Welcome to the OIX library, our comprehensive repository of knowledge on identity trust. Here you will find:
White Papers that focus on issues and opportunities in emerging identity trust and that drive identity market adoption. OIX white papers are driven by the needs of the members but the goal of each white paper is that they stand on their own to deliver value to the identity ecosystem as whole. White papers are often aligned to specific areas of the trust framework, and these can be found connected to the relevant part of the OIX Guide to Trust Frameworks. OIX White Papers are always pragmatic, transparent and take one of two perspectives: a retrospective report on the outcome of a given project or pilot or a prospective discussion on a current issue or opportunity. OIX White Papers are intended as summaries for a general business audience. Many white papers also have an accompanying Executive Summary to allow readers to get a sense of the topic and the observations or recommendations made through a ‘quick read’.
Guides that focus on how to address a particular aspect of trust, or how to address interoperability of that aspect of trust within or between trust frameworks. Guides are more definitive than white papers, focusing on global best practise approaches to particular topics with the aim of achieving common approaches across trust frameworks and interoperability of trust. Guides are aimed at those who are implementing or operating trust frameworks, those that need to understand how aspects of trust work in order to satisfy themselves they can rely on trust provided by a third party. They also help those who are determining how interoperation across trust frameworks can be achieved. Guides to specific areas of the trust framework can be found connected to the that part of the OIX Guide to Trust Framework.
Case Studies exploring how a particular problem was solved using innovative trust solutions.
Event Materials from previous OIX events. Presentations and Videos are stored on the library to allow attendees to access the materials and insights shared, and to allow those who could not attend to catch up on anything they might have missed.
Non-members will be asked for their contact details when accessing artefacts in the OIX library. Logged on OIX members can access artefacts directly. Some artefacts are only accessible by OIX Members.
Expectations regarding liability in the digital identity ecosystem can
often be mismatched, creating a gap, with imposing liability sometimes
seen as the solution to risk.
This paper seeks to close this gap by examining who is active in the
digital identity ecosystem, their key li
Date last updated: 21 May 2020
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) have recently released draft
digital identity guidance for consultation. Here Innovate Identity
looks at the main themese emerging from the guidance, and how this
might impact on the UK digital identity ecosystem.
Date last updated: 01 Apr 2020
View the recording of the regular, quarterly run workshop here.
Date last updated: 31 Mar 2020
In almost every conceivable market, there is an authority or oversight
organisation that is responsible for ensuring order and fairness
across the market participants. The need is driven by factors such as
building confidence and trust in the marketplace, protecting
participants and, in many ca
Date last updated: 01 Mar 2020
In an era governed by digital transactions and data, our methods for
managing digital identities, security, and privacy are proving
inadequate. At the same time, consumers are looking
Date last updated: 12 Nov 2019
In this OIX Whitepaper, we argue that giving a Claimant the ability to
provide Events as evidence to support their claim to hold certain
Attributes has the potential to transform the economics of data
assurance, combat fraud and improve access to services.
The basic concept of an
Date last updated: 01 Nov 2019
A critical element in any functioning ecosystem is trust – whether
that be the trust that needs to be established between multiple
organisations in order for them to send, receive and
Date last updated: 04 Oct 2019
The Scottish Government Digital Identity Scotland Programme Board has
the remit to deliver:
Date last updated: 23 Jul 2019
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 howe
Date last updated: 06 Jun 2019
The objective of this project was to identify the degree of
interoperability between the Government’s Good Practice Guide 45:
Identity Proofing and Verification of an Individual (GPG45
Date last updated: 23 May 2019
Please read OIX Member, Innovate Identity’s:
Date last updated: 14 May 2019
Please read OIX Member, Ubisecure’s Whitepaper entitled:
Date last updated: 11 Apr 2019
The objective of this project is to illustrate how a verified digital
identity can be used to improve the current sometimes cumbersome,
paper based, time consuming processes that EU ci
Date last updated: 01 Mar 2019
Federated identity is a powerful mechanism for increasing customer
convenience, enhancing organisational efficiency and transforming the
way online services are delivered.
Date last updated: 23 Nov 2018
This OIX White Paper, in partnership with tScheme, explores the
features of two different certification regimes in the context of Open
Banking and GOV.UK Verify. Open Banking has adopted a self assessment
approach whilst GOV.UK Verify has pr
Date last updated: 07 Nov 2018