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Validating the IAMS Framework

Validating the IAMS Framework
Validating the IAMS Framework
The wide spread of services on the internet has aggravated the issue of maintaining multiple identities such as the virtual identities that are based on specific login credentials like username, passwords and PINs. On the other hand, multiple physical identities also prove to be difficult to maintain since different sources require the presence of different smart cards, mobile devices or other proofs of identities. This paper addresses the problem of how to design an optimum user experience for Integrating Physical and Virtual Identity Access Management System (IAMS) by combining theories in three research perspectives: Security, which includes identity; User Experience, comprising Usability; and Acceptability, containing Accessibility. Existing research in this area tend to focus on one of these research perspectives. However, there is little evidence that researchers have approached the issue of an overlap and conflict between these three research perspectives with the intent of building a cohesive understanding of Integrating Physical and Virtual IAMSs in e-government domain and the relationships that exist between the different dimensions and components. Consequently, this research has developed a conceptual IAMS Framework for Integrating Physical and Virtual IAMS, and used expert evaluations for validating the components of the framework.
0973-1873
Alotaibi, Sara Jeza
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Wald, Mike
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Alotaibi, Sara Jeza
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Wald, Mike
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Alotaibi, Sara Jeza and Wald, Mike (2012) Validating the IAMS Framework. International Journal of Intelligent Computing Research (IJICR), 3 (1-2).

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Abstract

The wide spread of services on the internet has aggravated the issue of maintaining multiple identities such as the virtual identities that are based on specific login credentials like username, passwords and PINs. On the other hand, multiple physical identities also prove to be difficult to maintain since different sources require the presence of different smart cards, mobile devices or other proofs of identities. This paper addresses the problem of how to design an optimum user experience for Integrating Physical and Virtual Identity Access Management System (IAMS) by combining theories in three research perspectives: Security, which includes identity; User Experience, comprising Usability; and Acceptability, containing Accessibility. Existing research in this area tend to focus on one of these research perspectives. However, there is little evidence that researchers have approached the issue of an overlap and conflict between these three research perspectives with the intent of building a cohesive understanding of Integrating Physical and Virtual IAMSs in e-government domain and the relationships that exist between the different dimensions and components. Consequently, this research has developed a conceptual IAMS Framework for Integrating Physical and Virtual IAMS, and used expert evaluations for validating the components of the framework.

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Published date: 2012
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 345731
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/345731
ISSN: 0973-1873
PURE UUID: 35be31f3-c447-4921-9ae9-ae108e936394

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Date deposited: 29 Nov 2012 16:53
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 05:08

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