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A Review on Digital Wallets and Federated Service for Future of Cloud Services Identity Management

  • In today’s technology-driven era, managing digital identities has become a critical concern due to the widespread use of online services and digital devices. This has led to a fragmented landscape of digital identities, burdening individuals with multiple usernames, passwords, and authentication methods. To address this challenge, digital wallets have emerged as a promising solution. These wallets empower users to store, manage, and utilize their digital assets, including personal data, payment information, and credentials. Additionally, federated services have gained prominence, enabling users to access multiple services using a single digital identity. Gaia-X is an example of such a service, aiming to establish a secure and trustworthy data infrastructure. This paper examines digital identity management, focusing on the application of digital wallets and federated services. It explores the categorization of identities needed for different cloud services, considering their unique requirements and characteristics. Furthermore, it discusses the future requirements for digital wallets and federated identity management in the cloud, along with the associated challenges and benefits. The paper also introduces a categorization scheme for cloud services based on security and privacy requirements, demonstrating how different identity types can be mapped to each category.

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Author:Fatemeh StodtORCiDGND, Christoph ReichORCiDGND
Parent Title (German):Service Computation 2023 : The Fifteenth International Conference on Advanced Service Computing, June 26, 2023 to June 30, 2023, Nice, France
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Year of Completion:2023
Release Date:2023/07/11
Tag:Cloud; Digital wallet; Federated service; Identity management
First Page:16
Last Page:20
Licence (German):License LogoUrheberrechtlich geschützt