security credentials (Information Flow): The material used by an end-entity (vehicle, personal device, field device, center system etc.) to ensure privacy, integrity and authenticability of its data transmissions. This includes certificates with associated public and private verifying/signing and decrypting/encrypting keys.
Security Credentials Registry (Source Physical Object): The 'Security Credentials Registry' is an Australia-specific physical object that provides access information (e.g., the network address) of the commercial vehicle driver logs and security credentials that enable secure traceable access to driver logs. The SCR receives frequent updates of driver activity to determine the CVOBE-SP(s) that store the driver logs. In terms of US physical objects, the SCR is a Cooperative ITS Credentials Management System (CCMS) with included Object Registration and Discovery Service (ORDS) functionality and specific driver log monitoring extensions.
Commercial Vehicle Check Equipment (Destination Physical Object): 'Commercial Vehicle Check Equipment' supports automated vehicle identification at mainline speeds for credential checking, roadside safety inspections, and weigh-in-motion using two-way data exchange. These capabilities include providing warnings to the commercial vehicle drivers, their fleet managers, and proper authorities of any safety problems that have been identified, accessing and examining historical safety data, and automatically deciding whether to allow the vehicle to pass or require it to stop with operator manual override. Commercial Vehicle Check Equipment also provides supplemental inspection services such as expedited brake inspections, the use of operator hand-held devices, mobile screening sites, on-board safety database access, and the enrollment of vehicles and carriers in the electronic clearance program.
This Triple is in the following Service Packages:
This Triple is described by the following Functional View Functional Objects:
This Triple is described by the following Functional View Data Flows:
This Triple has the following triple relationships:
- EU: Security Credentials - Secure Internet (ITS) (0)
- US: Security Credentials - Secure Internet (ITS) (0)
ITS Application Entity
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ETSI 102 941
ETSI 103 601
ETSI 102 941
ETSI 103 601
Secure Session Alternatives
Internet Subnet Alternatives
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|In cases where an interface is normally encapsulated by a single stakeholder, interoperability is still desirable, but the motive is vendor independence and the efficiencies and choices that an open standards-based interface provides.
|Information Flow Security
|Credentials need to be delivered to their intended target only. Interception and potential use by a third party compromises the C-ITS trust model.
|Credentials need to be correct and intact on delivery, or they will not be functional. Without functional credentials, the end entity cannot operate
|Credentials will be granted as needed but generally not in real-time; that is, an end entity will request credentials a significant time in advance of actually needing them. Thus, occasional downtime can be managed. For those entities accessing the Credentials Registry through wireless mediums only, the additional uncertainties provided by those mediums reinforce MODERATE availability.