ISO/IEC 18014-Information technology — Security techniques
Information security is an important aspect of any organization’s overall cybersecurity strategy, and proper implementation of security techniques can help protect your data, systems, and networks from unauthorized access. ISO/IEC 18014 provides a set of internationally accepted standards for the development, implementation, and assessment of information security management systems (ISMSs).
ISO/IEC 18014-1:2008 Information technology — Security techniques — Time-stamping services — Part 1: Framework
Time-stamping services provide a means to identify the time of an event and therefore can be used for a variety of purposes, such as authentication, tracing events and maintaining security. This document provides a framework for time-stamping services, including requirements, concepts and principles.
ISO/IEC 18014-2:2021 Information security — Time-stamping services — Part 2: Mechanisms producing independent tokens
ISO/IEC 18014-2:2021 provides guidance on the use of time-stamping services to produce independent tokens that can be used for security.
This document covers the following topics:
— Overview of time-stamping services and their key properties
— Time-stamping service providers and their role in producing independent tokens
— The generation of independent tokens using time-stamping services
— Security considerations for using time-stamping services
ISO/IEC 18014-3:2009 Information technology — Security techniques — Time-stamping services — Part 3: Mechanisms producing linked tokens
Time-stamping services are essential for ensuring the integrity and security of information. They are used to create a record of the time at which a document was created, modified, or accessed.
There are a number of mechanisms that can be used to produce linked tokens. One example is timestamping using a cryptographic hash function. This mechanism produces a unique token for each instance of the data that is being timestamped.
The linked tokens produced by timestamping services can be used to prove the integrity and security of the data. They can also be used to identify who modified or accessed the data.
timestamping services are a vital part of information technology. They help to ensure the accuracy and security of data, and they can also be used to identify who modified or accessed the data.
ISO/IEC 18014-4:2015 Information technology — Security techniques — Time-stamping services — Part 4: Traceability of time sources
Time-stamping services are an essential part of any secure information system. They allow users to verify the authenticity and accuracy of data and events.
Traceability of time sources is a key requirement for time-stamping services. This section provides guidance on how to trace time sources using various technologies.
This document is intended as a reference guide for developers and administrators of time-stamping services. It is not a specification.
ISO/IEC 18014-4:2015 establishes guidelines for the development, use and management of time-stamping services. It covers topics such as security, privacy, metadata, traceability and interoperability.
ISO/IEC 18013-5:2021 Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving licence — Part 5: Mobile driving licence (mDL) application
ISO/IEC 18013-5:2021 Personal identification — ISO-compliant driving licence — Part 5: Mobile driving licence (mDL) application is a document standard that provides guidance on how to create an application that can be used to request a mobile driving licence.
This document provides guidance on how to create an mDL application, including topics such as security requirements, user interface design, and data handling. It also provides best practices for the design and delivery of an mDL application.
M DL applications are becoming more popular than traditional driving licences. They offer several advantages, including the ability to use them in countries that do not have a reciprocal driving licence agreement with your country of residence.
If you are developing an mDL application, make sure that you follow the guidelines in this document. It will help to ensure that your mDL application is successfully accepted by the authorities.
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