The Attribute Exchange summit held November 9 and 10 in Washington DC was a rousing success with over 150 attendees from all aspects of the Internet identity ecosystem which is quickly evolving with many new and established companies playing many different roles.
This summit focused on the roles of attribute providers, identity providers, and relying parties in providing verified claims about users such as name, street address, phone number, and more. Sessions covered how identity providers can give users control over the release of the information to the relying party websites that users visit and the emerging economic models.
A set of lively panel discussions covered Commercial, International, US Federal Government and Legal/Policy perspectives. Advanced sessions covered method used to authenticate users whether it is via a password, one-time-code, mobile phone, or other techniques.
Everyone enjoyed extensive networking time during the wine and cheese social, lunches and breaks. Stay tuned for exiting news on our plans for 2012 events coming soon!
|08:00 - 09:00||Registration and Continental Beakfast|
|09:00 - 09:15||Introduction and Goals for Today - Don Thibeau, President, OIX|
|09:15 - 10:00||"Connecting you to your Digital Identity", Andrew Nash, Director of Products, Internet Identity, Google|
|10:00 - 10:45||"Internet Identity Across Levels of Assurance", Paul Donfried, CTO - IAM, Verizon|
|10:45 - 11:00||Break/Beverage|
|11:00 - 11:45||Strong Authentication - The LMNOP Identity Ecosystem, Eric Sachs, Sr. Product Manager, Google|
|11:45 - 1:00||Networking Lunch|
|01:00 - 01:45||Commercial Perspective - A Panel Discussion of Trust Elevation in the Public and Private Sector and roadmap to assurance, Co Chaired by Abbie Barbir, Vice President Bank of America, Farhang Kassaei, Chief Architect, Managed Marketplaces, eBay, Inc., and Don Thibeau of OIX and OpenID Foundation|
|01:45 - 02:30||Jeremy Grant, Senior Executive Advisor for Identity Management, NIST, will chair a panel of experts discuss the US NSTIC program to implement 3rd party digital Identities to access online government services. They will discuss progress the US government is making on implementing an identity management for citizens and implications for projects in other jurisdictions. He will describe the recent OMB memo to utilize 3rd party user centric identities which incorporate privacy and choice|
|02:30 - 02:45||Break/Beverage|
|02:45 - 03:00||
Legal/Policy Perspective - "Doing well by doing good - the value proposition of online privacy and identity assurance" Chaired by Scott David OIX Counsel, Debra Diener, OIX Consultant, Arron Bauer-Rieke, Analyst - Center for Democracy & Technology
International Perspective - A panel of experts on the UK government ID assurance program to implement 3rd party digital Identities to access online government services in the UK. They will discuss progress the UK government is making on implementing an identity management for citizens and implications for projects in other jurisdictions. (Chaired by Mike Ozburn, Booz-Allen, Sandy Porter, Avoco, Jim Purves, Experiant)
|03:30 - 04:15||
Relying Party Feedback, Andrew Nash of Google and Paul Donfried of Verizon, Don Thibeau of OIX
Business Challenges of Strong Authentication, Eric Sachs, Sr. Product Manager of Google
|04:15 - 05:00||Wrap Up and Q&A , Don Thibeau, President, OIX|
|05:00 - 06:30||Wine and Cheese Reception|
|08:00 - 09:00||Registration / Continental Breakfast|
|08:30 - 08:45||Welcome/Overview - Don Thibeau|
|08:45 - 09:30||OpenIDConnect/AccountChooser Overview, Pam Dingle of Ping Identity and Eric Sachs, Sr. Product Manager of Google|
|09:30 - 10:15||User and API flows for Attribute Providers, Charlie Reverte of ID/DataWeb and Eric Sachs, Sr. Product Manager of Google|
|10:15 - 10:30||Break/Beverage|
|10:30 - 11:15||User and API flows for Mobile strong authentication, Eric Sachs, Sr. Product Manager of Google|
|11:15 - 12:00||OIX Pilot Organizational Meeting, Don Thibeau of OIX, Andrew Nash of Google, Paul Donfried of Verizon|
November 9-10, 2011
For more information, contact don [at] openidentityexchange [dot] org (Don Thibeau), OIX Chairman