Authenticated Identity

  • Formal
  • Authenticated identity refers to the identity information for an entity created to record the result of identity authentication. User authentication occurs within most human-to-computer interactions other than guest accounts, automatically logged-in accounts, and kiosk computer systems.
  • Practical
  • User authentication occurs within most human-to-computer interactions other than guest accounts, automatically logged-in accounts and kiosk computer systems. Generally, a user has to enter or choose an ID and provide their password to begin using a system. User authentication authorizes human-to-machine interactions in operating systems and applications as well as both wired and wireless networks to enable access to networked and Internet-connected systems, applications and resources.
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