New IDS Refe­rence Archi­tec­tu­re Model Published

The IDS Refe­rence Archi­tec­tu­re Model (IDS-RAM) con­sti­tu­tes the con­cep­tu­al basis of IDS-com­pli­ant data exchan­ge bet­ween orga­ni­za­ti­ons. In addi­ti­on to spe­ci­fy­ing rules and mecha­nisms ensu­ring data sover­eig­n­ty wit­hin data eco­sys­tems, ver­si­on 3.0 of the IDS-RAM, which was pre­sen­ted for the first time at this year’s Han­no­ver Fair, focu­ses on con­cepts such as big data, arti­fi­ci­al intel­li­gence, the indus­tri­al inter­net of things, and block­chain tech­no­lo­gy to be lever­aged for IDS. “The new ver­si­on of the IDS-RAM defi­nes safe­ty stan­dards, con­trol and enforce­ment rules for data usa­ge, and mecha­nisms for data tracea­bi­li­ty and data pro­ven­an­ce checks”, says Sebas­ti­an Stein­buss, Direc­tor
Archi­tec­tu­re at IDSA.
The IDS-RAM 3.0

• focu­ses on cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on, secu­ri­ty, and gover­nan­ce,

• defi­nes secu­ri­ty stan­dards plus roles and respon­si­bi­li­ties for the data eco­no­my,

• sti­pu­la­tes con­trol and enforce­ment rules for data usa­ge, and

• spe­ci­fies rules and mecha­nisms for data tracea­bi­li­ty and iden­ti­fi­ca­ti­on of data sources.

Here you can find the IDS-RAM 3.0.