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identification

The process by which a subject professes an identity and accountability is initiated. The identification process can consist of a user providing a username, a logon ID, a PIN, or a smart card or a process providing a process ID number.

identification card

A form of physical identification; generally contains a picture of the subject and/or a magnetic strip with additional information about a subject.

Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act

An act that makes identity theft a crime against the person whose identity was stolen and provides severe criminal penalties (up to a 15-year prison term and/or a $250,000 fine) for anyone found guilty of violating it.

ignore risk

Denying that a risk exists and hoping that by ignoring ...

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