Digital Identity Management

Digital Identity Management

Edited by

Maryline Laurent, Telecom SudParis, France
Samia Bouzefrane, CNAM, Paris, France


ISBN : 9781785480041

Publication Date : March 2015

Hardcover 266 pp

155.00 USD

Co-publisher

Description


In the past four decades, information technology has altered chains of value production, distribution, and information access at a significant rate. These changes, although they have shaken up numerous economic models, have so far not radically challenged the bases of our society.
This book addresses our current progress and viewpoints on digital identity management in different fields (social networks, cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT)), with input from experts in computer science, law, economics and sociology. Within this multidisciplinary and scientific context, having crossed analysis on the digital ID issue, it describes the different technical and legal approaches to protect digital identities with a focus on authentication systems, identity federation techniques and privacy preservation solutions.
The limitations of these solutions and research issues in this field are also discussed to further understand the changes that are taking place.

Contents


1. Digital Identity, Maryline Laurent, Julie Denouël, Claire Levallois-Barth and Patrick Waelbroeck.
2. The Management of Identity by the Federation, Augustin De Miscault.
3. Authentication Systems, Christophe Kiennert, Samia Bouzefrane and Pascal Thoniel.
4. Privacy Management and Protection of Personal Data, Maryline Laurent and Claire Levallois-Barth.
5. Digital Identity in Cloud Computing, Christophe Kiennert, Samia Bouzefrane and Amira Faiza Benkara Mostefa.

About the authors


Maryline Laurent is Professor in computer networking at Telecom SudParis and Head of the R3S (Network, Systems, Services, Security) research team, SAMOVAR, in Paris, France. She is cofounder of the Institut Mines-Télécom Chair Values and Policies of Personal Information
Samia Bouzefrane is Associate Professor in Computer Science at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM) in Paris, France. She is currently coordinating a French CNRS Action to promote the field of Secure Smart Objects and Internet of Things.