Identity Assurance Hub Service Profile: SAML Attributes
- Cabinet Office
- Part of:
- Identity assurance: delivering trusted transactions and Central government efficiency
- First published:
- 11 September 2013
This sets out technical attributes needed for all online public services connecting to the Identity Assurance (IDA) Hub Service.
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The Identity Assurance Hub Service SAML Profile describes the methods used and the rules applied to the authentication process from the perspective of identity providers, service providers and matching services.
All services connecting to the Identity Assurance (IDA) Hub Service have to follow the SAML specification.
This specification describes the Matching Data Set (MDS) attributes and Fraud Event Assertion attributes as well as their usage within the scope of the SAML Profile.
Published: 11 September 2013