Economics of Identity Workshops Off to a Successful Start

By all accounts our Economics of Identity series of workshops are off to a successful start. We kicked the series off in London where standing room only attendees “voted with their feet” by staying attentive to the end and where we generated more buzz than bloviation. 150+ attendees from private sector took to their seats […]

A Keeper of the Keys

I blogged about a new OIX White Paper we’ve just published, “Exploring the Role of Mobile Identity Assurance”, by Nick Foggin. The paper summarizes the outcomes from the UK’s first mobile network operator alpha trial. Nick’s experience in publishing an OIX White Paper reflected the value of an objective expert’s assessment and an insider’s view […]

Exploring the Role of Mobile in Digital Identity Assurance

You have likely heard me preach about the value of OIX White Papers at an event or via my blogs in the past. OIX White Papers are more “ silver buckshot” than “silver bullets” in that they are always pragmatic, objective and take one of two perspectives: a retrospective report on the outcome of a […]

The Economics of Identity

Those of us working on Internet identity issues have lots of conferences to attend when it comes to technology and privacy. Less attention has been paid to how to make money, how value is created, and how business models and monetization works across sectors. Meanwhile governments and companies are reorganizing to better address Internet identity […]