PingID white paper: "This whitepaper explores the nature of identity-related crimes: how they originate, how electronic networks are accelerating the problem and how existing security approaches provide at best only a partial solution. The findings of the white paper suggest that identity federation, or the connecting of existing identity systems, presents both new concerns and new opportunities. Identity Federation presents, on the one hand, the opening of a new door to accelerated cross-boundary identity-related fraud and on the other hand, the possibility for powerful new tools and approaches in dealing with and mitigating the effects of identity theft. Indeed, the very nature of identity theft seems such that identity federation may begin to lay the foundation for combating these threats."
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