IIW & Identity Community Orientation (1F)
Session Topic: IIW 101 (T1F)
Tags for the session - technology discussed/ideas considered:
Discussion notes, key understandings, outstanding questions, observations, and, if appropriate to this discussion: action items, next steps:
2004 Digital Identification World was the beginning of the process of how to build an ID for usage on the web in all situations.
Companies had for inside the enterprise but how to have for outside as well the individual
ID Commons began in early 2000’s and ideas and individuals from this and Digital World were the beginning of IIW.
7 Laws of ID by Kim Cameron
The Venn of ID by Eve Maler
At a Crossroads
Personhood in Digital Age
SIMPL – Simple Assertions Markup Language
Individuals talking to each other on different systems compatibility
Open ID – People have a URL from a blog or other application. How do they use this URL to ID themselves around the web.
INFORMATION CARDS – Good Idea, but now a dead idea.
Government wants to use this type of info, but no way to implement.
Personal Data Banks and Stores
Individual have their own info and who stores it, who do they share it with and where does it get used.
Companies today mining data, storing it and then selling it. Want to give individual control, but how.
Personal Data Ecosystem.org Consortium - How to give individuals control of their own data
OAUTH – Open Authentication
Simple management of date
User Managed Access
More sophisticated management of own data
Spectrum of ID
NSTIC – How do networks with safe credentials work together.
FICAM – Federal ID Problem!!!