- Trust Framework: Principles, Governance and Trustmark – Nick Mothershaw
- ID Proofing and Verification – Innovate Identity (Rob Laurence/ Ewan Willars)
- Architecture Interoperability – Ankur Banerjee, IDWorks.
- Fraud Controls – TBC
- What can OIX do for you and / or your organisation that you cannot achieve on your own?
- Which organisations and influencers need to have a better understanding of the benefits of digital identities? Do you think OIX has a role providing this better understanding?
- Should OIX have an operational role to play in the UK digital identity marketplace? And if so, what would this be?
- If you could change just one thing to get the federated digital marketplace moving, what would it be?
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