The Zoom meeting will be opened up at 14.50
15.00 – 15.05 Welcome & Introduction - Nick Mothershaw, OIX Chair & CEO
15.05 – 15.30 ID Assurance - Kristina Yasuda, OIDF / Distributed Identity Foundation
15.30 – 15.55 Trust over IP - Drummond Reed, ToIP Steering Committee Member and Co-Chair, Governance Stack Working Group.
15.55 – 16.10 Self Sovereign Identity: Data Owner Perspectives - Thomas Behe, Octopus
16.10 – 16.25 Overview of the ‘OIX Interoperability Methodology Guide’ - Ewan Willars & Rob Laurence, Innovate Identity
16.25 – 16.35 Making Digital Identity a Success in the UK - Nick Mothershaw, OIX Chair & CEO
16.35 – 16.50 OIX Strategy, Directory & Current Working Groups Update - Nick Mothershaw, OIX CEO
Attendance at this meeting is subject to the OIX Procedures and Policies handbook (the Handbook), a copy of which is available on request. If you have any questions on the contents of the Handbook, please raise these with the meeting chair before attending the meeting.
Intellectual Property – By making a contribution to this meeting, including through discussions or documents that you provide, you allow OIX to use that contribution. Further details can be found in the OIX IPR Policy in the Handbook.
Confidentiality – Items on this agenda and their associated discussions at the meeting may be of a sensitive nature. We therefore request that you protect any proprietary or confidential information that is discussed at the meeting. You should not disclose any information at the meeting which is confidential to you, or which is otherwise subject to any to regulation, limitation or restriction on handling or use (whether by law or contract).
Competition law– You should not do or say anything which is not compliant with competition law (for example, do not discuss your pricing or cost base, or business strategy). You are required to comply with all such laws and be conscious that your competitors may be in the same meetings as you. If you are unclear on what this means we encourage you to confer with competition lawyers and your related business policies. Further details can be found in the General Requirements section of the Handbook.
Conduct – You are expected to behave in accordance with the OIX Code of Professional Conduct set out in the Handbook. If you have any concerns about conduct at an OIX meeting, please report this to the chair at that meeting or one of the OIX executive team.