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Shared Signals – Protecting the Identity Ecosystem

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This paper gives an overview of an Open Identity Exchange UK discovery project run to explore the potential for a “Shared Signals” model (the exchange of “trust” and metadata, rather than personal data) to increase shared trust in the Identity Ecosystem between Identity Providers (IdPs), Email Providers (EPs) and Service [...]

Economics of Identity

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Individuals and businesses are moving rapidly to a digital and mobile way of doing business with each other.  The more we interact and transact online, the more important online identity becomes.  Without it the growth of online commerce – and therefore the economy as a whole – will be constrained. [...]

South Yorkshire (1): Bridging the “Digital Divide”

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This project looks at the challenges with one of the hardest demographics to address, those who potentially do not have traditional forms of identity documentation (e.g. passports and driving licences) or digital footprints (e.g. bank accounts or electronic records on the credit referencing data) and therefore find it harder to [...]

The Open Identity Trust Framework (OITF) Model

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This paper proposes the Open Identity Trust Framework (OITF) model as a way to achieve the confidence needed to support the exchanges of identity information. The goal is to define a trust framework that reduces barriers and promotes trust so that individuals can conduct trusted transactions. Section II introduces [...]