Radiant Logic announced that its RadiantOne identity virtualization platform can provide federated identity services that enable government agencies to meet FICAM requirements.
RadiantOne uses model-driven identity virtualization to provide the functions of a FICAM Authoritative Attribute Exchange Service (AAES) to securely share authoritative identity attributes within an agency. RadiantOne provides logical service layers to act as the Authoritative Attribute Manager and Authoritative Attribute Distributor. The platform uses a virtual abstraction layer to combine identity information from disparate areas and can give a global picture of identity, yet maintain security locally.
The platform consists of a Virtual Directory Server (VDS), and Identity Correlation and Synchronization Server (ICS) and the Cloud Federation Service. The three pieces work together to aggregate and correlate both agency and contractor identities. The product is able to run without custom coding or complex synchronizations.
Radiant Logic has written a white paper about delivering AAES that’s available at its website.