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Comments on U.S. NSTIC Steering Group Draft Charter and Related Governance Issues

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This report has been prepared by the Open Identity Exchange (OIX) Advisory Board in response to a request from OIX Chair Don Thibeau for an initial review of the proposed NSTIC Steering Group from a “governance” perspective, to identify possible issues, challenges, structures, and solutions along the path forward as [...]

OIX: An Open Market Solution for Online Identity Assurance

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This white paper introduces OIX as a solution for Internet-scale identity assurance. It starts by summarizing the underlying Open Identity Trust Framework model on which OIX is based. It then covers the structure and operation of OIX itself, and how members qualify for certification listings for specific trust frameworks at [...]

Accelerating the UK Digital Services Market

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: In order to support the anticipated growth of the UK services over the next 5 years, this emerging open market of high-quality identity services will extend interoperability of systems, and further develop trust and transparency between services and their users.  Open standards and processes governing the permissible reuse of identity [...]

Discovering the Needs for UK Identity Assurance

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: In order to understand the overall UK market meeds better, OIX has been asked by its members to run a discovery exercise during 2015 to understand what the private sector needs are for digital identity services, how these relate to central government needs and what questions would arise when [...]