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Meeting in the White House Situation Room

The Board of the Open Identity Exchange met with Vivek Kundra, US CIO, Howard A. Schmidt is the Cyber-Security Coordinator of the Obama Administration, the White House NSTIC National Security Staff and Jeremy Grant NIST [...]

The Open Identity Exchange, The US National Strategy For Trusted Identity in Cyberspace and Today’s Identity Ecosystem

In the 16 months since it was incorporated as a not-for-profit organization, The Open Identity Exchange, OIX has been gathering expertise and building tools to support the development of a new kind of trust frameworks. [...]

OIX Response to “Models for a Governance Structure for the National Strategy for Trusted Identity in Cyberspace”

This document sets forth the response of the Open Identity Exchange ("OIX") to the Notice of Inquiry ("NOI") issued by the Department of Commerce and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for "Models [...]

October is National Cybersecurity Month

October is National Cybersecurity month so a shout out goes to our colleagues at The National Cyber Security Alliance NCSA’s mission is to educate and therefore empower a digital society to use the Internet safely [...]

OpenID to Discuss Benefits of an Open Standard for Authorization

I would like to invite you to an upcoming OpenID London Workshop where me and Kick Willemse, CEO of Prooflink and Board Member of the OpenID Foundation, will discuss the benefits of establishing an open [...]

The ABCs of NSTIC Governance

The OIX Reception after last week’s NIST and Department of Commerce meetings in D.C. was a great opportunity to get folks together and make introductions. One of the hot topics that reflected our earlier discussions [...]