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Using Gov.UK Verify for Local Authority Multi Service Portals (Alpha Project)

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Federated identity is a powerful mechanism for increasing customer convenience, enhancing organisational efficiency and transforming the way online services are delivered. In the UK there is currently only one federated identity solution that offers highly assured customer identities backed up by clear, agreed standards. That solution is GOV.UK Verify. The [...]

A Global Inventory of Trust Lists, Trust Schemes and Trust Frameworks

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This paper shares some of the work undertaken in the LIGHTest project completed on trust inventories and potential use cases.  It provides a useful short review of similar white papers prepared in the past addressing the topic of Trust Frameworks.  It introduces Trust Lists, Trust Schemes and Trust Frameworks and [...]

The Opportunity of Attribute Exchange

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This paper is for organisations that want to understand how the exchange of verified personal data can enable the delivery of innovative customer centric online services, whilst simultaneously reducing costs. It explains how Mydex CIC provides a Trust Framework and Platform – a unique, safe and secure mechanism for the [...]

The Publish Trust Framework Registration on OIXnet: Building a Trust Measure for Attribute Exchange

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This white paper illustrates the benefits of a Linked Data approach to entity registration in OIXnet and presents the Publish Trust Framework (PTF) pilot developed by the American Psychological Association (APA) to enable secure exchange, aggregation and validation of scholarly identity attributes and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration in scientific communities. The APA [...]