The OpenID Foundation was the first to leverage OIXnet, registering OpenID certifications of deployment by members, including Google, Microsoft, ForgeRock, Ping Identity, PayPal, and Nomura Research Institute.
In the second phase of the OIXnet Registry rollout, trust framework providers like the SAFE-BioPharma Association and SecureKey will register business legal and technical interoperability requirements at OIXnet.
SAFE-BioPharma™ will register its digital identity and signature standards for its trust framework participants at OIXnet. SAFE-BioPharma provides global high-assurance identity trust for cyber-transactions across the biopharmaceutical and healthcare industries.
SecureKey will register its SecureKey Concierge trust framework in the OIX Registry. SecureKey Concierge is a service that Canadians use to access public sector services in Canada where high assurance is required. Canadian banks, which already have existing strong and trusted relationships with Canadians, are the trust anchors for the service; banks are ideally situated to establish trust for consumers online with government organizations.
The OIXnet Registry and the OpenID Connect test suite will be hosted by Symantec to ensure the security of the trust framework resources and certifications.
The Open Identity Exchange is rolling out the OIXnet registry in concert with the OpenID Foundation’s OpenID Certification program for OpenID Connect implementations. See the OpenID Foundation’s press release on the certification program launch for more information on this related development.
About The Open Identity Exchange
The Open Identity Exchange (OIX) builds trust in online identity. OIX develops and registers trust frameworks: pre-negotiated sets of business, legal, and technical agreements that provide mutual assurance that online transactions can be trusted. OIX is a neutral, technology agnostic, non-profit trade organization where members from across multi-business sectors can come together to share domain expertise, joint research, and pilot projects to test real world use cases to drive the expansion of existing online services and the adoption of new online solutions. Market leading members include Barclays, CA Technologies, Equifax, Experian, ForgeRock, Google, KPMG, LexisNexis, Microsoft, NRI, PayPal, Ping Identity, Symantec, UK Cabinet Office, Timpson and Verizon.
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