3 edition of Company Secretarial Practice Supplement 32 (Csp) found in the catalog.
Published December 23, 1997 by Administrator in ICSA Publishing Ltd (Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators)
|Statement||ICSA Publishing Ltd (Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators)|
|Publishers||ICSA Publishing Ltd (Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators)|
|LC Classifications||December 23, 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
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In order to authenticate at AAL3, claimants SHALL prove possession and control of two distinct authentication factors through secure authentication protocol s. Contact Joyce Trevithick, CSP Coordinator Email: For further information and assistance, contact your local. When any new authenticator is bound to a subscriber account, the CSP SHALL ensure that the binding protocol and the protocol for provisioning the associated key s are done at a level of security commensurate with the AAL at which the authenticator will be used.
A memory-hard function SHOULD be used because it increases the cost of an attack. This backup authenticator SHALL be either a memorized secret or a physical authenticator.
The verifier has either symmetric or asymmetric cryptographic keys corresponding to each authenticator. This allows users to choose an authenticator based on their context, goals, and tasks e. 2, and SHALL verify the biometric collected during the original proofing process. Detailed normative requirements for authenticators and verifiers at each AAL are provided in Section 5.
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Cell Host Microbe, 2016 Feb 10; 19 2 :227-39. The applicant SHALL identify themselves in person by either using a secret as described in Company Secretarial Practice Supplement 32 (Csp) transaction 1 above, or through use of a biometric that was recorded during a prior encounter. Where the authenticator is a shared secret, the attacker could gain access to the CSP or verifier and obtain the secret value or perform a dictionary attack on a hash of that value.
The study is part of a series of to study non-drug approaches to pain management co-funded by VA, the Department of Defense, and the National Institutes of Health. For example, the verifier may ask a claimant to provide a specific subset of the numeric or character strings printed on a card in table format. The degree of independent business organization and operation. Supreme Court has not established a single rule or test for determining whether an individual is an independent contractor or an employee, the DOL stresses seven factors the Court has considered significant:• Behavioral: Does the company control or have the right to control the worker as well as how the worker does his or her job?
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If the CSP opts to retain records in the absence of any mandatory requirements, the CSP SHALL conduct a risk management process, including assessments of privacy and security risks, to determine how long records should be retained and SHALL inform the subscriber of that retention policy.
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Depending on the implementation, the following are additional usability considerations for implementers:• Usability considerations for typical usage include:• A memorized secret is revealed by a subscriber in a telephone inquiry from an attacker masquerading as a system administrator.