority if rejection of legitimate actors could occur to the point of significant denial of service and user annoyance.
Minimize mismatch with user characteristics
User experience
This requirement should have increased priority if the I&A service could cause significant user frustration by not accommodating user experience level, whether novice or sophisticated. This requirement should have increased priority if the I&A service could cause security risks or significant user frustration by not supporting all user categories, such as employees versus partners. This requirement should have increased priority if the I&A service could cause security risks or significant user frustration by not supporting all user locations, such as local versus remote. This requirement should have increased priority if the I&A service could cause security risks or significant user frustration by not supporting user mobility, such as fixed versus mobile locations. This requirement should have increased priority if the I&A service has heavy use.
User base membership (employees, partners, public, software)
User location (local, remote)
User mobility (fixed or mobile locations, fixed or variable devices)