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美国政府提出的奇异网络身份计划

(2011-04-18 13:40:13)
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分类: 《黑客大师-全球新闻》
美国商会(USCC)提出一项计划,在一个事件今天早些时候创造一个安全的互联网识别系统。该计划希望能够消除目前的现状,目前多个密码和用户名,甚至相同的用户名和密码,很容易猜测和被偷走。该计划强调,这一战略是不是一个国家的互联网身份证,它是完全自愿的,将由私营部门的运行。 “通过网上交易更值得信任和更好地保护隐私,我们将会防止犯罪,我们将给予企业和消费者新的信心,我们将促进增长和数不清的创新,”总统奥巴马说,在从白宫的声明。该计划名为全国值得信赖的网络空间(​​NSTIC)认同战略,在当初起草今年一月。很多人没有改变,因为该计划的第一次迭代,虽然Arstechnica指出,有一个关于上述事实,这将是由私人部门和志愿服务,即使是一个更加强调。正如白宫所说的那样,“消费者谁想要参加就能获得作为一个软件独特的作品在智能手机,智能卡或令牌生成一次性密码的单一数字证书,这样的”这将允许他们登录到任何网站“,超过密码单独提供的安全性。”密码确实被证明是容易受到破坏,尤其是最近。在12月中旬2010年,Gawker的媒体遭受了安全漏洞,暴露超过其'注册用户的用户名,电子邮件地址和密码亿元。该计划,同时促进在尊重人的身份安全,也旨在帮助企业建立可行的商业网络。白宫概述了一个没有资金的小企业建立自己的网上登录系统“将可避免成本”和“可以更轻松地利用它的在线业务。”事实上,彭博社报道说,美国政府计划投入“关于在保障网上交易市场为目的的技术”,包括NSTIC超过5600万美元。你可以阅读上白宫网站或点击这里整个战略。
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The United States Chamber of Commerce (USCC) proposed a plan at an event earlier today to create a secure Internet identification system. The plan hopes to eliminate the current status quo—currently multiple passwords and usernames, or even the same username and password—that are easy to guess and to be stolen. The plan stressed that this strategy is not a national Internet ID card, that it's completely voluntary, and will be run by private sectors.

"By making online transactions more trustworthy and better protecting privacy, we will prevent costly crime, we will give businesses and consumers new confidence, and we will foster growth and untold innovation," President Barack Obama said in a statement from the White House.

The plan, titled National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC), was first drafted in January of this year. Much hasn't changed since the first iteration of the plan, though Arstechnica points out that there is an even stronger emphasis on the aforementioned fact that it will be run by private sectors and be a voluntary service.

As the White House puts it, "consumers who want to participate will be able to obtain a single credential—such as a unique piece of software on a smart phone, a smart card, or a token that generates a one-time digital password" that would allow them to login to any website "with more security than passwords alone provide."

Password have certainly proven to be susceptible to breach, especially recently. In mid-December of 2010, Gawker Media suffered a security breach that exposed more than one million of its registered users' usernames, email addresses, and passwords.

The plan, while promoting security in respect to one's identity, is also aiming to help businesses build viable commerce online. The White House outlines that a small business without the funds to create its own login system online "would be able to avoid the cost" and "could more easily take its business online." In fact, Bloombergreports that the United States government plans to spend more than $56 million "on technology aimed at safeguarding the online marketplace" including the NSTIC.

You can read the entire strategy on the White House website or by clicking here.

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