Can attribute provision transform local government services?

We recently published the OIX white paper “Can Attribute Provision, Together with Identity Assurance, Transform Local Government Services?” written by Rob Laurence, Innovate Identity and Ian Litton, Warwickshire County Council. This white paper presents the findings of the discovery project that involved the UK Cabinet Office, Warwickshire County Council, Mydex and Verizon. Read the White […]

OIX Welcomes New Members – KPMG, Adobe, Callsign, ComSignTrust, Escher Group, iSignthis, Lumenous, v-auth and T-Mobile USA

San Ramon, Calif., November 13, 2014 ‑ The Open Identity Exchange today announced that Adobe, Callsign, ComSignTrust, Escher Group, iSignthis, Lumenous, v-auth and T-Mobile have joined the organization, and KPMG has joined at the Executive Board level. By joining the OIX, these distinguished companies are validating and demonstrating their support for OIX as an identity […]

The Name is the Thing: “The ARPU of Identity”   Recently updated !

The name is the thing. The name of this Open Identity Exchange White Paper, the “ARPU of Identity”, is deliberate. ARPU, Average Revenue Per User, is one metric telcos use to measure success. By deliberately using a traditional lens that telcos use, this paper puts emerging Internet identity markets into a pragmatic perspective. The focus […]

Crossing the Chasm of Consumer Consent   Recently updated !

This week Open Identity Exchange publishes a white paper on the “ARPU of Identity”. The focus of the white paper is on how MNOs and telecommunications companies can monetize identity markets and thereby improve their average revenue per user, or ARPU. Its author and highly regarded data scientist, Scott Rice, makes a point that caught […]

Crossing the Chasm In Mobile Identity: OpenID Foundation’s Mobile Profile Working Group   Recently updated !

Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) worldwide are in various stages of “crossing the chasm” in the Internet identity markets. As Geoffrey A. Moore noted in his seminal work, the most difficult step is making the transition between early adopters and pragmatists. The chasm crossing Moore refers to points to the bandwagon effect and the role standards […]