Public Deliverables

Through the course of the LIGHTest Project there will be a number of external and internal project deliverables. Here we list all the latest deliverables as soon as they are accepted by the European Commission.

February 04, 2020

LIGHTest Bulletin - A report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcome (13)

D11.19

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin.

February 04, 2020

Contextual and situational description and benchmark of events (3)

D11.18

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin.

February 04, 2020

LIGHTest Bulletin - A report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcome (12)

D11.15

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin.

February 04, 2020

LIGHTest Bulletin - A report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcome (11)

D11.14

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin

February 04, 2020

LIGHTest Bulletin - A report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcome (10)

D11.13

This document is a report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin.

February 04, 2020

LIGHTest Bulletin - A report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcome (9)

D11.12

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin.

February 04, 2020

LIGHTest Bulletin - A report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcome (8)

D11.11

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin.

February 04, 2020

Standardisation Report (3)

D10.10

This deliverable summarizes the main activities of the most important standardization groups and industry alliances in which LIGHTest partners are actively involved. It also highlights the impact that group activities could have on the project.

February 04, 2020

Integration Testing Report (3)

D8.10

This document is the deliverable D8.10 “Integration Testing Report (3)” of the project “Lightweight Infrastructure for Global Heterogeneous Trust management in support of an open Ecosystem of Stakeholders and Trust schemes” (LIGHTest, project nr. 700321) with the objective to create a global cross domain trust infrastructure that renders it transparent and easy for verifiers to evaluate electronic transactions. This deliverable is constructed upon the deliverable D8.9 “Integration Testing Report (2)” and it covers the third iteration on integration testing efforts.

February 04, 2020

Integration Testing Report (2)

D8.9

This document is the deliverable D8.9 “Integration Testing Report (2)” of the project “Lightweight Infrastructure for Global Heterogeneous Trust management in support of an open Ecosystem of Stakeholders and Trust schemes” (LIGHTest, project nr. 700321) with the objective to create a global cross domain trust infrastructure that renders it transparent and easy for verifiers to evaluate electronic transactions. This deliverable is constructed upon the deliverable D8.8 “Integration Testing Report (1)” and it covers the second iteration on integration testing efforts.

February 04, 2020

Conformance and Interoperability Testing Result Report (3)

D8.5

This document is deliverable D8.5 “Conformance and Interoperability Testing Result Report (3)” of the project “Lightweight Infrastructure for Global Heterogeneous Trust management in support of an open Ecosystem of Stakeholders and Trust schemes” (LIGHTest, project nr. 700321) with the objective to create a global cross domain trust infrastructure that renders it transparent and easy for verifiers to evaluate electronic transactions.

February 04, 2020

Conformance and Interoperability Testing Result Report (2)

D8.4

This document presents the second iteration of the “Conformance and Interoperability Testing” and is built upon D8.3 Conformance and Interoperability Testing Result Report (1) where test assertions and normative specifications are derived from design and use case documentations. In this document, test cases that are derived from TSPA, TTA, and DP assertions that are given in D8.3. Results of the testing will be provided in the last iteration of the report.

February 04, 2020

Integrated LIGHTest Software Components

D8.2

This deliverable provides information about the LIGHTest software components. The deliverable also discusses the integration between the software components. We discuss the interoperability of the Automatic Trust Verifier with the Trust Scheme Publishing Authority, Trust Translation Authority and the Delegation Provider.

February 04, 2020

Usability and Interaction Design (3)

D6.9

The focus of the third concept iteration was to make sure that the interaction concept was implemented in the software as well as providing support to the developers with arising issues that could not be addressed before. Therefore, this deliverable shows, how the interaction concept was implemented (see chapter 5) and provides a third usability evaluation using a heuristic expert walkthrough (see chapter 7).

February 04, 2020

Cross-Border Legal Compliance and Validity of Trust Policy and Trust Decisions (2)

D6.8

The objective of this deliverable is to provide an overview of how LIGHTest addresses the legal challenges in relation to trust policies and trust decisions, and which outputs have been created through various deliverables, including in relation to publication, translation and delegation. More explicitly, this deliverable explains how, based on the characteristics of LIGHTest as a project (Chapter 4), the DNS (Chapter 5) and the legal tools at our disposal in the context of LIGHTest (Chapter 6), we have created a legal solution framework that allows users of the LIGHTest technology to provide acceptable legal certainty in the trust policies which are processed through LIGHTest technology and in the trust decisions that users make on the basis of this trust information (Chapter 7). Furthermore, as a way of supporting sustainability, we provide a proposal of how LIGHTest infrastructure could be embedded in future legislation, using the eIDAS Regulation as an example.

February 04, 2020

Open Source Tool for Automated Trust Verification

D6.6

This document describes how to obtain, build, and maintain the source code for the automated trust verifier (ATV) component.

February 04, 2020

Open Source Tool for Visualization and Editing of Trust Policies

D6.5

This document describes how to obtain, build, and maintain the open source libraries for the trust policy editor. It describes the procedures to compile and run the software tool.

February 04, 2020

Requirements and Design of a Conceptual Framework for Trust Policies (2)

D6.2

Trust policies are important for access control and verification services. They present some conditions that must be fulfilled before access or authorization is granted for a resource. In the context of LIGHTest, the trust policy presents a pre-defined set of conditions to verify electronic transactions. This document describes the basis of the trust policies in Lightest and how the trust policies are formulated for different scenarios. Since the Trust Policies need the Automatic Trust Verifier (ATV), a short description and the interaction of the ATV and other components are given.

February 04, 2020

Cross-Border Legal Compliance and Validity of Delegation (2)

D5.7

The central objective of LIGHTest is to create the tools to use a global trusted communications mechanism – the DNS – for the discovery, validation and translation of certain trust information. This trust information in the context of LIGHTest principally relates to trust policies, i.e., a recipe that takes an electronic transaction and potentially multiple trust schemes, trust translation schemes and/or delegation schemes as input and creates a single Boolean value (trusted [y/n]) and optionally an explanation (e.g., why not trusted) as output (source: D2.1 – Inventories). Broken down to the simplest terms, a trust policy contains the rules to decide whether a transaction can be trusted or not.

February 04, 2020

Cross-Border Legal Compliance and Validity of Trust Scheme Translation (2)

D4.7

The central objective of LIGHTest is to create the tools to use a global trusted communications mechanism – the DNS – for the discovery, validation and translation of certain trust information. This trust information in the context of LIGHTest principally relates to trust policies, i.e., a recipe that takes an electronic transaction and potentially multiple trust schemes, trust translation schemes and delegation schemes as input and creates a single Boolean value (trusted [y/n]) and optionally an explanation (e.g., why not trusted) as output (source: D2.1 – Inventories). Broken down to the simplest terms, a trust policy contains the rules to decide whether a transaction can be trusted or not.

February 04, 2020

Open Source Client Library and Server Tools for Trust Translation

D4.5

The aim of this document is to provide a brief description of the library developed to support the Trust Translation Authority according to the work done it work package 3, 4 and 5. The document contains a chapter (5) with the mentioned description of the software components from the general architecture. This release constitutes a base of the TTA functionality that which evolution and improvement will continue during the integration of the Pilots. This code is released under Apache license.

February 04, 2020

Cross-Border Legal Compliance and Validity of Trust Scheme Publication (2)

D3.7

The central objective of LIGHTest is to create the tools to use a global trusted communications mechanism – the DNS – for the discovery, validation and translation of certain trust information. This trust information in the context of LIGHTest principally relates to trust policies, i.e. a recipe that takes an electronic transaction and potentially multiple trust schemes, trust translation schemes and delegation schemes as input and creates a single boolean value (trusted [y/n]) and optionally an explanation (e.g., why not trusted) as output (source: D2.1 – Inventories). Broken down to the simplest terms, a trust policy contains the rules for making a decision on whether a transaction can be trusted or not.

February 04, 2020

Conceptual Framework for Trust Schemes (2)

D3.2

This document provides a Conceptual Framework for Trust Schemes in LIGHTest. This is the second deliverable, which presents a refined and aligned description of the Conceptual Framework for Trust Schemes, which uses D3.1 submitted in project month M08 as bedrock and also incorporates the results of the WP3 tasks T3.2 “Design of DNS-based Publication of Trust Schemes”, and T3.3 “Discovery of Trust Scheme Publication Authorities”.

February 04, 2020

Evaluation Report (2)

D2.13

The goal of this deliverable is to evaluate the requirements for the LIGHTest project that were established in D2.3. With regards to the establishment of requirements, this is done by first defining five categories of requirements that will give a full perspective of what is needed to achieve the highest level of success. Next, there are three driving artefacts in the LIGHTest project. The three artefacts are the Reference Architecture, Implementation, and the Pilots. With that, each established requirement will need to rank the level of importance in reference to each of these artefacts. As this is a two-part deliverable, the deliverable D2.12 Evaluation (1) focused on the evaluation of the Reference Architecture Artefact and this deliverable will focus on the evaluation of the Implementation and Pilots Artefacts.

February 04, 2020

Legal, Ethical and Societal Requirements and Constraints (2)

D2.11

The LIGHTest project must be executed in accordance with applicable laws, ethical standards, and societal constraints. Compliance with data protection law is a central concern, in particular, the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR), which became applicable on 25 May 2018 (i.e. in the course of the LIGHTest project). In addition, LIGHTest use cases need to take into consideration potential national data protection laws where the GDPR still leaves a margin of appreciation to the Member States (e.g. when LIGHTest would be used for the processing of data concerning health, or for scientific research purposes).

February 04, 2020

Formal Description and Analysis of Concepts (2)

D2.5

The deliverables D2.4, D2.5, and D2.6 represent the formal basis of the LIGHTest project, where D2.4 was issued at the end of the first project year, this here D2.5 is the update after the second project year, and D2.6 will be the final version at the end of the project.

August 29, 2018

Conceptual Framework for Delegations (2)

D5.2

This document provides a conceptual framework for the Delegation Publisher in the LIGHTest project. The framework provides the basis of the work within WP 5. It was used as input to the deliverables D5.3 [1], and D5.4 [2]. Those two deliverables required preliminary results.

August 28, 2018

Conformance and Interoperability Testing Result Report (1)

D8.3

This document is the deliverable D8.3 “Conformance and Interoperability Testing Result Report (1)” of the project “Lightweight Infrastructure for Global Heterogeneous Trust management in support of an open Ecosystem of Stakeholders and Trust schemes” (LIGHTest, project nr. 700321) with the objective to create a global cross domain trust infrastructure that renders it transparent and easy for verifiers to evaluate electronic transactions.

August 28, 2018

Contextual and situational description and benchmark of events (2)

D11.17

These deliverables summarize the activities at LIGHTest dissemination events in YEAR2, to highlight the dissemination successes and activities of the project, for both evaluation purposes and information of partners that do not take part in the event.

August 28, 2018

Integration Testing Report

D8.8

To conceive truly “global trust lists”, a key objective of LIGHTest is global operation and global acceptance. By using the existing and well established Domain Name System as the basis of the LIGHTest trust infrastructure, global operation is possible from the start without requiring any additional roll out of enabling infrastructure.

August 26, 2018

Open Source Client Library and Server Tools for Delegations

D5.5.

This document describes how to obtain, build, and maintain the open source libraries for the delegation publisher. It describes the procedures to compile and run the software on any client or server.

August 26, 2018

Open Source Client Library and Server Tools for Trust Schemes

D3.5

This document explains how to obtain, build and maintain the open source libraries for the trust scheme publication authority. It describes the procedures to compile and run the software on any server.

August 23, 2018

Bulletin: report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes

D.11.11

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes in the form of a news bulletin

August 15, 2018

Conceptual Framework for Trust Scheme Translation (2)

D4.2

The aim of this deliverable is to provide the final design of the Conceptual Framework for Trust Scheme Translation within the LIGHTest architecture.

August 12, 2018

Derivation Scheme and Device Attestation Scheme Implementation

D7.3

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

July 31, 2018

Standardization Report Year 2

D10.9

The focus of task 10.5 is to evaluate and contribute to international standardization activities and thus to align the project with global developments. This works bi-directionally, as partners of LIGHTest are also members of various standardization groups and bodies and industry alliances. Therefore, results from these groups can be fed into the LIGHTest project to allow for quick adjustments of the LIGHTest concept, if needed. In addition, innovative results from LIGHTest can be contributed to the standardization groups to maximise the impact of the project.

July 04, 2018

Composition of Advisory Board

D11.1

This document serves to describe an updated membership of the LIGHTest Advisory Board

May 29, 2018

Discovery of Trust Scheme Publication Authorities

D3.4

This document provides discovery mechanisms for Trust Scheme Publication Authorities in order to be able to locate the right trust data in the global name space of domain names. This is one part of the Trust Scheme Publication Authority (TSPA), which provides the infrastructure for the Publication of Trust Schemes as well as for the Discovery and Verification of Trust Scheme Memberships. For this purpose, the conceptual framework of the TSPA was developed in D3.1, which consists of two components; a DNS Name Server with DNSSEC extension and a Trust Scheme Provider. The design of the Publication of Trust Schemes is described in D3.3.

May 29, 2018

eCorreos: Requirements, Scenarios and Demo Data

D9.1

In order to demonstrate the technical feasibility of using LIGHTest technology in a real-world scenario, Correos has envisioned a pilot within its suite of digital cloud services (eCorreos). Testing some LIGHTest components on eCorreos eNotification (My Notifications), eDelivery (My Mailbox) and/or eCorreos eID (Correos ID) services will check some of the major features of LIGHTest in an operational environment.

May 28, 2018

E-Procurement: Requirements, Scenarios and Demo Data

D9.5

In order to demonstrate the technical feasibility of using LIGHTest technology in a real-world scenario, IBM has devised a pilot that will exercise the major features of LIGHTest in an operational environment.

May 27, 2018

Discovery of Trust Translation Authorities

D4.4

The aim of this document is to provide discovery mechanisms for Trust Translation Authorities in order to supply the right information about the trust scheme levels translation lists. The mentioned discovery process is part of the procedure that belongs to the conceptual framework for Trust Scheme Translation presented in the D4.1 [1] where not only the discovery but the publication process is described.

May 08, 2018

Bulletin: report on dissemination, exploitation & list of technical outcomes

D11.10

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin.

April 22, 2018

Discovery of Delegations

D5.4

This deliverable describes the discovery of delegations. The discovery of delegation is based on the two deliverables D5.1; the conceptual framework; [1] and D5.3; the publication of delegations; [2].

February 28, 2018

DNS-based Publication of Trust Translation Schemes

D4.3

The purpose of deliverable D4.3 is to present the mechanisms to publish the trust translation declaration lists using the existing data elements of the DNS system. It results from the adoption of a common definition of Publication to apply in the three work packages managing publication of Trust related data; WP3, WP4 and WP5.

February 28, 2018

DNS-based Publication of Delegations

D5.3

During the cause of the project we came to the conclusion that is better to not use DNS for the publication of delegations. Therefore it contradicts the LIGHTest reference architecture [1]. All deviations from [1] are intentional and update the reference architecture. Furthermore, this document also outdates the current version of the conceptual framework [2]. The second iteration of the conceptual framework will contain the updated information on the publication of delegations.

February 28, 2018

POPD - requirement no 3

D1.1

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

February 28, 2018

NEC - requirement no 8

D1.3

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

February 27, 2018

Bulletin: report on dissemination, exploitation & list of technical outcomes

D11.9

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin.

February 27, 2018

DNS-based Publication of Trust Schemes

D3.3

This document provides the design of the DNS-based Publication of Trust Schemes in LIGHTest. The design of the conceptual description of trust schemes was already developed in the deliverable D3.1. This deliverable describes now the publication of Trust Schemes using the existing data elements and infrastructure of the DNS system.

February 27, 2018

Sustainability Report and Adoption Roadmap

D10.6

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

December 18, 2017

Minder Testbed Applied Architecture (1)

D8.6

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

November 30, 2017

Bulletin: report on dissemination, exploitation & list of technical outcomes

D11.8

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin.

November 29, 2017

Exploitation Plan and Report

D10.3

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

November 29, 2017

Requirements and Design of a Conceptual Framework for Trust Policies (1)

D6.1

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

November 29, 2017

Usability and Interaction Design (1)

D6.3

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

October 30, 2017

Strategic Project Management Plan (2)

D12.2

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

October 30, 2017

Cross-Border Legal Compliance & Validity of Delegation (1)

D5.6

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

October 26, 2017

Innovation Management Plan (2)

D12.10

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

October 25, 2017

Data Management Plan (2)

D12.7

This deliverable is confidential and not for publication

August 30, 2017

Standardisation Report

D10.8

The focus of task 10.5 is to evaluate and contribute to international standardization activities and thus to align the project with global developments. This works bi-directionally, as partners of LIGHTest are also members of various standardization groups and bodies and industry alliances. Therefore, results from these groups can be fed into the LIGHTest project to allow for quick adjustments of the LIGHTest concept, if needed.

August 29, 2017

Contextual and situational description and benchmark of events (1)

D11.16

These deliverables summarize the activities at LIGHTest dissemination events, to highlight the dissemination successes and activities of the project, for both evaluation purposes and information of partners that do not take part in the event.

August 30, 2017

Bulletin: report on dissemination, exploitation & list of technical outcomes

D11.7

This document is a copy of the report on dissemination, exploitation and list of technical outcomes, in the form of a news bulletin.

August 30, 2017

Formal Description and Analysis of Concepts

D2.4

This deliverable represents the formal basis of the LIGHTest project. At the core, this means to develop a formal language for describing the different aspects of the project, in particular policies for trust, trust translation, and delegation.

August 30, 2017

Relevant DNSSEC Concepts and Basic Building Blocks

D2.7

The trust infrastructure developed by the LIGHTest project makes use of the existing global Domain Name Service (DNS) for discovering information relevant for validation of trust. As a distributed database both in terms of organization of data as well as responsibility for operation and management, the DNS is very suitable for an infrastructure that aims to support integration and interoperation of various trust schemes...

August 30, 2017

Social Impact Report

D2.9

As this deliverable will explore, LIGHTest is predicated on the concept of supporting trust management (including discovery of trust information, trust translation and trust validation) as a way of supporting trust decision making, using the global DNS infrastructure as a communications tools for trust information.

August 30, 2017