The name badge you receive as part of your Conference registration information, credential must be worn throughout the Conference and at all Conference related activities.
An information package that identifies a principal; a principal's â€œidentification badge,â€ specifying who the principal is and, often, what privileges it has. Credentials are produced by security mechanisms.
a data structure that provides proof of an application's claim to a principal name
a packet of information that includes a ticket and a matching session key
a signed message that allows a principal to delegate part of its own authority to perform actions to other principals
A credential is information that is transferred to establish a claimed principal identity.
Something that an entity has or knows that serves as proof of their identity relative to a given security domain.
A piece of information that identifies a user. A credential may be as simple as a number that is uniquely associated with a user (like a social security number), or it may be complicated and contain additional identifying information. A strong credential contains proof, sometimes called a verifier, that the user of the credential is indeed the actual user the credential identifies.
Data that is transferred to establish a claimed principal identity
An information package that includes a ticket and a matching session key. Used to authenticate the identity of a principal. See also ticket, session key.
An information package that identifies a principal and a principal's identification. A credential specifies who the principal is and, often, what privileges the principal has. Credentials are produced by security mechanisms.