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Comment from OIX Chair – Nick Mothershaw

Computer Weekly recently referred to OIX in its article commenting on potential changes within the governments Verify program. It seems timely to provide an update on what OIX is currently focussing on. OIX will be responding to the governments consultation on Digital Identity. We stand ready to advise and help government to rapidly create an open [...]

Digital Identity Provision in Scotland

The Scottish Government is seeking to develop a common approach to digital identity, that will enable individuals to access the public services in Scotland that they need to. This however is a complex and multi-faceted problem. Both individuals and relying parties have a wide range of needs. Finding an approach that works for everyone will be [...]

OIX applauds the announcements made by the Minister for Implementation @ Identity Week 2019

The Open Identity Exchange (OIX) applauds the announcements that the Minister for Implementation, Oliver Dowden MP, made at last week’s Identity Week 2019 conference regarding the UK government’s continued commitment to digital identity. The establishment of a dedicated and specialised Digital Identity Unit to drive the use of digital identities across government and within the private [...]

Economics of Identity: The Road to 2020

Following Up: Further information regarding the Proposed Working Groups Following the Economics of Identity Conference in collaboration with techUK, four working groups are now in the process of being set up: (1)     Interoperability and standards (including biometrics) One of the major challenges is aligning with global standards and making the identity ecosystem widely interoperable. Interoperability: although eIDAS came into force a [...]