We're delighted to invite you to attend the launch of the New OIX Guide to Trust Frameworks. If you haven't already done so, please register your place to attend today.
When: Wednesday 15th July 2020
Where: Zoom’ Webinar – this online meeting will be opened up at 13.50
OIX has created a comprehensive, user centric, technology agnostic guide to trust framework contents, roles, governance and interoperability.
The guide covers achieving trust for both a users identity and for eligibility information.
This high level guide will be available as a document and also as a web-guide on the new OIX website.
Behind this guide will be more detailed guides on how the contents of the framework can be defined, with a particular view on designing-in interoperability, both within and between trust frameworks. OIX is working on detailed guides to: Principles, Trustmarks, ID Proofing and Authentication, Fraud Controls and Technical interoperability through a number of working groups that will complete these guides over the next few months.
Existing papers, such as ‘How to Approach Liability’ and ‘Blueprint for National and International Oversight of the Digital Identity Market’ will be linked into the web version of the guide at the relevant section to allow the reader to drill down into the detail of how trust and interoperability can be achieved.
These guides will help:
- Designers and implementors of Trust Frameworks consider what should be implemented to ensure user centric services and to achieve interpretability.
- Relying Parties who want to access trusted identity and eligibility information understand why they can trust services that are aligned with, or certified to, trust frameworks.
- Regulators and other stakeholders understand the need for a Trust Framework, and what it should contain.
Please join us for the online launch event at 14:00 on July 15th 2020
Please REGISTER IN ADVANCE HERE to attend this webinar event.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about how to join the meeting.
Best regards, Nick
Chair and Chief Executive
Open Identity Exchange
Please note the above description & timings are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change.